ICM Partners announced two additions to its Independent and International Film Department on Monday, with Kristen Konvitz hired as an agent for the division and Oliver Wheeler promoted to the same position.Recent films repped by ICM’s Independent and International Film Division include Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary “I Am Not Your Negro,” Eleanor Coppola’s “Paris Can Wait” to Sony Pictures Classics, and several sales to Amazon including Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” and “Wonder Wheel” and Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” and “Gimme Danger.”
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