John Sloss

Co-founder, Cinetic Media

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Successful entertainment lawyer, representing talent that includes filmmaker Todd Haynes, comedian Louis C.K., and a sales agent who sells independent films; executive producer for over thirty-five feature films, and founding member of Cinetic Media, which provides strategic advisory services to select film and related-media companies

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