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Verve has scooped up two agents from Resolution, the start-up agency from Jeff Berg that shuttered its doors last week.
Motion picture lit agent Abram Nalibotsky and television lit agent Pamela Goldstein have joined the agency and are starting immediately.
Nalibotsky is bringing clients such as Into the Storm director Steven Quale, Diary of a Wimpy Kid helmer Thor Freudenthal, as well as John Pogue, Jon Amiel, Simon Barry, Kathy Greenberg and Emily Cook, Andy Goddard, Laurie Collyer, and Tim Hill to Verve.
Nalibotsky got his start in the mailroom at the Intertalent Agency and moved to UTA and Gersh, where he eventually became head of the motion picture literary department.
Goldstein, who was at WME before Resolution, worked with clients such as writer Josh Golden (Road to Oz) and directors Nadav Schirman (The Green Prince), and David Wnendt, the director of the acclaimed Sundance movie Wetlands).
Goldstein was an assistant at the William Morris Agency and worked in the TV lit department when the company merged with Endeavor to form WME. There she worked in both the motion picture lit department and WME Global, and served as the international coordinator.
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