Director Hasraf ‘HaZ’ Dulull Signs with 1stAveMachine and The Gotham Group

Director Hasraf ‘HaZ’ Dulull has signed with 1stAveMachine and The Gotham Group for representation in all areas.

Dulull, coming off directing the pilot for Disney’s action comedy miniseries Fast Layne, was also credited as creative consultant on the entire series and directed three additional episodes when he wowed Disney Channel executives with his vision for the eight-part series.

Dulull is known for his breakout sci-fi indie feature film – The Beyond, which was released by Gravitas Ventures, and premiered at #2 on the iTunes charts before trending on Netflix. His second feature film 2036: Origin Unknown, which starred Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) earned a theatrical release in the US.

Dulull began his career as a VFX artist on films such as The Dark Knight and Hellboy 2, as well as shows like America: The Story of the US.

Dulull is also repped by APA and Darren Trattner at Jackoway Austen Tyerman Wertheimer Mandelbaum Morris Bernstein Trattner & Klein, and is the co-founder of production company Haz Film.


About 1stAveMachine:

1stAveMachine is a mixed media production company and storytelling outfit. They create video, digital, narrative and experimental content for Film, TV, print, web, and mobile, all with a unified singular vision. They have won numerous awards since their formation, including Gold, Silver, and Bronze Cannes Lions, AICP, One Show, and ANDY awards, and many others. Their work has been featured across the globe and most recently during the Super Bowl. 1stAveMachine has a strategic partnership with the Gotham Group and a literary management arm headed by Ross Siegel.

About The Gotham Group:

The Gotham Group is a multi-faceted management and production company, representing some of the most creative minds in Hollywood. Goldsmith-Vein and The Gotham Group, cited in Variety’s “10 Producers to Watch” series, have been producers on such hits as The Maze Runner franchise as well as the Netflix 2018 Kodachrome with Jason Sudeikis, Elisabeth Olsen and Ed Harris, which premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. Gotham is currently in production on the film Stargirl for Disney, based on the 2000 novel by Jerry Spinelli and starring Grace VanderWaal; Wendell & Wild at Netflix in collaboration with Jordan Peele and acclaimed director Henry Selick, The Woman in Cabin 10 at CBS films based on the Ruth Ware book and adapted by Hillary Seitz,and Train Man, starring Julia Roberts as the lawyer defending Darius McCollum, the New Yorker who became notorious for driving subway trains illegally. On the television side, Gotham is currently developing Randi Zuckerberg’s New York Times bestselling book Dot Complicated: Untangling Our Wired Livesas a series, among other projects.