Two more lit agents from winding down Resolution have found a new home. Abram Nalibotsky and Pamela Goldstein have joined boutique lit agency Verve effective immediately.

nalibotskypamelagoldsteinNalibotsky, who was co-head of the motion picture literary department at Gersh before joining Jeff Berg’s Resolution a year ago, is bringing with him a client list that includes Steven Quale (Final Destination 5), Thor Freudenthal (Diary Of A Wimpy Kid), John Pogue, Jon Amiel (The Borgias), Simon Barry, Kathy Greenberg and Emily Cook, Andy Goddard, Laurie Collyer, and Tim Hill (Alvin And The Chipmunks).

Goldstein worked as a coordinator at WME before joining Resolution as a motion picture lit agent in April 2013.  At Resolution, she represented up-and-coming talent including writer Josh Golden (Road To Oz) and directors Nadav Schirman (The Green Prince) and David Wnendt (Wetlands). Clients following her to Verve are still being determined.

The appointments follow another recent Verve agent hire, Melissa Darman.

Since last Monday’s announcement that Resolution would be folding, lit agent Robert Lazar went to the Shuman Co. and TV lit agent Katie Cates moved to ICM Partners.