“Being a part of those developing areas is really exciting.” View this article at Variety.Australian actress Emma Hamilton is set to star in Fatal Beauty, a Mar Vista Entertainment indie feature written and directed by Joel Soisson.
Houston King and Burn Later Productions’ Sam Slater produced.
“We are very excited to be partnering with Andrew Bujalski and Houston King on Support The Girls,” said Scott Bedno, senior vice-president of distribution and acquisitions. In addition to being hilarious, it features five strong female voices led by the super talented Regina Hall.” Bedno negotiated the deal with ICM Partners on behalf of the filmmakers. Chang counsels production, sales, distribution and post-production companies.
“Adding Arbury, a non-attorney executive as Director of TV and Episodic Content, is an unusual move for an entertainment law firm,” said Firm Founder and Managing Partner Elsa Ramo.
“As a firm, we are nimble enough to embrace opportunities that distinguish us from our competition and that provide the resources our clients seek which has been a foundation of our approach to servicing clients in the film and TV space with our growing Packaging and Sales department.” Arbury, who received an B. in Media Production from Florida State University, started his career as a production assistant on several series including ABC’s “Boston Legal” and CBS’s “Ghost Whisperer” prior to becoming the Director of Development at Canvas Media Studios and Captivate Entertainment.
Wiles is repped by LINK Entertainment and Chavis is with Randy James Management and Eris Talent Agency. Sundance London (May 31 – June 3), the Sundance Film Festival’s London spinoff, will present 12 movies from this year’s Park City festival including Jennifer Fox’s The Tale and Debra Granik’s Winer’s Bone follow-up Leave No Trace.