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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, THE|
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment
Electric City Entertainment
|Producer||Completed||March 29, 2013|
|Producer||Completed||August 29, 2012|
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|RACHEL ZOE PROJECT, THE||Bravo||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2011-2012|
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