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Toronto: Supe Troop Spins Off From Cutting Edge Group

8 September 2016 7:04 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Laura Katz, who has led Cutting Edge Music Services in Los Angeles for two years, is starting Supe Troop as a specialist in music supervision services for film and TV, Variety has learned exclusively.

Music supervisor Chris Piccaro and music coordinator Lauren Weiss have also joined Supe Troop. The new company will work with Cutting Edge projects and other films including “Gemini!” starring Lola Kirke, Zoe Kravitz and John Cho.

Katz provided music services on “The Grey,” “That Awkward Moment,” “Stuck in Love” and “Tallulah.” She has three films screening at the Toronto Film Festival: “Their Finest,” “The Limehouse Golem” and “Message From the King.”

Cutting Edge CEO Philip Moross said, “I’ve always had the philosophy that you need to empower the best talent in order to keep them in your orbit. Laura, Chris, and Lauren have been a vital part of the Cutting Edge family over the past six years, »

- Dave McNary

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Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe’s Comedy ‘Nice Guys’ Gets Investment From Cutting Edge

19 February 2016 10:01 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Music publishing rights specialist Cutting Edge Group and its financial arm, Conduct, have made an investment in the Ryan Gosling-Russell Crowe comedy “The Nice Guys,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Warner Bros. opens “The Nice Guys,” directed by Shane Black, on May 20.

Ceg has also announced new investments in “The Infiltrator,” starring Bryan Cranston and being released theatrically by Broad Green; “Limehouse Golem” from Number 9 Films, toplined by Olivia Cooke and Douglas Booth; and “In Their Finest Hour and a Half,” Lone Scherfig’s WWII comedy with Sam Claflin, Gemma Arterton, Jack Huston and Bill Nighy.

Seven-year-old Ceg has invested in “Carol,” “Sicario,” “Whiplash,” “Fury,” “The King’s Speech,” “Drive,” “Looper” and “End of Watch” in exchange for music publishing rights. It handles scoring, clearances and music supervision in films, then recoups from soundtrack and sheet-music sales; licensing and royalties from international ticket sales and TV deals; and rights in TV commercials. »

- Dave McNary

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