Killer Films, the venerable Gotham-based indie film company run by Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler, has teamed with Moxie Pictures’ Dan Levinson and Robert Fernandez to form KillerMoxie Management. The bicoastal shingle, repping indie-minded filmmakers, actors and recording artists, will be steered by Brian Young. He has left Untitled Entertainment after 11 years and gets the venture started with his entire client list. That includes Todd Haynes, The Runaways director Floria Sigismondi, Gregg Araki, James Foley, Alison Maclean, Sam Jones, Nicholas Jarecki and Independent Spirit Awards nominees Nicholas Fackler and Dana Adam Shapiro.
Killer Films, Moxie Pictures Team On Management Startup
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