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Agencies Book Artisans on ‘Fear the Walking Dead,’ ‘Freak Show’ and ‘Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life’

Eastern Talent has booked production designers Debbie De Villa (“The American Side”) on Jennifer Fox’s “The Tale” and Caroline Foellmer (“The Whistleblower”) on Joshua Leonard’s “Behold My Heart”; costume designer Cameron Dale (“Heart of Dixie”) on ABC Family/Freeform pilot “Famous in Love”; and first a.d.’s Dave Halls (“Bone Tomahawk”) on Paramount Digital Web series “Bajillion Dollar Brokers” and Karen Radzikowski (“United States of Tara”) on Trudie Styler’s “Freak Show.”

The agency has signed production designers Jaymes Hinkle (“When the Game Stands Tall”) and Bryan McBrien (“Toxin”); and costume designer Michael Bevins (“Alpha House”).

Intrinsic has signed editors Joe Klotz (“The Butler”) and Tim Porter (“Game of Thrones,” co-repped with U.K. agency Sara Putt Associates). CEC has booked first a.d. Mike Meador (“The Sisterhood of Night”) on Ernest Dickerson’s “Double Play.”

APA has booked production designer Bernardo Trujillo (“Mind Puppets”) on season 2 of AMC’s “Fear The Walking Dead,” pictured above); costume designer Lorraine Carson (“Cedar Cove”) on Greg Kinnear’s “Phil”; and d.p.’s Tobias Datum (“Doll & Em”) on Bravo pilot “My So Called Wife” and Julio Macat (“Horrible Bosses 2”) on Steve Carr’s “Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life.”

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Post Factory NY, a SIM Group company, has signed Matt Breitenbach as director of digital conform. Post house Formosa Group has signed supervising sound editor, sound designer and re-recording mixer Joe Dzuban (“Crimson Peak”). Technicolor has hired sound re-recording mixers Gregg Rudloff (“The Matrix”) and Joe Barnett (“Hands of Stone”), and supervising sound editors Julian Slater (“Mad Max: Fury Road”) and Dror Mohar (“Lone Survivor”).

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