Artemple-Hollywood has named Karin Levinson as executive vice president, features and television. In her new post, Levinson will be responsible for spearheading new business opportunities for the company with major motion picture studios, television networks, advertising agencies, production companies and themed entertainment. Levinson will also handle all of the marketing and PR efforts on the company’s behalf.
Prior to joining Artemple-Hollywood, Levinson served as EVP, features and television with Gravity (formerly RhinoFX) from 2005–2013. During her tenure, she provided her feature film clients with tax incentives on visual effects and design work produced by Gravity’s offices in New York, L.A. and Stamford, CT. Among the feature film projects Levinson procured for Gravity were Begin Again, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Adjustment Bureau, Tower Heist, The Reader, Salt, The Other Guys, Cop Out, Ghost Town, I Love You, Philip Morris and The Nanny Diaries.
From 2002-2005, Levinson was an executive producer and VFX producer at Black Box Digital, where she was involved with Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Hellboy.
Earlier, as an independent producer, Levinson produced the feature documentary entitled Let Me In, I Hear Laughter (A Salute to the Friars Club) for HBO. Earlier in her career she also worked at both Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks for several years in feature animation and feature production. Levinson began her entertainment industry career working as an apprentice film editor on New Line Cinema‘s hit comedy, The Mask.