We start with an initial meeting in which we learn about the specific goals for your project and understand your core audience.
Then, we can work with you in two ways:
Outreach (grassroots, community engagement, partnerships)
Digital marketing (social media management, newsletters, website)
You can choose either one or both of these options. The combination of both is the most effective approach to a strong engagement campaign.
Don’t wait until your picture is locked to talk with us. We love to work with a project starting as soon as possible, to help build momentum and the foundation for a strong community engagement campaign that will give your film long legs.
We can work with you on a short- or long-term basis, depending on your goals and budget. We also provide consultation at an hourly rate in any of the areas mentioned above. Contact us for more information.
As an example, for Mothers of Bedford director Jen McShane, we created an outreach outline and followed up with an hour-long discussion of the outline and the film itself. She hired us just before the film’s festival launch.
By contrast, we worked with the multi-award-winning film A Sea Change (Niijii Films, 2009) for nearly two years. We began to build awareness of the film and the issue–how climate change is affecting the ocean–eight months before the film’s completion. An awesome opportunity to build partnerships and audience!
We have worked primarily with documentary films on social issues (women’s rights, cultural and spiritual figures), spirituality, and the environment (climate change, oceans).
We also host workshops and webinars on the following topics:
- How to write and implement your outreach outline
- Social media marketing: platforms and actions to engage and grow your followers
For more information about who we are, visit the About page.