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Gersh Agency places clients

Gersh signed production designers Curt Beech (“The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez” and art director on “The Help”) and Jean Vincent Puzos (“10,000 B.C.”); and d.p. Nancy Schreiber (“The Nines”).

Agency booked d.p.’s Don Burgess on Robert Zemeckis’ “Flight, Jim Denault on Jay Roach’s “Dogfight,” Caleb Deschanel on Chris McQuarrie’s “One Shot,” Don McAlpine on P.J. Hogan’s “Mental,” J. Michael Muro on Taylor Hackford’s “Parker” and Doug Emmett on an untitled indie film by Leslye Headland.

Gersh also booked d.p.’s Oliver Bokelberg on ABC’s “Scandal,” Patrick Cady on ABC’s “Body of Proof,” Matt Clark on NBC’s “Up All Night,” Victor Hammer on CBS’ “NCIS: LA,” Teodoro Maniaci on CBS’ “Person of Interest,” Fred Murphy on CBS’ “The Good Wife” and Adam Swica on NBC’s “The Firm.”

Gersh production designer bookings: David Brisbin on Scott Derrickson’s “Found Footage,” Bill Brzeski on Shane Black’s “Iron Man 3,” Rick Carter on Steven Spielberg’s “Office Seekers,” Cynthia Charette on Sarah Siegel Magness’ “Long Time Gone,” Therese DePrez on Chan-Wook Park’s “Stoker,” Sharon Lomofsky on Jake Schreier “Robot and Frank,” Kelly McGehee on Scott McGehee’s “What Maisie Knew,” Jeannine Oppewall on Warren Beatty’s untitled pic for Paramount, J. Michael Riva on Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,” Geoff Wallace on Chris Nelson’s “Gay Dude,” Mark Hutman on Fox’s “Glee” and Lester Cohen on USA pilot “Over/Under.”

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Gersh booked editors Alan Baumgarten on Rueben Fleischer’s “Gangster Squad,” Michael Kahn on Steven Spielberg’s “Office Seekers,” Richard Learoyd on Alex Proyas’ “Paradise Lost,” Alisa Lepselter on Woody Allen’s “Bop Decameron,” Jeff McEvoy on Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein’s “Underworld 4,” Nick Moore on Tarsem Singh’s “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White,” Neil Smith on Rupert Sanders’ “Snow White and the Huntsman,” Troy Takaki on David Bowers’ “Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3,” Tracey Wadmore-Smith on Max Mayer’s “As Cool as I Am,” Lauren Zuckerman on Billy Bob Thornton’s “Jayne Mansfield’s Car,” Amy Duddleston on ABC Family’s “Jane by Design” and Tara Timpone on HBO pilot “Spring/Fall,” directed by Jake Kasdan.

Costume designer bookings by Gersh: Stacey Battat on Scott McGehee’s “What Masie Knew,” Tim Chappel on P.J. Hogan’s “Mental,” Ellen Lutter on Sean Anders and John Morris’ “I Hate Your Dad,” Kurt & Bart on Chan-Wook Park’s “Stoker,” Abby O’Sullivan on Scott Derrickson’s “Found Footage,” Mary Jane Fort on NBC’s “Awake,” Karen Matthews on TNT movie “Deck the Halls” and Jennifer Von Mayrhauser on CBS’s “Unforgettable.”

Gersh booked vfx guru on John Dykstra on Sergei Bodrov’s “The Seventh Son”; and line producers Todd Hallowell on Ron Howard’s “Rush,” Stratton Leopold on Taylor Hackford’s “Parker,” Barrie Osborne on Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby,” George Paaswell on Scott Derrickson’s “Found Footage” and Jonathan Starch on USA pilot “Over/Under.”

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