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Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF) (2010 PR campaign)

Doha Film Institute (DFI)

Festival Communication Manager

Manage the International Press Launch and Press Centre for the Festival.

All festival communications were distributed in Arabic and English.

Four hundred entertainment journalists were accredited to cover the second DTFF from 33 international territories.  Over 30 international TV crews attended the opening night ceremony.


“Proceedings kicked off in typically lavish style with a gala premiere of the French-Algerian movie Hors-la-loi (Outside the Law) at Katara, a brand-new, million-square-metre temple to culture, complete with marble open-air amphitheatre, glittering opera house, theatre, cinema, souk, pristine golden beach and numerous Shisha restaurants.”

The Independent (5 November 2010)

StreetDance 3D (2010 intl. theatrical release, press junket, World premiere)

Protagonist Pictures / Vertigo Films

International Film Distributor PR campaign.

Publicity guidance and support was provided to the film’s international distributors’ pre release.

StreetDance 3D has grossed in excess of U$45 million at the worldwide box office from 33 territories.


"Its visually impressive dance scenes and bright tone will suit families keen for a feel-good film."

FilmInk Australia (24 May 2010)


"Dancing in the third dimension - 3D mania has finally reached the dance film."

Kino Bild, Germany (2 June 2010)

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You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (Cannes 2010 selection)

Mediapro

International Press Junket – Media Management.

Over 250 international press interviews were conducted with the film team at the Cannes Film Festival.


"My relationship with death remains the same: I’m strongly against it!”    Woody Allen, film director (You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger press conference, Cannes Film Festival)

The Times Online (17 May 2010)

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Corporate PR campaigns (Cannes Film Market 2008 & 2009)

TIFC-Studio 18

Film Market PR campaigns.

Press coverage for TIFC-Studio 18 was generated in business and trade publications in the lead up to and during film markets.


“The Indian Film Company and Studio 18 will mount a Hindi-language version of The Italian Job. Burmawalla brothers Abbas-Mustan (Race) will helm.”

Variety.com (14 May 2009)


“Breaking the boundaries” - actor, producer Anil Kapoor trade feature

Screen International (15 May 2009)

Junkhearts (2010 film production)

Coded Pictures

Film Unit Publicity.

Talent interviews were secured with entertainment outlets and press correspondents.  Audio visual content was generated for the EPK (talent interviews, behind the scene footage) and production photography was managed and compiled for media purposes.


“U.K. thep Eddie Marsan has joined Tom Sturridge, Romola Garai and newcomer Candese Reid for Tinge Krishnan’s debut feature Junkhearts, currently shooting in London.”

Variety.com (2 June 2010)


“This week 35mm is coming to you from the set of the hard-hitting British drama, Junkhearts”, Mark Dolan, TV presenter

35mm - Sky TV Movie Show (22 June 2010)

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The Twilight Saga: New Moon (Cannes 2009 promotion)

Summit Entertainment

Cannes Media Photo-Call with actor Robert Pattinson.

Over 40 press photographers attended the photo-call on the Majestic Pier in Cannes. Subsequent picture coverage appeared on news pages around the world.


"Robert Pattinson put some bite into the celebrity sightings at the Cannes Film Festival."

The Huffington Post (19 May 2009)

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Road, Movie (Berlin 2010 selection – Generation 14plus section)

TIFC-Sudio 18

International Film Festival PR campaigns (Tokyo, Doha, Berlin).

Over 35 international media interviews were secured for the director and actors in Berlin.  Protocol duties and screening arrangements were organised with the festival’s PR teams.


“The Opening Night Generation 14plus Gala of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival has been confirmed as Road, Movie from writer/director Dev Benegal, presented by The Indian Film Company (TIFC) in association with Studio 18.  The film has already received glowing public receptions in Toronto, Tokyo and Doha before heading to Berlin.”

Bollywood Hungama News (18 January 2010)

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Revolutionary Road (2009 European premiere)

Paramount Pictures International

Coordinate media line engagement for the London film premiere.

A large number of TV news crews, radio stations, diarists and photographers turned out on the night to speak the film’s stars as they arrived in to Leicester Square.


"Leonardo DiCaprio does his best to get through the mountain of fans and autograph hunters gathered outside the famous Odeon cinema."

BBC Newsbeat (19 January 2010)

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EFP Shooting Stars (Berlin Film Festival 2009)

European Film Promotion (EFP)

To elevate Europe’s best young actors in to the media spotlight at the festival.  The objective was to manage press announcements and reinforce the programme’s reputation, and generate media interest around the event, actors and their associated films.

Media opportunities were managed around the three day event that consisted of a photo-shoot, international press conference, media interviews and awards ceremony.


“At just 23, UK star Carey Mulligan is working with Johnny Depp and Michael Mann and was the toast of the Berlin Film Festival.”

The Independent newspaper (13 February 2009)

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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

(2005 international press junket, World premiere)

Walt Disney Motion Pictures

Coordinate the Film PR logistics for approximately 120 international journalists to the press junket venue at Cliveden House in Berkshire.

The fantasy film was releases in over 55 territories, generating an estimated US$749 million at the worldwide box office (imdb.com).


The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe will not only rival Harry Potter at the box office this Christmas, it will catapult its young actors to stardom.”

Daily Mail Online (1 December 2005)

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Channel 4’s Indian Summer (2002 national cultural events)

Channel 4 Television

Generate press interest in the national cultural events to tie in with the Test Match Cricket coverage on Channel 4.

Media coverage helped raise awareness about Channel 4 and test match cricket to thousands of people who attended the event in London’s Regent’s Park and Roundhay Park in Leeds.


“Channel Four couldn’t have cultured a better atmosphere for Indian Summer, its free festival of events tying in with its broadcasters of the England vs. India cricket series.  An Indian sun poured down on the thousands who had come to Regent’s Park, which momentarily shed its genteel image for the rockfest air.  Swarming around the stage and picknicking besides the huge TV screens, the buoyant, hearteningly multicultural and pan generational crowd waited to be entertained by some of the best British-Asian musicians: Badmarsh and Shri with Apache and Nitin Sawhney.”

London Evening Standard – World Music Review (29 July 2002)

Cannes Film Festival / Image.net