The Most Important PR Questions for Writers & Filmmakers

Quick questions: Why are some authors and filmmakers featured in magazines, newspapers, and on TV, while others seem to remain under the radar?  Why do some careers take off while others falter or flounder? The quality of the artwork; that’s always a good starting...

If You’re an Author – You Need PR!

Whether you’ve signed with a major publishing house, a boutique publisher or have self-published your book, there is one constant… You need to market! Unless you have very deep pockets and want to try the paid advertising, commercial route, your best bet is going to...

An Author’s PR Roadmap

Whether you’ve signed with a major publishing house, a boutique publisher or have self-published your book, there is one constant… You need to market! PR, marketing and promotion are not luxuries for authors, they are necessities. The question authors need to ask is...

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, playwright...

The Indie Filmmaker’s Secret Weapon: PR

If you’ve finished shooting, or have locked your film—congratulations! I know from experience that is not any easy process. It takes, blood, sweat, tears, and persistence—not to mention funding. So, do congratulate yourself, but then do a reality check and realize...

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...

The Art of Fiction in the Time of Trump

Fiction can generally reveal truth more powerfully than fact. And in these times when the definition of what we once knew as facts and truth is melting every bit as fast as glaciers, fiction is perhaps more needed than ever. These are chaotic and unsettling times of...

I’m a Writer, not a Marketer! (You Still Need PR)

"I’m a writer, not a marketer or promoter!" That can be a nice sentiment, but it’s also generally the kiss of death. If you write and don’t want to promote your works, you best team up with someone who will. The fact that successful authors need PR and to market their...
 
 

 

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