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WPA signs "Boyhood" and "Parks and Recreation" d.p.'s, "Hot in Cleveland" editor

Gersh has booked cinematographers Caleb Deschanel (“Jack Reacher”) on Denise Di Novi’s “Unforgettable,” and Don Burgess on Robert Zemeckis’ untitled project and Shelly Johnson (“Wild Card”) on USA’s “Falling Water”; production designers Jean-Vincent Puzos (“Hercules”) on James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z,” Jon Hutman (“Unbroken”) on Alex Kurtzman’s “The Mummy” and Sebastian Krawinkel (“Hitman: Agent 47”) on Asger Leth’s “Severance”; vfx supervisor Bill Westenhofer (“Life of Pi”) on Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman”; line producers Barrie Osborne (“The Great Gatsby”) on Rupert Sanders’ “Ghost in the Shell” and George Parra (“Nebraska”) on A&E’s “Roots”; editors Joe Leonard (“Glee”) on season two of Fox’s “Empire,” Stewart Schill (“American Horror Story”) on FX’s “American Crime Story” and Jason Gourson (“Survivor’s Remorse”) on Syfy’s “The Magicians.”

CEC has placed editors Agnes Grandits (“Nurse Jackie”) on season two of Showtime’s “The Affair,” Marnee Meyer (“The Americans”) on Showtime’s “Billions” and David Ray (“Borgia”) on season six of CBS’ “Blue Bloods.”

WPA has booked d.p.’s Simon Duggan (“300: Rise of an Empire”) on Mel Gibson’s “Hacksaw Ridge,” Anthony Hardwick (“Rizzoli & Isles”) on season two of Fox’s “The Last Man on Earth,” Larry Fong (“Now You See Me”) on Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ “Kong: Skull Island,” Antonio Riestra (“Mama”) on Anna Foerster’s “Underworld: Next Generation,” and John Lindley (“St. Vincent”) on Larry Sher’s “Bastards” and Amazon’s “Good Girls’ Revolt.”

Other WPA bookings: producer Justis Green (“The Returned”) on seasons four and five of A&E’s “Bates Motel,” production designer Gary Frutkoff (“Being Mary Jane”) and d.p. Lex Dupont (“The Night Shift”) on NBC’s “Chicago Med,” and editors Angela Catanzaro (“Parenthood”) on Hulu’s “The Way” and John David Buxton (“The Last Ship”) on NBC’s “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago Med.”

WPA has signed d.p.’s Shane F. Kelly (“Boyhood”) and Tom Magill (“Parks and Recreation,” pictured above), and editor Scott Ashby (“Hot in Cleveland”)

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