At Raconteur, our foremost focus is making sure the stellar work and best-executed messaging of our clients is out there in the world and being seen.
We believe there is always a tale to tell. And we know that sometimes the whole story behind a project can’t be conveyed in a single press release. Which is why, as part of our larger pr ethos, we proactively seek out and secure press opportunities for our clients to articulate and expand on their creative process.
Here’s some of the in-depth interview features we’ve orchestrated of late:
- Director & ex-Dum Dum Girl Malia James captures intimate glimpses into life on the road, speaking to Monster Children about her new photo book Girl in a Girl Band.
- Would he stay or would he go? The always prolific writer and director Danny Sangra gets existential when discussing his Lief-produced short film Parlour Games with Adam Bennett of LBB.
- Creative Directors Andy Hall and Noah Harris and the team at Elastic proudly reveal the launch campaign for Gears of War 5, a massive visual undertaking which earned interviews in Communication Arts, Computer Graphics World, CG Society, Muse by Clio, and more.
- Raconteur and director Par Parekh hit Austin Film Festival, where Par’s comedic short film The Happy screened at the Hideout Theater and the Rollins Theater. Par discussed the road to Austin and what comes next with The TV Dudes and Amy Jordan of the Yes But Why podcast.
- Caviar-repped filmmaking duo Los Perez talk with Zack Seckler of Creators Are Us. The husband-and-wife team divulge about their divide and conquer approach to helming spots for EOS, McDonald’s and Honda, and videos like JR JR’s “Gone,” which was named one of the Best Music Videos of the Decade by IndieWire.
- ¿Hablas español? Gerard Cantor, Executive Producer of Joinery, and veteran producer Cesar Ahumada speak to Produ about their newly forged alliance, which enables Joinery to rep several decorated directors from the Argentinacine roster to work in the U.S.
- Cole Webley of Sanctuary Content takes to Communication Arts to praise the power of quiet, confident storytelling within the aptly-titled column An Honest Film Language.