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Below-the-Line Bookings, Signings and News

Sandra Marsh & Associates has booked cinematographers Sean Bobbitt (“12 Years a Slave,” pictured) on Mira Nair’s “Queen of Katwe” and Barry Ackroyd (“Captain Phillips”) on Adam McKay’s “The Big Short”; production designer James Merifield (“Mortdecai”) on HBO pilot “Virtuoso”; and costume designer Marina Draghici (“Elementary”) on Fox TV pilot “Minority Report.”

The Criterion Group has placed costume designer Kathryn Langston Orindgreff (“24”) on Akiva Goldsman’s “Stephanie.”

APA has booked producer Peter Lhotka (“Level Up”), UPM Bonnie Benwick (“Cedar Cove:”) and costume designer Jenni Gullett (“Almost Human”) on CW pilot “Tales From the Darkside”; and UPM Gian Paolo Varani (“Walking on Sunshine”) on Netflix series “Marco Polo.”

Gersh has booked cinematographers Philippe Rousselot (“Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”) on David Yates’ “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and J. Michael Muro (“Southland”) on Bill Purple’s “The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.”

In other news, longtime below-the-line agent Jonathan Silverman, founder of the Endeavor/WME production department and co-founder of Paradigm’s production department, along with below-the-line agent Dana Salston, a former agent at Sheldon Prosnit and voiceover agent at Endeavor, have joined forces to launch in.trin.sic, a production agency.

The new boutique’s roster includes approximately 70 clients, including cinematographers, line producers, editors, production designers, costume designers, vfx supervisors and directors. The agency recently signed production designer Rodney Becker (“Boyhood”) and editor Skip Macdonald (“Breaking Bad”).

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