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Gersh Agency bookings: d.p.’s Caleb Deschanel on William Friedkin’s “Killer Joe,” Alwin Kuchler on Joseph Kosinski’s “Oblivion,” Tom Ackerman on Mike Mitchell’s “Alvin and the Chipmunks 3D: Chipwrecked,” Scott Kevan on Mans Marlind & Bjorn Stein’s “Underworld 4: New Dawn,” Gary Capo on McG’s “This Means War,” Mitch Amundsen on Brad Bird’s “Mission: Impossible 4” and Peter Lyons Collister on Marc Webb’s “Spider-Man 4.”

Gersh also booked stunt/2nd unit director Vic Armstrong on “Spider-Man 4”: production designers John Willett on Joe Caranahan’s “The Grey” and Jade Healy on Frankie Latina’s “Skinny Dip”; and costume designers Susan Matheson on Daniel Espinosa’s “Safe House,” Peggy Schnitzer on “Killer Joe” and Tom Broecker on Todd Graff’s “Joyful Noise.”

Gersh TV bookings include: d.p.’s Francis Kenny on FX’s “Justified,” Sharone Meir on Lifetime pilot “Against the Wall,” Jimmy Lindsey on HBO pilot “Documental” and Ed Pei on NBC’s “Love Bites”; production designers Franco De Cotiis on SyFy’s “Warehouse 13” and Bill Groom on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire”; and costume designers Stacey Battat on HBO’s untitled Lena Dunham project and John Dunn on “Boardwalk Empire.”

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