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“Hosea” Now Filming in Oklahoma

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Hosea Productions, in association with Small Group Films and the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), is pleased to announce the start of production in Oklahoma City for the feature film “Hosea”.

“Hosea” is a drama written and directed by Ryan Daniel Dobson (“The Romantics”) and produced by Suzanne Watson (“The Office”) and Avril Z. Speaks (“Jinn”). The film stars Camille Rowe (“Rock’n Roll”), Avi Nash (“The Walking Dead”), Josh Pence (“La La Land”), Patrick Cavanaugh (“Mad Men”) and Oklahoma’s very own Tim Fall (“Salem”).

The film, which is utilizing the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program administered by OF+MO, has begun principal photography in Oklahoma City. Additional photography is scheduled to occur in the surrounding region with the production scheduled to conclude filming in March.

“Ever since moving to Oklahoma for college, I have been entranced by the raw beauty of this state. From the dark red clay to the enormous cumulus clouds, there is a sense of visual drama here that would excite any filmmaker,” said Writer/Director Ryan Daniel Dobson. “The initial inspiration for this film came to me as part of my theological studies at Southern Nazarene University and while teaching at Casady School, so it seemed only right to film the movie where the idea was born!”

“Hosea” tells the story of a young call girl who is given the opportunity to lead a different kind of life when she discovers that her childhood sweetheart has moved back to town. But their relationship is put to the test in the face of substance abuse, mental illness and the messiness of true love. In the midst of that darkness, she must fight to gain a sense of self-worth and acceptance by believing there is good inside of her.

Producer Suzanne Watson also has strong ties to Oklahoma, having been raised in Tulsa. “When I was a little girl growing up in Oklahoma, I dreamed of moving to Hollywood to make movies,” said Watson. “It’s been fun to see my life come full circle and be able to bring this very special production back to my home state to be filmed! The opportunity of filming ‘Hosea’ in Oklahoma City would not have been possible without the support of OF+MO and the incredibly hardworking crew base Oklahoma provides.”

“There is value in Oklahoma natives and expatriates returning home to create and invest in both our state’s indigenous film industry and overall economy,” said OF+MO Director Tava Maloy Sofsky. “Ryan and Suzanne’s decision to bring their film ‘home’ speaks volumes to the effectiveness of the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program as it provides more job opportunities for our local film industry members and continues the growth of our infrastructure.”


Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Fox Searchlight Pictures Presidents Steve Gilula and Nancy Utley announced today that Martin McDonagh’s Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe-winning Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, financed by Fox Searchlight Pictures and Film4, crossed $100 million in worldwide gross on Monday, February 12, 2018. The film has amassed over $45 million in U.S. box office since it began its platform release November 10, 2017, with a widest release of 1726 theaters across the country on February 2, 2018. Nominated for 7 Academy Awards including Best Picture and 9 BAFTA Awards including Best Film, Three Billboards is currently the 12th highest-grossing domestic release in Fox Searchlight history. As of next week, Three Billboards is expected to become the studio’s 10th highest-grossing domestic release.

Released on January 12, 2018 in the United Kingdom, Three Billboards has already collected over $14 million in receipts there, and has added robust returns from Australia of nearly $7 million and Spain, where the film has passed $5 million. Globally, Three Billboards has passed the worldwide total for Academy Award-winning Best Picture Birdman ($103 million).

After its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival last fall,Three Billboards has received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Actress (Frances McDormand), Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson), Best Original Screenplay (Martin McDonagh), Best Original Score and Best Editing. Other major accolades garnered include Best Ensemble, Best Actress (Frances McDormand) and Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell) from The Screen Actors’ Guild and Best Ensemble, Best Actress (Frances McDormand), and Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell) from the Broadcast Film Critics. In January, the film won Best Picture, Best Actress (Frances McDormand), Best Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell) and Best Screenplay (Martin McDonagh) at the Golden Globe Awards. The film has won seven audience awards including Toronto’s Grolsch People’s Choice Award. It recently won Best Film from the London Film Critics Circle.

“Three Billboards has been embraced by audiences around the world and its universal themes, well-served by exceptional filmmaking and performances, have furthered dialogue on important issues,” said Utley and Gilula.

Daniel Battsek, Director of Film4 said, “Martin has crafted a unique universe of emotions, issues, comedy and drama and inspired career-high performances from his talented cast. Crossing this box office milestone shows how the film has captured the zeitgeist across the globe.”

McDonagh is currently receiving rave reviews for the sold-out run of Hangmen at Atlantic Theater Company in Manhattan. His acclaimed stage work has received four Tony Award nominations and three Olivier Awards. McDonagh won an Academy Award in 2005 for his Live Action Sh


Thursday, February 15th, 2018

FlexyMovies has picked up from Sky Italia the international rights to its original production THE DISUNITED STATES OF AMERICA, winner of best social-issue documentary and best cinematography awards at Atlanta Docufest, and will be handling sales starting at EFM in Berlin.

“World-renowned director, Luis Prieto has a knack for commercially viable films that are at the same time socially relevant, with powerful messages that speak to the global marketplace.” Said Alessandro Masi, Film & TV Business Strategist at Los Angeles based FlexyMovies. “We’re thrilled to be working with such a talented team and to be able to screen the film for buyers in Berlin.”

Prieto’s recent’s films include KIDNAP starring Halle Berry, which took in more than $30M US at the Box Office.
THE DISUNITED STATES OF AMERICA is an insight into the lives and minds of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supporters, a portrait of their fears and beliefs in the months leading up to the unparalleled 2016 election.
“In this time of increasingly polarized American ideals, THE DISUNITED STATES OF AMERICA follows the most important voice of the 2016 Presidential election – the American people themselves, in their own words. The most important thing we can do is listen to each other, to humanize instead of demonizing those people who we disagree with. We hope this film helps start that dialogue and show that we’re not really as far apart as we think we are” says producer J.M. Logan (‘Kidnap’, ‘The Circle’, ‘Apocalypto’).

Produced by Radical Productions in collaboration with Indiana Production Company, this cinematic documentary runs for 87 minutes taken from more than 400 hours of footage by four crews across the United States, a country – according to the filmmakers’ vision – unified by core values of freedom and democracy but also divided on principle mostly by misunderstandings and lack of communication.


Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Focus Features has announced Wim Wender’s Pope Francis – A Man of His Word will open domestically in the U.S. on May 18, 2018. The film’s U.S. release announcement today coincides with Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent for Christians around the world. Universal Pictures International will distribute internationally. Written and directed by three-time Academy Award® nominee Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, Pina, The Salt of the Earth), the documentary is a rare co-production with the Vatican, featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and the Pope addressing his audience directly, answering the world’s questions on life, death, social justice, immigration, ecology, wealth inequality, materialism and the role of the family.

Pope Francis – A Man of His Word is intended to be a personal journey with Pope Francis, rather than a biographical documentary about him. The pope’s ideas and his message are central to this documentary, which sets out to present his work of reform and his answers to today’s global questions.

The film’s direct-to-camera visual and narrative concepts engage the audience face-to-face with the pope, creating a dialogue between him and, literally, the world. Taking questions from people of all walks of life, Pope Francis responds to farmers and workers, refugees, children and the elderly, prison inmates, and those who live in favelas and migrant camps. All of these voices and faces are a cross section of humanity that join in a conversation with Pope Francis.

While this “symphony of questions” provides the backbone for the film, it also shows the pope on his many journeys around the world, with footage of him speaking at the United Nations, addressing the Congress of the United States, mourning with those gathered at Ground Zero and at Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem. He speaks to prisoners in correctional facilities and to refugees in Mediterranean camps. We see him travel to the Holy Land (Palestine and Israel) as well as to Africa, South America and Asia.

Throughout the film, Pope Francis shares his vision of the Church and his deep concern for the poor, his involvement in environmental issues and social justice, and his call for peace in areas of conflict and between world religions. There is also a presence of Saint Francis in the film, connecting back to the pope’s namesake, through accounts of legendary moments in the Saint’s own life as a reformer and ecologist.

In an era of deep distrust of politicians and people in power, when lies and corruption and alternative facts are the order of the day, Pope Francis – A Man of His Word shows us a person who lives what he preaches and who has gained the trust of people of all faith traditions and cultures across the world.

Pope Francis – A Man of His Word is produced by Mr. Wenders with Samanta Gandolfi Branca, Alessandro Lo Monaco (The World’s Smallest Army), Andrea Gambetta and David Rosier (The Salt of the Earth). The film is a production of Célestes Images, Centro Televisivo Vaticano, Solares Fondazione delle Arti, PTS Art’s Factory, Neue Road Movies, Fondazione Solares Suisse, and Decia Films.

“Black Panther” to Become First Marvel Studios Film to be Released in the ScreenX Format

Monday, February 12th, 2018

ScreenX, the world’s first multi-projection system that provides a 270-degree panoramic film viewing experience within a theatre setting, announced today that Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” will be featured in the stunning ScreenX format.

“Black Panther” is the first film from Marvel Studios to be converted into ScreenX, and the latest collaboration between The Walt Disney Studios and CJ 4DPLEX. The film will be released in ScreenX on a global scale, with showings in eight different countries. In addition to opening in ScreenX, audiences around the world will also be able to see “Black Panther” in 4DX – another immersive format from CJ 4DPLEX that features motion seats and environmental effects.

“Black Panther” will be available at 101 ScreenX locations on three different continents. It will play in Korea, China, United States, Turkey, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan and Indonesia.

Speaking about the film’s ScreenX release, Dave Hollis, President, Theatrical Distribution, The Walt Disney Studios, said “The immersive world of Wakanda is perfect for the panoramic ScreenX format, and we know from our previous collaborations with the ScreenX team that it will deliver an outstanding moviegoing experience for ‘Black Panther.’ ”

“Each time Disney teams with us to convert one of their films into ScreenX or 4DX, we see a magnificent reaction at the movie theatre. As the first Marvel film in ScreenX, ‘Black Panther’ promises to elicit an amazing reaction from fans by immersing them into the Marvel Cinematic Universe at a new and thrilling level ,” said James Kang, Executive Vice President of ScreenX Division, CGV.


Monday, February 12th, 2018

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to the mystical, LGBT drama PLAY THE DEVIL. Breaking Glass acquired rights to the film in February in a deal negotiated between Breaking Glass CEO Rich Wolff and Bahamian writer/director Maria Govan (Rain) of Play the Devil Pictures Limited. The film will arrive on DVD & VOD on May 15.

Described as a film that evokes a “powerful sense of place” (The Hollywood Reporter) and explores “complex depictions of male relationships” (Shadow and Act), PLAY THE DEVIL stars Petrice Jones (‘Step Up: High Water’, iBoy, Spotless), and newcomers Gareth Jenkins, Akil Nicholas, and Penelope Spencer.

The film held its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and went on to play numerous other festivals, including Woodstock Film Festival where the film won Best Female Feature Director, Cleveland International Film Festival, MiFo LGBT Film Festival Miami, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, and qFLIX Philadelphia where it took home the Jury Award for Best Feature Film.

PLAY THE DEVIL follows Gregory, a gifted working-class teenager from Paramin, who stars in a theater play that brings him to the attention of James, an affluent businessman. The two men strike an uncanny friendship as James takes Greg under his wing, pushing him to discover himself professionally, creatively, and intimately. Confused, Greg must at once deal with the return of his drug addicted father, and navigate through the early days of adulthood. As Carnival Monday approaches and the locals prepare for the annual male initiation parade, Greg must confront James – an act which will cumulate in life changing events for him.

“Govan’s stunning and exotic film, set against the lush and mysterious Carnival, tells the classic story of seduction between older and younger, while retaining a firm footing in the strict taboos of Trinidadian culture”, said Richard Ross, Co-President of Breaking Glass. “This assured second feature deftly navigates a culture steeped in repressed sexual desires, anchored by secrets, lies, and homophobia, that leads to a powerful and inevitable tragic conclusion.”


Monday, February 12th, 2018

It was announced today that an English language remake of Vietnam’s highest grossing horror film of all time “The Housemaid” has been greenlit by CJ Entertainment, Korea’s leading entertainment conglomerate, and Academy Award® winner Geoffrey Fletcher will write the adapted screenplay.

Fletcher won an Academy Award® for Best Adapted Screenplay for “Precious” in 2010, becoming the first African American to receive an Academy Award® for writing. He also wrote the upcoming “Trial By Fire”, based on The New Yorker article by David Grann, with Ed Zwick directing and Laura Dern and Jack O’Connell starring.

“The Housemaid” is a Vietnamese film, written and directed by Derek Nguyen, produced by Timothy Linh Bui, which CJ Entertainment financed and produced. Released in 2016, the film was a massive hit with a story that explores racial and social themes through a period/romance/horror film. The remake will stay true to this concept, taking place in the deep South during the Reconstruction Era.

CJ Entertainment is financing, developing and producing the new English language remake. Producers are Don Handfield (The Founder), through his Motor production banner, Timothy Linh Bui (producer of the original Vietnamese “Housemaid”) via his Happy Canvas production label, CJ Entertainment’s Tae Sung Jeong and Francis Chung. CJ Entertainment’s Mike Im is executive producing along with Derek Nguyen.

Fred Lee, CJ Entertainment’s Los Angeles-based Director of Development, and Jihyun Ok, CJ’s Seoul-based Director of Development, will oversee development of the project.

Geoffrey Fletcher said: “The opportunity to reimagine this compelling story in the context of American history is incredibly exciting. Collaborating with CJ Entertainment and Motor, an international team of talents, is equally thrilling and this unique project speaks to the creative power of diverse voices. Derek Nguyen’s cinematic fable, produced by Timothy Bui, is perfect for Reconstruction Era reinvention, especially today.”

Francis Chung, VP of Global Co-Productions and Head of U.S. Production at ‎CJ Entertainment, said: “One of the main reasons why horror films are performing so well is the polished writing and elevated level of storytelling. Knowing the bar has been set so much higher in this category, we recognize the necessity of allowing an extremely gifted writer like Geoffrey Fletcher take the reins to craft a compelling new version of the story. We’re beyond excited to put the story in Geoffrey’s hands and equally excited to be partnering with Don and Tim to bring this new version to a global audience.”

“Don Handfield said: “When Tim Bui showed me The Housemaid that he shot in Vietnam, it had all the elements of a transcendent horror film: a thrilling story, a mind-blowing twist, and most importantly, a deeper layer of allegory and metaphor that felt so relevant in today’s socio-political climate. I knew it would require a special writer for the US adaptation, and had been wanting to work with my ping pong adversary Geoffrey Fletcher for years. He was the only writer we approached and he responded immediately. Thrilled to be making this film with him, Timothy, and the incredible team at CJ”

Timothy Linh Bui said: “When Derek and I first developed the project for Vietnam, we both felt it naturally lent itself to an adaptation in the US due to similar themes of oppression and resistance that led to both the French Indochina War and the American Civil War. I am inspired that Geoffrey shares in this same vision and I am thrilled to partner with Don and the CJ team on this film.”

Writer of the original film Derek Nguyen said: “When writing the original script for The Housemaid, I became aware of the many parallels between the lives of Vietnamese indentured servants during the French colonial period and African American slaves in the American South. It’s an honor to have a celebrated screenwriter such as Geoffrey Fletcher shed light on the horrors of brutal injustice in a new version that will not only entertain but provoke thought.”

CJ has become aggressive in adapting some of its most popular films for the global marketplace. “The Housemaid” now joins recently announced projects like “The Vanished” and “Hide and Seek” on CJ’s growing slate of English language film adaptions, reinforcing the company’s commitment to building out a strong industry leadership position in the feature production space.

Geoffrey Fletcher is represented by CAA. Derek Nguyen is represented by Andre Des Rochers at Gray Krauss Sandler Des Rochers LLP and Jeffry Melnick at Eighth Square Entertainment

USC Libraries Scripter honors “Call Me by Your Name” and “Handmaid’s Tale”

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

The authors and screenwriters behind the film “Call Me by Your Name,” and the television series “The Handmaid’s Tale” received the 30th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award in the Feb. 10 ceremony at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library.

The Scripter Award recognizes the year’s best cinematic adaptation of the written word, and includes feature film and television adaptations.

In her welcoming remarks, USC Libraries Dean Catherine Quinlan paid tribute to the legacy of the Scripter Awards, “Scripter is celebrating its 30th birthday, and whether it’s your first Scripter or your thirtieth, I am grateful to everyone who has supported this fine, enduring Trojan tradition.”

USC Provost Michael Quick hailed the importance of libraries. “More than places where students have a space to learn and faculty have collections from which to launch their scholarship, libraries are the core for what we stand for in higher education,” he said.

In the television category, the selection committee chose “Offred,” the first episode of the “The Handmaid’s Tale,” written for the screen by creator and executive producer Bruce Miller. The series, streaming on Hulu, is based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood.

Miller acknowledged Doheny Library, which hosted the ceremony. “The Handmaid’s Tale has been very wonderfully and generously feted over the last few months, but there’s something about getting an award in a library that is particularly wonderful.”

The other finalists were the writers behind episodes of “Alias Grace” (distributed by Netflix), “Big Little Lies” (HBO), “Genius” (National Geographic), “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” (HBO), and “Mindhunter” (Netflix).

In the film category, the winners were writer André Aciman, author of “Call Me by Your Name,” and screenwriter-director James Ivory, who adapted Aciman’s work for the screen.

Ivory, a USC alumnus, noted that he had been to Doheny Library before. “I left this building exactly 60 years ago when I graduated from the USC film school and they had the ceremony out in front of the library, and I haven’t been back since — not to this building. It’s amazing to come back,” Ivory said. “I’m glad to be back for an adaptation of a very good book. As you know, I’ve made my career and name through adaptations.”

Due to a three-way tie in the nominating round, seven films were eligible this year. The other finalist films were “The Disaster Artist” (distributed by A24), “Logan” (20th Century Fox), “The Lost City of Z” (Amazon Studios), “Molly’s Game” (STX Entertainment), “Mudbound” (Netflix), and “Wonder Woman” (Warner Bros.).

Earlier in the evening, Quinlan honored USC trustees and longtime USC Libraries supporters Ronald and Valerie Sugar as the 2018 Ex Libris Award winners. In receiving the award, Ronald Sugar said, “The libraries are an essential underpinning of the mission of this university. And as the university grows and evolves to meet a world of social and technological change, so must its libraries. Catherine, you and your team have provided more than a decade of innovative leadership to advance and expand the reach of this precious academic resource.”

Legendary writer-director-producer Francis Ford Coppola received the 2018 Literary Achievement Award. Coppola noted that his films based on earlier written works gave possessive credit to the original author. The 1972 classic “The Godfather,” for example, which Coppola directed and adapted for the screen, was marketed as “Mario Puzo’s ‘The Godfather’” — not “Francis Ford Coppola’s ‘The Godfather.’” “Anyone who’s adapted screenplays,” Coppola explained, “knows the author did the heavy lifting.”

In-kind donors to the event included A24 Films, Amazon Studios, Hulu, Netflix, Picador USA, and Urth Caffé.

Scripter began in 1988, co-founded by USC Libraries board members Glenn Sonnenberg and Marjorie Lord. For more information about Scripter—including additional images from the ceremony—visit


Saturday, February 10th, 2018

GKIDS, the acclaimed producer and distributor of animation for adult and family audiences, announced that it is has acquired the North American distribution rights to SATELLITE GIRL AND MILK COW, from acclaimed Korean[DJ1] director Chang Hyung-yun. Sales agent INDIESTORY represents the title worldwide[DJ2] . SATELLITE GIRL AND MILK COW is available for streaming now via the VRV Select channel on VRV, an audience-focused aggregation platform, and will be followed by a theatrical and home video release this summer.

“I knew from the moment I first saw Satellite Girl and Milk Cow that we had to be involved,” said David Jesteadt, GKIDS’ president. “It is safe to say that you are unlikely to have ever seen anything like this movie before–a truly original, fantasy anime sci-fi rom-com, just bursting with humor and heart. I’m hoping as many people as possible get the opportunity to see this remarkable film.”


An out of commission satellite picks up a lovelorn ballad on her radio antenna and descends to Earth to find the source of such sincere emotions. But on the way she is caught in the crossfire of a raging magical battle and is transformed into Satellite Girl, complete with Astro Boy-like rocket shoes and weapon-firing limbs. Meanwhile, the balladeer in question – a loser 20 something at a café open mic – meets the fate that befalls all broken-hearted lovers: he is turned into a farm animal. But love knows no bounds, and aided by the wise and powerful Merlin – a wizard who has been turned into a roll of toilet paper – our duo must evade the all-consuming incinerator monster, the wily pig witch, and other nefarious adversaries in an attempt to be together. From the brilliant and slightly twisted mind of writer/director Chang Hyung-yun, Satellite Girl and Milk Cow is a heartfelt and wildly entertaining commentary on the possibility for human connection in the crazy, mixed-up, post-modern world we live in.


Saturday, February 10th, 2018

A ten-episode, half-hour female-driven dramedy, starring Elizabeth Olsen is coming to Facebook Watch. Facebook Watch is a video platform where episodic content, community and conversation come together.

Topping off a year of headline-grabbing turns in Wind River, Ingrid Goes West and Marvel’s Avengers franchise, Elizabeth Olsen will star and executive produce the series created and written by Kit Steinkellner (Z: The Beginning of Everything). This marks the first time that Olsen has executive produced a series. James Ponsoldt, who executive produced and directed the pilot for the acclaimed Netflix series Master of None (as well as features like The Spectacular Now and The End of the Tour) is executive producing and directing the pilot and multiple episodes of the series. Award winning writer Lizzy Weiss, creator of the Peabody award winning Switched at Birth, has signed on as showrunner. The series will also be executive produced by Robin Schwartz, Marc Turtletaub and Peter Saraf for Big Beach TV, and Cynthia Pett, Brad Petrigala, and Jon Liebman for Brillstein Entertainment Partners. Big Beach TV, a subsidiary of independent film powerhouse Big Beach, will serve as the studio. Award winning casting director Avy Kaufman (The Night Of, Damages, The Alienist, Life of Pi) has signed on to cast the series. The plot and title are being kept under wraps.

Elizabeth Olsen commented, “I couldn’t be prouder of the group we have brought together for this show. Kit’s story has been near and dear to me for years and I can’t wait to share our dark, funny, and complicated show with the world. “

Writer and creator Kit Steinkellner (Z: The Beginning of Everything) is a nationally-produced and award-winning playwright whose debut graphic novel Quince was published this fall. She is also adapting the memoir Mad About Men for television with Sundial Pictures.

Weiss is the creator and executive producer of the Peabody-award winning drama Switched at Birth, which ran for five seasons and over 100 episodes on Freeform. In addition to the Peabody, the show also won a Television Critics Association (TCA) Award, the Imagen Award, an Alma Award, the American Scene Award, the Hollywood, Health & Society’s Sentinel Award, and the NAD’s Series Breakthrough Award. Weiss has personally won the Gracie Award, honoring programming created by women for women. Weiss also wrote the surf girl hit Blue Crush.

Big Beach TV is currently in production on the Starz series Vida from showrunner Tanya Saracho, whose next project Brujas they are also developing. They have several other shows in development including Gorilla and the Bird with Channing Tatum’s Free Association. On the feature side, Big Beach recently had two world premieres at Sundance 2018: Puzzle and White Fang and the company’s Beachside division will world premiere The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Puzzle sold worldwide rights to to Sony Pictures Classics on the heels of the premiere. TriStar Pictures recently acquired worldwide rights to Big Beach’s You Are My Friend, based on the life of Fred Rogers, to be directed by Marielle Heller and star Tom Hanks as Rogers.

Elizabeth Olsen is represented by Gersh, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and Sloane, Offer, Weber, and Dern. James Ponsoldt is represented by UTA, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein, & Selz. Kit Steinkellner is represented by ICM Partners, Circle of Confusion and Felker, Toczek, Suddleson and Abramson. Lizzy Weiss is represented by UTA.

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