- Friday, Oct. 26, 2012
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- LOS ANGELES
Feature filmmaker Gary Ross, who most recently wrote and directed the box office hit The Hunger Games, has come aboard the roster of L.A.-based production company Furlined for spot representation.
Ross made his directorial debut in 1998 with Pleasantville and is known for writing and directing Seabiscuit, which received seven Academy Award� nominations, including Best Picture and Best Screenplay. He also received Academy Award� nominations for Best Original Screenplay for the films Big and Dave.
"The lines between entertainment and advertising continue to blur," said Diane McArter, president of Furlined. "I'm excited to see the aesthetic boundaries Gary will push and the emotional stories he will tell for brands."