Without a competent publicist, one who is well-connected with the film media, your film stands little  chance of succeeding. Hiring a publicist who has had no experience handling films will be a waste of money and valuable time. Remember: with the development of excellent low-cost cameras and post-production software, the market is now glutted with indie films all looking for that golden opportunity.

You’ll thus want your publicist to do the following:

* Contact and pitch all the major film critics. Good reviews are like money in the bank.

* Write and send compelling press releases.

* Set up interviews (when possible).

* Reach out… Read More

The Publicist— Key to a Successful Launch

Without a competent publicist, one who is well-connected with the film media, your film stands little  chance of succeeding. Hiring a publicist who has had no experience handling films will be a waste of money and valuable time. Remember: with the development of excellent low-cost cameras and post-production software, the market is now glutted with indie films all looking for that golden opportunity.

You’ll thus want your publicist to do the following:

* Contact and pitch all the major film critics. Good reviews are like money in the bank.

* Write and send compelling press releases.

* Set up interviews (when possible).

* Reach out to organizations and clubs to tout your film.

* Compile and distribute comprehensive and well-organized production notes.

Now the million-dollar question: where do you find such a publicist? One quick and sure answer is to book your film on our Digital 1 Media Services Program. It includes just such a publicist.

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