Public relations, brand management, and social media marketing for authors and filmmakers

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

PR Secrets for Independent Films

I met with an independent filmmaker the other day about his PR needs for his upcoming film. Why is that news? Because he met with me to discuss launching a public relations campaign for his film six months before he will start shooting. We’ve been representing films... read more

Why PR is Crucial for Your Film

Technology and the digital world have caused huge changes to what was once considered business-as-usual in the entertainment world. While the last decade has seen the music and publishing arenas changed forever, the world of film production, distribution, and... read more

James Elden on Keeping Noir Alive in the City of Angels

James Elden is producer, director, actor, and self-publisher of the PL.A.Y Noir series staged annually in North Hollywood by his company, Punk Monkey Productions. James can be seen sporadically on television as reoccurring characters on both CONAN and General Hospital... read more

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