I love working with indie filmmakers! As someone who's written, directed, and produced several movies, I can relate to you and your unique promotional needs.
Several months, if not years, go into making a film. This is your opportunity to show and tell the world about your work—hiring a professional to help you get the word out is essential. Publicity isn't just about exposure for your current film; it can also lead to future opportunities.
But it usually costs a minimum of $3,000 and you're generally tied to a one-month minimum package which includes a lot of stuff you don't need. Given the importance of publicity for your movie and your career, I am pleased and proud to offer truly affordable services bolstered by years of experience in the indie film world.
I specialize in horror and I love working with female filmmakers, but I have equal expertise in most other genres including sci-fi, thrillers, and music or/and movie-related documentaries and true crime stories. I generally do not handle kids' movies, faith-based, political, or dramas.
While I am mainly a one-woman show (that's how I keep those prices so low), I do have highly qualified colleagues that I work with to garner film reviews and interviews.
— Staci Layne Wilson
Staci proofread my official press release and two websites that I had designed by a professional site-building company. She caught several issues in regard to punctuation, uniformity, and consistency—she also did research and fact-checking—I am very pleased with her skills and would not hesitate to hire her again and recommend her to others. She works quickly and gets the job done right.
– M. Ruiz, FunTastic Media
Staci is talented, versatile, knowledgeable, reliable, and well-connected (never underestimate this trait in Hollywood). She has always exceeded expectations. I only wish I could clone her.
– T. Leupp, Hollywood.com
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. And let’s face it—the first thing people are going to see is your poster image. Staci came up with the perfect design for me, and she did it quickly.
– C. Lee, Independent Author & Filmmaker
For more complex, specialized poster design, Photoshopping, and original key art, please contact our associate AARON KAI ART
An honest, fair review of your film posted to RottenTomatoes.com
An honest, fair review and rating of your film posted to IMDb.com
Honest, fair movie reviews on film-related sites - usually written, but sometimes via YouTube Channels or podcasts.
Written Q&A interview with filmmaker or/and cast posted to a relevant website, and/or YouTube Channels, podcasts.
Properly formatted and written press release announcing your film.
Your press release sent to 250 news outlets, plus 100 genre-specific movie reviewers and reporters.
Your press release written and sent to 250 news outlets, plus 100 genre-specific movie reviewers and reporters.
Overview with key info such as distribution company, release date, director, producers, cast, run time, genre, rating, social media handles, and a synopsis.
The press kit expands on the one-pager and includes bios for all key cast and crew, short & long synopsis, credits, and photos.
Already have a press kit and materials but need a rewrite or overhaul? Let's discuss!
Price per completed screenplay page (for example: a 90-page screenplay would cost $2,250). Depending on length, you can publish the prose under your name as a short story, novella, or novel.
Each project is unique. Let's discuss!
Check for punctuation, formatting, and spelling errors. Will advise on any other mistakes seen. Final Draft format only. $5 per page (so, if your screenplay is 75 pages, the cost would be $375.)
I'm happy to offer a discount on three or more items (the more you need, the bigger the discount).