The Gotham Group represents some of the leading content creators in the industry including Wes Ball (The Maze Runner), Mitch Glazer (Magic City), Aardman Animations, Anthony Tambakis(Warrior), Adam Cozad (Jack Ryan), Thor Freudenthal (Diary of a Wimpy Kid), Dave Eggers (Where The Wild Things Are), Butch Hartman (Fairly Odd Parents), Zack Helm (Mr. Magorium’sWonder Emporium), Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson (Silver Linings Playbook), Will McRobb & Chris Viscardi (Alvin & The Chipmunks), Chase Palmer (Dune), Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen (Toy Story), Nick Santora (Prison Break), Henry Selick(Coraline, Nightmare Before Christmas), Burr Steers (Pride Prejudice and Zombies) Danny Strong (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Empire), Angus Wall and Rock Paper Scissors (The Social Network), among many others.
Gotham Group also represents more source material from publishers and comics companies than any other entity in Hollywood. Publishers rely on Goldsmith-Vein and her team to marry their projects, authors, and illustrators with screenwriters, directors, and studios to transform a literary title into a cinematic offering. Clients include Village Voice Media, Dark Horse Entertainment, Simon & Schuster’s Children’s and Young Adult libraries, Gallery/Scout Books, HarperCollins U.K., Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Bloomsbury/Walker US Children’s libraries, Penguin Young Readers Group, Marshall Cavendish, Abrams and Com.x. In addition, Gotham develops original IP product with such publishers as Diversion, Little, Brown & Company, Sourcebooks and Abrams and serves as co-agent to over 50 individual literary agencies across the globe, creating unprecedented access to upcoming books and graphic novels. Gotham’s library of film rights include multiple New York Times and international bestselling authors as well as National Book Award winners, Newbery, Caldecott, Nebula and World Fantasy Award winners, and non-fiction experts in fields as diverse as forensics, American History and artificial intelligence.