“SALVAGE” DIRECTORS JOSHUA AND JEFFREY CROOK SIGN WITH THE GERSH AGENCY
SALVAGE makes its World Premiere at The 2006 Sundance Film Festival in the Midnight section.
Published Jan 12, 2006
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NEW YORK – Joshua and Jeffrey Crook, directors of the highly anticipated Sundance 2006 thriller SALVAGE, have signed with The Gersh Agency. The announcement was made today by Gersh executives Arianna Bocco and David Kopple.
“We are so pleased to be working with the Crook Brothers who we feel are an amazing emerging talent with the potential for a long, successful commercial career,” said Bocco and Kopple.
“Artistically and professionally, this is a wonderful fit. We’re thrilled to be working with The Gersh Agency and we’re very excited to be making our first trip to the Sundance Film Festival,” said Joshua and Jeffrey Crook.
SALVAGE is an edge-of-your seat spine-tingler that tells story of Claire Parker, a college student who realizes that she is somehow reliving the day of her own grisly murder again and again. On the run from her inevitable death and trapped in a never-ending nightmare, Claire must uncover the terrifying truth behind the mystery that guides her fate. SALVAGE makes its World Premiere at The 2006 Sundance Film Festival in the Midnight section.
Joshua and Jeffrey Crook are managed by Ilana Sparrow and their attorney is Jamie Feldman.
Christopher Pizzo, Head of Independent Film Sales for Washington Square Films, is the sales agent for SALVAGE.