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PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN, Robert Gelbart (violin)

Philip Seymour Hoffman can currently be seen on the big screen in “The Master” directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Previously Hoffman was seen in “The Ides of March,” directed by George Clooney and in “Moneyball” with Brad Pitt, directed by Bennett Miller. Hoffman made his feature directorial debut with “Jack Goes Boating,” which was produced by Cooper’s Town Productions and based on the play of the same name. Other recent film credits include “Pirate Radio,” “Synecdoche, NY,” “Doubt,” “The Savages,” “Charlie Wilson’s War,” and “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.” It was Hoffman’s performance in “Capote,” also directed by Bennett Miller and produced through his company, Cooper’s Town Productions, for which he earned an Academy Award.


CATHERINE KEENER, Juliette Gelbart (viola)

An accomplished actress at once vibrantly potent and firmly grounded in her roles, Catherine Keener continues to be a dominant force on screen. Most recently, she has been set in the “Untitled Nicole Holofcener Project” alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini. She is currently filming “Can A Song Save Your Life,” produced by Judd Apatow and starring alongside Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley, Keener also recently completed work on the animated adventure “The Croods,” for Dreamworks Animation, “Captain Phillips” for Sony, directed by Paul Greengrass and co-starring alongside Tom Hanks, David O. Russell’s “Nailed” with Jake Gyllenhaal, “A Late Quartet” with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Christopher Walken, and “Maladies” with James Franco.


CHRISTOPHER WALKEN, Peter Mitchell (cello)

In a career spanning over five decades, iconic Academy Award winner Christopher Walken has his roots firmly planted in the world of theatre, having trained as a dancer in his native New York. After making his feature film debut in Sidney Lumet’s “The Anderson Tapes”, he went on to win an Oscar for his portrayal of a war distraught steel worker in “The Deer Hunter” co-starring Robert De Niro and received a second Oscar nomination for his notable performance as Leonardo DiCaprio’s apologetic father in Steven Speilberg’s “Catch Me If You Can”.


MARK IVANIR, Daniel Lerner (violin)

Mark Ivanir’s first major film role was in Steven Spielberg’s 1993 Oscar winning epic “Schindler’s List”. He rejoined with Spielberg twice, first for a cameo appearance in “Terminal”, then again for his “TinTin”. A pivotal role in Robert De Niro’s 2006 film, “The Good Shephard”, landed Mark a role in Barry Levinson’s “What Just Happened”, this time acting alongside De Niro. Ivanir’s recent work includes four studio features: “Johnny English Reborn” (starring Rowan Atkinson), “Big Miracle” (starring Drew Barrymore, Kristen Bell, John Krassinsky), and 360 (co-starring Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weitz, Ben Foster). He has booked over 40 Guest Star and Guest Lead roles on television shows such as: 24, Touch, CSI NY, Law and Order, Royal Pains, Nikita and many others.


IMOGEN POOTS, Alexandra Gelbart (violin)

Imogen first burst onto the scene in Fox’s 28 WEEKS LATER for director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, which was then followed-up with her starring turn in the critically acclaimed MISS AUSTEN REGRETS for BBC Films. Imogen appeared in WAKING MADISON opposite Elisabeth Shue, Sarah Roemer and Frances Conroy for director Katherine Brooks. She starred in Richard Linklater’s ME AND ORSON WELLES, opposite Zac Efron, followed by Jordan Scott’s film CRACKS, opposite Eva Green and Juno Temple for producers Tony and Ridley Scott. Imogen also had a flashy role in Brian Koppelman and David Levien’s film SOLITARY MAN, opposite Michael Douglas and produced by Steven Soderbergh.



Director/Writer/Producer of A Late Quartet, Yaron Zilberman brings to the screen the story of a world-renowned New York based string quartet whose members struggle to stay together on the eve of their 25th anniversary season. The film stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener, Mark Ivanir, and Imogen Poots. Yaron collaborated with Director of Photography Fred Elmes (Blue Velvet, Ice Storm, Broken Flowers), composer Angelo Badalamenti (Mullholland Drive), editor Yuval Shar (Watermarks) and the dynamic Brentano String Quartet to achieve the artistic vision he aspired for in A Late Quartet.