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Below the Line Bookings

Artisans land jobs in film, TV and digital media

Sandra Marsh & Assoc. has booked production designers Rick Heinrichs (above left, “Captain America: The First Avenger”) on Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: Episode VIII” and Carol Spier (above right, “Pacific Rim”) on Hulu’s “11/22/63”; and cinematographer George Steel (“The Honorable Woman”) on BBC miniseries “War and Peace.” The agency has also booked production designer Joseph Garrity and costume designer Karyn Wagner, who both worked on “Cake,” on Bruce Beresford’s “Cook.”

APA has booked editors Wyatt Smith (“Into the Woods”) on Scott Derrickson’s “Doctor Strange”; Alan Cody (“Black Sails”) on TNT’s “Lumen” pilot, helmed by Joe Johnston; Alex Marquez (“Savages”) on Netflix’s “Narcos” series, directed by Guillermo Navarro; and Andy Keir (“Crossbones”) on season 1 of WE TV’s “South of Hell,” directed by Eli Roth. The agency has signed costume designer Christopher Lawrence (“Ray Donovan”) and first AD Atilla Salih Yucer (“Rosewater”).

Worldwide Production Agency has placed d.p. Dana Gonazles (“Fargo” season 1) on season 2 of the FX series, producer Erika Hampson (“Two Night Stand”) on Gary Michael Schultz’s “Vincent-N-Roxxy,” and editor Lauren Connelly (“Blue”) on Isaac Rentz’s “One Shot.”

Eastern Talent has booked editor Eric Sears (above center, “Into the Story”) on Michael Carney’s “Same Kind of Different as me.”

Dattner Dispoto has signed production designer Todd Fjelsted (“White Bird in a Blizzard”).

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