See.Saw to PR The Smalls Short Film Festival

The Smalls, a content marketplace that connects filmmakers with brands, publishers and agencies, has brought in consumer lifestyle PR agency See.Saw to handle the PR for the 11th annual Short Film Festival, which starts on Friday (2 September).

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The Smalls Short Film Festival

Festival highlights include a keynote speech from Jon Drever, executive producer of 2014 Oscar nominated Virunga and director of Grain Media, a new category honouring local filmmakers from East London, a panel discussion on the “secrets of successful modern-day comedy writing”, and a “Future for Publishers in the Online Content World” panel discussion, with speakers from Stylist, LAD Bible and News UK.

The Festival closes with an awards ceremony on Wednesday September 7 which will be presented by comedian and presenter Eleanor Conway.

Kathryn McAuley, director at See.Saw, said: “The Smalls are innovators in their field, with an outstanding network producing best-in-class short form content; we’re thrilled to be working with them for this year’s short Film Festival.”

Kate Tancred, co-founder and MD of The Smalls, said: “We’re thrilled to be working with See.Saw for this year’s festival. The team has a tenacious, hands-on and creative approach to publicity and we’re very excited about driving awareness for what promises to be a standout festival this year.”

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