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in Filmmaking
on Apr 13, 2004

If you’re like me and you skim through Variety online each day and then catch up on the pile of print editions every week or so, it was easy to miss the news, buried under the headline “Lit topper books a new gig,” that the Gersh Agency’s veteran NY agent Mike Lubin has, as the pub would say “ankled the tenpercentery.” Lubin’s clients include The Woodsmen director Nicole Kassell, director Alan Taylor, screenwriter (and former Filmmaker managing editor) Mike Jones, and director Rose Troche. At Gersh, Lubin always kept his eye out for emerging new indie film talent so it will be interesting to see where he winds up. The article quotes him cryptically saying, “I will be an agent and I will stay in New York… I left [Gersh] for what I believe was a good reason.” And, oddly, the “new gig” mentioned by the mag’s headline writers wasn’t described in the piece. We’ll keep you informed.

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