Isaiah Washington Leaves Caliber Media After 4 Months; Brittany Snow Signs With Magnolia Entertainment

EXCLUSIVE: Isaiah Washington has ditched his management reps at Caliber Media only four months after signing with the firm. Sources say it was a dispute over commission percentages and a variety of projects that … Read More »

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Brillstein’s Chris Contopulos Joins Caliber’s Talent Division

By | Friday July 12, 2013 @ 5:08pm PDT

EXCLUSIVE: Caliber Media has added Chris Contopulos to its talent division as a manager, bringing with him clients Abigail Klein (Transformers 4), Nolan North (Star Trek Into Darkness), Josh Margolin (New Girl), and recording artist Kelsy … Read More »

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Caliber Media & New Artists Alliance To Produce Turf War Pic ‘Chuck Hank & The San Diego Twins’

By | Thursday June 13, 2013 @ 5:35pm PDT

Caliber Media and New Artists Alliance have signed on to help finance and produce Chuck Hank And The San Diego Twins from Coatwolf Productions. Coatwolf, who were behind the 2011 Sundance film Bellflower, initially sought $60,000 via crowdfunding on … Read More »

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Caliber Media Opens NYC Office, Manager Will Rowbotham Joins Company

By | Wednesday April 24, 2013 @ 10:47am PDT

Will Rowbotham has joined Caliber Media as a manager in the company’s new New York office. The former partner and literary manager at Prolific Entertainment is the first hire for Jack Heller and Dallas Sonnier’s east coast location, which … Read More »

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Caliber Media Opens Digital Division, Will Fund 5 Projects This Year

By | Tuesday January 29, 2013 @ 7:15pm PST

Caliber Media Digital MirzaiJack Heller and Dallas Sonnier’s Caliber Media production-management firm has set Evan Mirzai to run their new digital studio, which will finance at least five digital projects this year. Former Gersh lit coordinator and 2012 Black List scribe Mirzai will also serve as manager as he expands content and distribution of features, series, shorts, and music “utilizing Caliber’s in-house camera packages, editing equipment, and relationship with VFX company The Molecule,” kicking off Caliber’s new digital division with Joe Begos’ (Almost Human) horror series Toxin.
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