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Bookings and Signings: Agencies Keep Their Clients Busy

WPA has booked cinematographers Brian Pearson (“Into the Storm”) on Steve Quale’s “The Lake,” Stephen Windon (“Furious 7″) on Justin Lin’s “Stark Trek 3,” Gavin Kelly (“TableTop”) on Rob Spera’s “Good Humor”; editors Christian Kinnard (“Community”) on Larry Charles’ “Army of One,” Lauren Connelly (“Blue”) on Alex Brewer’s “The Trust,” Mark Stevens (“Blood Creek”) on Stefan Ruzowitzky’s “Patient Zero” and Jeff Seibenick (“A to Z”) on HBO’s “Vice Principals.”

WPA also has signed cinematographers Colin Watkinson (“Entourage”) and Kenneth Zunder (“The Closer”), editors Luis Colina (“Awkward”) and Jimmy Gadd (“The Mentalist,” pictured), and producer Nicolaas Bertelsen (“The Labyrinth”).

CEC has booked editors David Ray (“Borgia”) on Amazon’s Jean-Pierre Jeunet-directed “Casanova” pilot, Liza D. Espinas (“American Crime”) on NBC’s Phillip Noyce-directed “Warrior” pilot, and Chris A. Peterson (“12 Monkeys”) on season 4 of Cinemax’s “Banshee.” CEC has also booked Adrian Correia (“Redrum”) on Castille Landon’s “Albion: Rise of the Danaan.”

Mirisch Agency has booked line producer Joseph Iberti (“Boardwalk Empire”) on HBO’s “Divorce” pilot; costume designers Marie France (“Low Winter Sun”) on TNT’s “Agent X” and Mary E. McLeod (“Texas Chainsaw 3D”) on Larry Charles’ “Army of One”; production designers Lori Agostino (“How to Get Away with Murder”) on ABC pilot “The Adversaries” and Stuart Wurtzel (“Zero Hour”) on “Divorce”; and editors Lisa Churgin “Priest”) on David Lowery’s “Pete’s Dragon,” James Herbert (“Gangster Squad”) on Guy Ritchie’s “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur,” Martin Nicholson (“Revenge”) on Amazon Studios’ “Hand of God,” Paul Martin Smith (“Journey to the Center of the Earth”) on Babak Najafi’s “London Has Fallen” and Kevin Stitt (“42”) on Colin Trevorrow’s “Jurassic World.”

In the world of commercials, Andy Salter has joined visual effects shop Framestore as senior Flame artist and Justin Leibow is now on the directorial roster of production studio Humble and its sister vfx house Postal.

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