Los Angeles Public Relations for Film and Actors
A top PR agency will be well-respected within the cultural, arts and entertainment industries and will have worked hard for many years in order to gain that reputation. Here at Lobeline we are proud to say that we are not only one of the top Public Relations agencies – but respected by the media and our peers in the industry. Our service to our clients for nearly three decades is second to none and we always go the extra mile to provide the best campaigns possible.
Lobeline has helped enhance the career of many, including those in major studio releases. We also handle art-house movies and independent and world cinema titles. We proudly look after the publicity during any stage within the life of a film, including theatrical distribution and onward to home entertainment. From Brad Pitt’s first starring role in Dark Side of the Sun to Arthur Napiontek in the hit comedy with James Franco, Pineapple Express. At Lobeline, we have a group of highly skilled agents that are passionate about building media campaigns through the medium of print and broadcasting, and who utilize online and social media skilfully.
Also we have the ability to manage both premieres and red carpet events, and can easily handle the media hype surrounding awards ceremonies. Actors and film studios alike know that we are a top PR agency and one which can be relied on. We can utilize our experience by taking care of the PR for film festivals.
We will create tailor-made strategies to ensure that every film and actor client gets the publicity they deserve, either as part of an all-encompassing campaign or we may also decide to utilize a stand-alone or specific campaign.
Film actors generally will be asked to sign an NDA, (Non-Disclosure Agreement,) before beginning work on their next movie, and one may ask how we can publicize their up-coming work when they have been asked not to mention what they are going to be working on. One of the best strategies for building the career of an actor is to secure a future acting job, in advance of their current work hitting the large screen, but if there is an NDA in place, how can we accomplish this?
It simply means that we need to become more pro-active and creative with our sales pitch. Having an NDA in place is no excuse for not promoting the actor in all the relevant circles. Top PR agencies are aware of this and can circumnavigate the sometimes stormy waters which signing an NDA can leave you in, and still get the word out there regarding upcoming projects.
Any good film public relations company will get the name of the actor or movie known by all the right people, in all the right places, well ahead of schedule.
By Phil Lobel