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“When it comes to landing media coverage, they prove that effective storytelling is indeed the key to success.”

 — The Huffington Post

“When it comes to landing media coverage, they prove that effective storytelling is indeed the key to success.” — The Huffington Post 

For over 27 years we’ve represented writers and filmmakers, placing clients in Time, Newsweek, 60 Minutes, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, BBC, Filmmaker Magazine, Variety, Publisher’s Weekly, and HuffPo—to name a few.

If you’ve published a novel or finished a film, you need PR: PR is the only type of marketing that offers the credibility of being featured in legitimate outlets. You’re not an ad, a commercial, a sales pitch, or a social media post—you are the news.


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Notes from the Salon: An Industry Blog

Weekly insights, PR best practices, and interviews with the pros.

5 (More) PR Myths

If you’re an author or a filmmaker, you know that PR + marketing is not an option. PR is a necessity. Only PR can reach your target market, establish your brand, and offer you the validation and credibility of being featured not as an ad or a social media post, but as... read more

The Filmmaker’s 5 Main Marketing Myths

You’re a filmmaker, not a marketer or promoter. Right? Wrong! That approach to filmmaking can lead you basically nowhere.  You might end up with a gem of a film, a film that’s important, a film that could succeed – and a film that gets lost. As a novelist,... read more

Bart’s Books: An Interview with Matt Henriksen

Based in Ojai, California, Bart’s Books is a bookstore unto itself. I was first introduced to Ojai by actors who were in my first play, Bang! A Love Story. That’s going back a few years now, and although my wife and I have visited several times since then we somehow... read more