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Maxine Leonard PR looks after all your corporate PR, film marketing and film publicity needs.




Our Film Campaigns


From a presales launch, film festival debut and through international roll out around the globe,
we are dedicated to maximizing the potential of your feature film and TV projects
by crafting innovative and energetic publicity and marketing campaigns to support you at any time during its lifetime.


Papillon Mile 22 The Happytime Murders Second Act

First Reformed Beast Gringo All The Money In The World

I Feel Pretty One Percent Colassal The Foreigner

Top Of The Lake Wonders Of The Sea 3D Bleed For This Lion

I Am Bolt In Dubious Battle Eight Days A Week Mother's Day

The Family Fang The Bye Bye Man Dirty Grandpa Dallas Buyers Club

Don Jon A Family Man Secret Scripture Killing Ground

The Journey Is The Desination Arbitrage 2 Guns The November Man

The Company You Keep Laggies Infinitely Polar Bear Hungry Hearts

A Tale of Love and Darkness The Zero Therem Some Kind of Beautiful Jenny's Wedding

Cooties 5to7 54 Alex Cross

And So It Goes Burying The Ex Charlie Countryman Cymbeline

The Forger Felony Good Kill Grand Piano

Henry$ Crime I Am Killer Joe Maladies

Parkland Red Lights Rudderless Stuck In Love

The Cobbler The Words Two Night Stand Vamps Words and Pictures

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Maxine Leonard Marketing & Publicity
Maxine Leonard PR
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