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Dattner Dispoto, Sandra Marsh & Assoc., APA, Innovative Artists, Mirisch and Eastern Talent Book Clients on Jobs

Below-the-line agencies place artisans in film and TV productions

Dattner Dispoto has booked d.p.’s Brad Lipson (“The Wedding Ringer”) on season 3 of MTV’s “Finding Carter” and David Moxness (“Graceland”) on Fox’s “Minority Report”; costume designer Caroline Cranstoun (“iZombie”) on Fox’s “Minority Report”; producer Richard Bosner (“Fruitvale Station”) on Chris Kelly’s “Other People”; and editor Tad Dennis (“Parenthood”) on Hulu’s “The Way.” The agency has also placed editor Nancy Novack (“Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies”) on Joan Kron documentary “Take My Nose… Please.”

Sandra Marsh and Associates has booked cinematographers P.J. Dillon (“Vikings”) on HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and production designer Molly Hughes (“Louder than Bombs”) on Rebecca Thomas’ “Looking for Alaska.”

Innovative Artists has booked editor Evan Henke (“The Interview”) on Andrew J. Cohen’s “The House.”

Mirisch Agency has booked editors Roger Barton (“Terminator Genisys”) on Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg’s “Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” Shon Hedges (“Black Sails”) on NBC’s “Heroes: Reborn” and Andrew Marcus (“Begin Again”) on James Schamus’ “Indignation.”

APA booked a trio of artisans on CBS’s “NCIS: New Orleans”: producer Rob Ortiz (“American Ultra”); and editors Debra Weinfeld (“Covert Affairs,” “Graceland”) and Jane Kass (“Hit the Floor,” “Hostages”). The agency has signed producers Doug Jones, formerly exec VP of physical production at Walden Media; Peter Feleman (“True Detective,” pictured above); and line producer Devin Ward (“The Invitation”).

Eastern Talent has booked Costume designers Janie Bryant (“Mad Men”) on NBC’s “Hot & Bothered” and Cameron Dale (“Heart of Dixie”) on ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars.” The agency has also placed d.p.’s Jim Robertson (“The Last Ride”) on NBC’s “Coach” series; costume designer Rebecca Gregg (“Iron Man”) on Robb Cullen and Mark Cullen’s “Going Under”; and editors Gena Bleier (“Magic City”) on Andrew Wagner’s “Breakable You,” Marc Pattavina (“Gossip Girl”) on Fox’s “Lucifer” series, and Suzanne Spangler (“Addicted to Fresno”) on Stephen Gyllenhaal’s “So B. It.”

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