Experienced Film & Entertainment Publicist with an extensive history of working in the public relations and communications industry including working at Pryor & Associates on TV campaigns & international TV station relaunches in Warsaw & Zurich; PMK/HBH in 2001, working in both film and talent globally and Fifteen Minutes to guide their independent film division. Jeeves launched Cinematic Red in December 2012 – a full-service public relations company for the independent at heart, where there is a dedicated film focus, as well as divisions guiding talent, digital series and events. In the independent world a more personal touch working on a campaign from start to finish have represented distributors, cinema chains, film festivals, and individual filmmakers & films (launching/running well over 100 film campaigns alone).
Since launching Cinematic Red, we have represented the Slamdance Film Festival, helped launch ArcLight Presents Slamdance Cinema Club, represented ArcLight Cinemas (launching their Santa Monica location, etc.); helped launch the Women in Entertainment Summit; represented RuPaul's DragCon, and currently represent Street Food Cinema and The American Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival; launched “The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story,” from its SXSW world premiere, to theatrical release and YouTube global launch; launched “Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes” with its SXSW world premiere; helped debut visionary group GreenLight Women; and continue to guide powerful documentaries including "Ask No Questions," “Bastards’ Road,” and "The Prison Within" from their award winning festival debuts to global VOD releases; additionally launched the recent theatrical releases of Strike Back Studios "The Dark Divide" starring David Cross, Debra Messing and David Koechner; and Lionsgate’s “Escape The Field,” & “FALL,” and ran the recent Emmy® campaign leading to an Emmy® win for Nena Erb, ACE editor for the HBO award winning show "Insecure." Additionally, having guided award-winning VR experience’s “(Hi)Story of a Painting “The Light in the Shadow” and “Living Distance,” as well as the multisensory augmented reality game “Time Detectives: The Mystery of the Mary Rose.”
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