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  1. 1. P & F COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY PROFILE AND EXPERIENCE
  2. 2. THE PARTNERS Barbara Pflughaupt Partner Agency partner and co-founder Barbara Pflughaupt has peerless experience in marketing communications and public relations. Prior to co-founding P & F Communications in 1989, Ms. Pflughaupt was Senior Vice President of England & Company in New York City. Ms. Pflughaupt has established herself as one of the industry's most successful media relations and publicity professionals. She has managed the national and New York regional publicity campaigns for close to 50 live touring productions, including Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Barnum's Kaleidoscape, and Disney On Ice, as well as more than 30 motion pictures for Warner Bros., Disney/Touchstone, Tri-Star Pictures, United Artists, Paramount and Miramax Films. From 1990 to 2004, Ms. Pflughaupt personally managed the far-flung diversified public relations/publicity interests of Feld Entertainment, Inc., parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey and producers of Disney On Ice. As a member of a host of internal Feld Entertainment marketing and communications committees, Ms. Pflughaupt helped direct media training, corporate messaging, crisis communications, and public relations/publicity campaigns for dozens of touring productions, as well as the Ringling Bros. Center for Elephant Conservation, Feld Entertainment’s overall corporate communications initiatives, the Ringling Bros. online presence, and Feld Entertainment’s broad public affairs animal issues. She has also conducted highly successful publicity campaigns for such clients as New Line Home Entertainment (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection and many others), AT&T, Mattel Toys, Swivel Media, Arrow Shirts, Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream and Franchises, Friendship Food Products, MATHCOUNTS and Mego International Toy Manufacturing. Raymond L. Forsythe Partner Raymond L. Forsythe, partner and co-founder in 1989 of P&F Communications, has nearly thirty years experience in the fields of marketing communications and public relations. He manages the agency’s various film clients and has created and implemented New York City and national promotional campaigns for nearly 200 theatrically released films for studios including: Focus Features, Newmarket Films, Merchant Ivory Films, Paramount Classics, Artistic License Films, Gramercy Pictures, October Films, Trimark Pictures and USA Films. These films have included such critical and box office successes as: Being John Malkovich, The Big Lebowski, Big Night, Bowling for Columbine, Dead Man Walking, Elizabeth, Far From Heaven, Fargo, Gosford Park, In The Mood For Love, The Man Who Wasn’t There, Memento, Monsoon Wedding, The Motocycle Diaries, The Pianist, Pitch Black, Punks, Spun, Topsy-Turvy, Traffic, The Virgin Suicides, Whale Rider and When We Were Kings. Prior to co-founding P & F Communications in 1989, he was Executive Vice President and General Manager of England & Company, responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company, its accounts and 30 employees. In addition, he co-managed the national publicity for New Line Home Entertainment’s DVD/VHS release of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and has been responsible for formulating marketing, promotion, corporate image and identity programs for such companies as AT&T, The Arrow Company, Chase Manhattan Bank (N.A.), The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Giordano Art, Ltd., Haagen-Dazs, M-Net Broadcasting/Face of Africa and Africa Designs, Mattel, New Line Home Entertainment, Russ Togs, United Artists Communications, Warner Bros., and Continental Grain/ContiTrade Services Corporation/ContiChem Corporation.
  3. 3. FILM AND ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE 1993 - 2007 8 Women The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert* After Life Agnes Browne American Astronaut And Then Came Love Another Day In Paradise Antonia April’s Shower Assault on Precinct 13 Aurora Borealis Barb Wire Bartleby BackBeat Bean Beautiful Boxer Beautiful People Beauty Remains Before the Rain* Being John Malkovich* Besotted Better Than Chocolate Better Than Sex The Big Lebowski Big Night Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss Black Irish Bounce: Behind The Velvet Rope Bound Bowling For Columbine* Broken Flowers Brooklyn Rules The Business of Strangers Callas Forever Cape of Good Hope Carrington Candyman II: Farewell to the Flesh Caterina in the Big City Chinese Box Circle of Friends Clay Pigeons Cold Comfort Farm The Constant Gardener* Cotton Mary Cont’d. next page * Asterisk denotes Academy Award Winners or Nominees Crazy As Hell Cube A Dangerous Woman Dazed and Confused Dead Man Walking* Delicatessen Descent Donnie Darko The Door in the Floor Double Dragon Duck 8 Women The Eighth Day Elizabeth* Elling Emmanuel’s Gift Eternal Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Eternity and a Day Everything’s Gone Green Fastpitch Far From Heaven* Fargo* Four-Eyed Monsters Four Lane Highway Four Weddings and a Funeral* Freshman Orientation The Games People Play Gangster Number 1 The Girl Going All The Way Gosford Park* Go Now Go Tigers! Grace of My Heart Gridlock'd Group The Guys Happy Accidents Hellbent Hellraiser III The Hi-Lo Country A Home of Our Own How To Be A Player How To Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog The Hunting of the President I'm Not Rappaport If I Didn’t Care In the Mood for Love Incantato Jack and Sarah Jude Jump Tomorrow Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale The Kid Stays In The Picture The King Is Alive King of the Hill King of the Jungle The Last September Let It Snow Lipstick & Dynamite Lilya Forever Little Fish Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels Lost In Translation Mallrats The Man Who Wasn’t There* Manda Bala (Send A Bullet) Marjoe (Re-release) The Matchmaker Maybe Baby Memento* Monsoon Wedding Monster Moonlight and Valentino The Motorcycle Diaries The Muse Music From The Inside Out My Mother Likes Women My Summer of Love Murder-Set-Pieces Naming Number Two Ned Kelly Never Again New Jersey Drive New Suit No Looking Back The Nomi Song Nurse Betty One Night at McCool’s One Tough Cop Open Hearts Our Song The Pianist* Pitch Black The Portrait of a Lady* Possession P.S. Punks Push Real Women Have Curves Regret To Inform* Rhinoceros Eyes Ride With The Devil Romance Romeo Is Bleeding Rory O’Shea Was Here Same Old Song
  4. 4. Savage Nights Series 7: The Contenders Session 9 Set Me Free SFW Shadow Hours Shallow Grave The Shape of Things Shaun of the Dead Silver City Sister Island Slam Small Voices Some Fish Can Fly Spring Forward Spun Stander Summer of Love Summer Storm Swimming Pool Sylvia The Taste of Others* Telling Lies In America Tibet:Cry of The Snow Lion Thomas In Love Together Topsy-Turvy* Traffic* The Trigger Effect Twin Town 21 Grams The Underneath Unleashed The Usual Suspects* Uncle Nino Up At The Villa Vanaja Vanity Fair Virgin The Virgin Suicides Wet Hot American Summer Whale Rider What’s Cooking? When We Were Kings* Your Friends & Neighbors * Asterisk denotes Academy Award Winners or Nominees.
  5. 5. DVD RELEASES 2001-2007 13 Days (Launch of infinifilm) (New Line Home Entertainment) The Assassination of Richard Nixon (New Line Home Entertainment) Aurora Borealis (Liberation Entertainment) Blade: House of Chthon (New Line Home Entertainment) Blade Trinity (New Line Home Entertainment) Brooklyn Rules (City Lights Media) Cellular (New Line Home Entertainment) Descent (City Lights Media) El Cantante (City Lights Media) Female Trouble (New Line Home Entertainment) Flight of the Living Dead (New Line Home Entertainment) Fracture (New Line Home Entertainment) Full Of It (New Line Home Entertainment) Gunner Palace (Palm Pictures) Hairspray (New Line Home Entertainment) The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection (New Line Home Entertainment) The Jolly Boys Last Stand (Spirit Level Film) Little Children (New Line Home Entertainment) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (All releases including Gift Collections, Extended, and Limited Editions) (New Line Home Entertainment) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (All releases including Gift Collections, Extended, and Limited Editions) (New Line Home Entertainment) The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (All releases including Gift Collections, Extended, and Limited Editions) (New Line Home Entertainment) A Nightmare on Elm Street: infinifilm edition (New Line Home Entertainment) The Nomi Song (Palm Pictures) Pan’s Labyrinth (New Line Home Entertainment) Pink Flamingos (New Line Home Entertainment) Polyester (New Line Home Entertainment) Primer (New Line Home Entertainment) Rush Hour 2: infinifilm edition (New Line Home Entertainment) The Sea Inside (New Line Home Entertainment) Suicide Killers (City Lights Media) The Ten (City Lights Media) The Thing About My Folks (New Line Home Entertainment) Torn Apart (City Lights Media) Underground (City Lights Media) Ushpizin (New Line Home Entertainment) WANTED: Dead or Alive (New Line Home Entertainment) The Year of the Yao (New Line Home Entertainment)
  6. 6. Our Films' Academy Awards & Nominations Pan’s Labyrinth (DVD) Little Children (DVD) 2007 2007 Three Academy Awards, Six Nominations Three Academy Award Nominations The Constant Gardener The Sea Inside (DVD) 2005 2005 One Academy Award, Two Nominations One Academy Award, Two Nominations The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (DVD) 2004 Eleven Academy Awards, Eleven Nominations Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind The Motorcycle Diaries 2004 2004 One Academy Award, Two Nominations One Academy Award, Two Nominations The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (DVD) 2003 Two Academy Awards, Six Nominations Lost In Translation Monster 2003 2003 One Academy Award, Four Nominations One Academy Award, One Nomination 21 Grams Whale Rider 2003 2003 Two Academy Award Nominations One Academy Award Nomination The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (DVD) 2002 Four Academy Awards, Thirteen Nominations The Pianist 2002 Three Academy Awards, Seven Nominations Far From Heaven Bowling For Columbine 2002 2002 Four Academy Award Nominations One Academy Award, One Nomination Gosford Park 2001 One Academy Award, Seven Nominations The Man Who Wasn't There Memento 2001 2001 One Academy Award Nomination Two Academy Award Nominations
  7. 7. Our Films' Academy Awards & Nominations, Continued Traffic The Taste of Others 2000 2000 Four Academy Awards, Five Nominations One Academy Award Nomination Topsy-Turvy Being John Malkovich 1999 1999 Two Academy Awards, Four Nominations Three Academy Award Nominations Regret To Inform 1999 One Academy Award Nomination Elizabeth 1998 One Academy Award, Seven Nominations Fargo The Portrait of a Lady 1996 1996 Two Academy Awards, Seven Nominations Two Academy Award Nominations When We Were Kings 1996 One Academy Award, One Nomination Dead Man Walking The Usual Suspects 1995 1995 One Academy Award, Four Nominations Two Academy Awards, Two Nominations The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Before the Rain 1994 1994 One Academy Award, One Nomination One Academy Award Nomination Four Weddings and a Funeral 1994 Two Academy Award Nominations
  8. 8. SPECIAL EVENTS AND EVENT MARKETING Arts & Entertainment Network - “100 Centre Street” Premiere, January, 2001, management of all aspects of premiere screening for 600, followed by high wattage party afterward at New York’s Guastavino’s restaurant, including such entertainment industry luminaries as Sidney Lumet, Samuel L. Jackson, Edie Falco, Star Jones, Phyllis Newman, Adolph Green, LaTanya Richardson, Alan Arkin, Federico Castelluccio and Paul Shaffer, as well as top A&E Network executives. AT&T - Community/Educational Relations, eight years consecutive management of The Student Film Awards program, co-sponsored with The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Events included: Awards ceremony held annually at Academy's Beverly Hills headquarters. National preview of winning films for Executive Branch governmental leaders, senators and congressmen at the Motion Picture Association of America headquarters in Washington, D.C. (also staged national preview at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Museum of the Smithsonian Institute prior to setting the MPAA format). National premiere of winning films held annually at The Museum of Modern Art Various regional and major market screenings held annually at prestigious museums and cultural centers throughout the U.S. Christie Brinkley Division of Russ Togs, conceived and assisted in negotiating establishment of division; events included: Palace Hotel press event, for 200 media people to announce founding of Christie Brinkley Division. Showroom opening event, for 100 media people to announce establishment of Christie Brinkley sportswear and swimwear offices/showroom. Swimwear collection unveiling for approximately 600 buyers and press, followed by major trade event party at Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Temple of Dendur for 2,000 guests. Cointreau America, Inc., three years management of all program aspects; events included: Press party to kick-off Cointreau's new promotional campaign, for 60 key media people, held aboard 120-foot yacht sailing New York harbor. Gourmet Galas, tie-in with national March of Dimes series of benefits held throughout the U.S. American Cancer Society benefit, tie-in events held at such locations as Society headquarters and New York City's Metropolitan Club. Direct Connect International, Inc., five consecutive years account management for national toy manufacturer; special events included: 1991 Toy Fair press conference with Brian Henson, new president of Jim Henson Productions, with whom Direct Connect International held numerous licenses (Muppets and Muppet Babies). 1992 Toy Fair press conference with Sheri Lewis,ô introducing Direct Connect's new Lamb Chop licensed puppet line. Giordano Art, Ltd. , six consecutive years account management for national art licensor; special events included: Toy Fair, The Licensing Show, and licensee breakfasts. International Center of Photography "Horst" exhibition opening, sponsorship of opening negotiated; honorary committee included Grace Mirabella, Diane von Furstenberg, Bill Blass, Bobby Short, Mary McFadden, Mrs. Paul Mellon, Mr. and Mrs. S.I. Newhouse, Francesco Scavullo, Brooke Shields, and others. International Center of Photography, six years management of all special fundraising events; events included: Eighth Anniversary Gala, for 500 held at the Waldorf's Starlight Roof focused on exhibition of works of Jacques-Henri Lartigue, with celebrity guests including Cheryl Tiegs, Christie Brinkley, French Ambassador to the U.S. and French Consul General. Ninth Anniversary Gala, for 700 held at The Puck Building, with celebrity attendees including Robert Redford, Christie Brinkley, Brooke Shields and others.
  9. 9. (International Center of Photography, cont’d) Tenth Anniversary Gala, for 700 at the Waldorf's Grand Ballroom; working with event chairman Mrs. Jacqueline Onassis, Life Magazine and United Technologies. Eleventh Anniversary Gala, for 700 at The Armory, with Honorary Chairman Dr. Henry A. Kissinger and such special guests as Ambassador from China, Chinese Minister of Cultural Affairs, and entertainment celebrities Anthony Quinn, Susan Sarandon, Brook Adams, etc. Twelfth Anniversary Gala, for 600 at Roseland, with Honorary Co-Chairmen Miss Helen Hayes and Henry Anatole Grunwald. Thirteenth Anniversary Gala, for 700 at Tavern on the Green with Honorary Co-Chairmen Mrs. Ansel Adams and Mr. William J. McCune, Jr., Chairman of the Board, Polaroid Corporation. First Annual ICP Awards, event for 350 photographic industry executives to honor artistic achievements, held at the Waldorf's Starlight Roof; arranged and coordinated all program aspects from audio visual presentation of winners' works to scripting and organizing celebrity awards presentation participation, e.g. Bill Kurtis, Cheryl Tiegs, Frank Perry, Barbara Goldsmith, Henry Geldzahler and Gordon Parks. Second Annual ICP Awards, event for 450 in Grand Ballroom of the Pierre Hotel, with Cheryl Tiegs as emcee and celebrity award presenters. Third Annual ICP Awards, event for 600 at New York Grand Hyatt, with Cheryl Tiegs, George Plimpton, Mariette Hartley and other celebrity award presenters. ICP Benefit World Premiere of "Pale Rider", feature film starring Clint Eastwood, held for 700 guests; reception and screening held prior to buffet and party at The Armory. Irish Broadcast Partnership, special press conference at the New York City Irish Consulate, hosted by the Ambassador and Consul General of Ireland, to announce first-ever live St. Patrick's Day broadcast from Dublin; in conjunction with The Nashville Network; performances and appearances by Paddy Reilly and Deidre Reilly. MCA-TV: LAST CALL, August and September, 1994, two events to launch new late night television program; first event was for studio executives, cast, special VIP guests, for approximately 300 people; second event, for approximately 150 people, was special promotional party for executives and sales force for KCOP, Los Angeles affiliate carrying the program. M-Net Broadcasting - Africa Designs, coordinated all press and logistical aspects for international client M-Net Broadcasting (African continent’s largest broadcaster) participation in September, 2000, Seventh on Sixth New York Fashion Week, with M-Net’s “Africa Designs” fashion entry; 500 media and invited guests attended the hour- long fashion show in the Bryant Park Tents; arranged a full week of consumer and fashion press events and coverage. Mattel Toys, new product introduction held at the Helmsley Palace Hotel Versailles Room for over 200 media people, kicked off by fifteen-block ride down Fifth Avenue by costumed actress representing lead product line character; event included full-scale multi-media presentation, live actors, luncheon, and presentation by Dr. Lendon Smith, noted television personality and child psychologist retained to speak on behalf of the product line. The Maury Povich Show, kick-off party for media and Paramount Television executives, held at The Mark Hotel in New York City. New Line Home Entertainment - Launch Event for VHS/DVD Release of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, event for approximately 75 media outlets from around the world and 400 guests of the Creative Coalition, at The Boat House in New York’s Central Park; responsible for all aspects, including staging of flotilla of 40 boats’ arrival across Central Park Lake, rowed by hooded lantern-carrying characters, to the soundtrack of The Lord of the Rings, amidst a special effects fog covering the Lake and a laser show overhead. Newmarket Films’ “Whale Rider” Premiere, June, 2003, all aspects including lighting and décor elements for venue, Guastavino’s Restaurant, participation of Tourism New Zealand, for approximately 350 guests.
  10. 10. Palm Pictures “The Nomi Song” Premiere, February, 2005, all aspects, including forming key partnerships with BlackBook Magazine and IndiePix.net for sponsorship of New York premiere screening and after-party for 350+ VIP guests on the roof of The Meatpacking District’s The Gansevoort Hotel. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, all national publicity and promotional events for 120th (1989/90) through the 134th edition (2004) of "The Greatest Show On Earth" in the New York Metropolitan Area. Events include: Animal walks of all circus animals across Manhattan (through Midtown tunnel to Madison Square Garden), promenade of elephants from Madison Square Garden to Central Park for free performance high lights show for children, A Central Park Circus Salute to the United Nations for 2,000 United Nations diplomats and school children, Salute to Jumbo event in cooperation with the American Museum of Natural Royal Lipizzan Stallions of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, national publicity for four-city U.S. 1990 tour. Sabolich Prosthetic and Research Center, developer and producer of prosthetic devices; events included: International press conference held at the Plaza Hotel in New York for 100 media people from around the globe to introduce the Sabolich Foot prosthesis; planned, managed and scripted multi-media presentation before science/medical print and broadcast editors and reporters. International press conference held at the Plaza Hotel in New York for 100 media people from around the globe to introduce the Sabolich Sense-of-Feel System; planned, managed and scripted multi-media presentation before science/medical print and broadcast editors and reporters. International press conference held at the Plaza Hotel in New York to introduce the Sabolich Sense of Feel and Sense of Hot and Cold systems before medical/science print and general interest print and broadcast editors and reporters. Susan Bennis/Warren Edwards Collection Presentation to the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute, late spring 1982 event included all event aspects; co-hosted by Diana Vreeland and Stella Blum. Variety Clubs International Annual Children's Lifeline Award Dinner Dance, three years management, including: Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria to honor Roberto C. Goizueta, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Coca-Cola Company; Honorary Chairperson, Mrs. Ronald Reagan; emcee Monty Hall; entertainment, Alan King. Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria to honor Thomas S. Murphy, Chairman and CEO Capital Cities/ABC, Inc; performances by Patti LuPone and comedian Richard Lewis; P&F Communications also provided media relations for event. Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria to honor His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip of England, recipient of the Variety Children's Lifeline Award; all coordination with Buckingham Palace and The British Consulate apropos HRH Prince Philip and press relations. -more-
  11. 11. A Special Longterm Relationship: P & F Communications and Feld Entertainment For 14 years, P & F Communications served as national publicity agency-of-record and general public relations consultants for the far-flung diversified interests of Feld Entertainment, Inc., parent company of “The Greatest Show On Earth”. From 1990 to 2004, under the personal management of agency partner Barbara Pflughaupt, this exciting account encompassed all national public relations campaigns for each of Feld Entertainment’s live touring properties: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus (two simultaneously national touring shows) Barnum’s Kaleidoscape Disney On Ice As a member of a host of internal Feld Entertainment marketing and communications committees, Ms. Pflughaupt not only consulted on, but also directed media training, corporate messaging, crisis communications, and public relations/publicity campaigns for: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Center for Elephant Conservation Feld Entertainment’s corporate communications Ringling Bros. online presence Feld Entertainment’s broad public affairs animal issues Ms. Pflughaupt and her P & F Communications colleagues initiated positive national and international press coverage --- in virtually all categories and outlets --- for all touring Feld Entertainment properties and the Ringling Bros. Center for Elephant Conservation; coordinated national press conferences and major market satellite media tours; produced electronic press kits and video news releases; and created and managed a broad variety of uniquely press-generating special events: …annual animal walks of circus animals across Manhattan (through Midtown tunnel to Madison Square Garden)…a promenade of elephants from Madison Square Garden to Central Park for a children’s free performance highlights show…A Central Park Circus Salute to the United Nations for 2,000 U.N. diplomats and school children…A Salute to Jumbo event with the American Museum of Natural History…an aerialist suspended by his teeth from a helicopter flying over the Hollywood hills…births of baby Asian elephants….”Smiles Across America”, a media event and nationwide celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Clown College….an ongoing panoply of high visibility publicity events in major markets across the United States. In addition to helping create and manage the national publicity campaigns for two new live productions --- Barnum’s Kaleidoscape and 2004’s Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Hometown Edition --- and over ten years’ worth of Disney On Ice shows (licensed to Feld Entertainment), Ms. Pflughaupt personally managed the national publicity campaigns for such Feld Entertainment performing headliners as: Johnathan Lee Iverson, the first African-American Ringmaster, debuted in the New York Times and on the NBC Nightly News; the subsequent campaign resulted in his being one of 10 people featured on the annual “Barbara Walters’ Most Fascinating People” ABC-TV Network special; the agency’s overall campaign was named a Finalist in the 2000 “PR Week Arts and Entertainment Campaign of the Year Award” competition. Sara (Houcke), The Tiger Whisperer, designated one of Biography Magazine’s “50 Favorite Celebrities” in her debut year, as a result of being featured in People, US, Self, The New York Times, Inside Edition, NBC-TV’s The Today Show --- four appearances --- and a host of other topflight national media outlets. Bello Nock, honored as “America’s Best Clown” by TIME Magazine in its “America’s Best” issue of 2001.
  12. 12. With publicity breaks too many to fully detail, the sampling of high profile Feld Entertainment media coverage generated by P & F Communications under partner Barbara Pflughaupt’s hands-on direction includes …The Today Show…Good Morning, America…CBS The Early Show…Fox & Friends…NBC Nightly News…ABC World News Tonight… The CBS Evening News…The Tonight Show with Jay Leno…The Late Show with David Letterman…The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson….The Ellen DeGeneres Show…The View…Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee…The Rosie O’Donnell Show…The Wayne Brady Show…The Charlie Rose Show…Entertainment Tonight…Access Hollywood …20/20 …48 Hours…CNN…The Travel Channel…The Learning Channel…MTV…The Food Network …The New York Times…The Wall Street Journal…USA Today…TIME Magazine…Newsweek…Life Magazine…People Magazine…US Weekly…Entertainment Weekly…Associated Press…ABC Radio Networks…National Public Radio…International Public Radio……and much more CLIENT AND PROGRAMS SUMMARY CORPORATE IMAGE AND IDENTITY American Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences AT&T Chase Manhattan Bank Chris Aceto/Laura Creavalle, America's Fittest Couple, Inc. Continental Grain Company - ContiChem, ContiFinancial Services Division, and ContiTrade Services Divisions Direct Connect International Emerging Pictures Feld Entertainment First World Cheese Associates Giordano Art, Ltd. GoodLife TV Network Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream IndiePix.net International Center of Photography kajeet Mathcounts M-Net Broadcasting/Face of Africa and Africa Designs National Animal Interest Alliance National Parenting Center New Line Home Entertainment NovaCare, Inc. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, Inc. Scholastic Publishing & The Chrysler Corporation (1994-1995 national joint program "Reading Together: Make It A Family Tradition") Soldiers For The Truth Foundation Swivel Media Siegfried & Roy Todd-AO Studios East Variety Clubs International PRODUCTS & SERVICES Artistic License Films Chris Aceto/Laura Creavalle, America's Fittest Couple, Inc. Cointreau Liqueur ContiChem, Inc., Division of Continental Grain Company ContiFinancial Services Corporation, Division of Continental Grain Company ContiTrade Services Corporation, Division of Continental Grain Company Direct Connect International Elysian Pictures Emerging Cinemas Empire Pictures Feld Entertainment First World Cheese Associates Focus Features Friendship Food Products Giordano Art Ltd. Gramercy Pictures Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream Hershey Kissmobile/Children’s Miracle Network National Tour Launch IDP Films IFC Films kajeet Koch Lorber Films Lavinia’s World Laurel Entertainment M-Net/Face of Africa Merchant Ivory Films Mattel Toy Company Mego International Toy Manufacturing Miramax Films Newmarket Films New Century/Vista New Line Home Entertainment New Sky Pictures New World Pictures NovaCare, Inc. Nostalgia Good-TV October Films Palm Pictures Petrossian Caviar Pre Monde Cheese Pyramid Films Regent Releasing Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows Savoy Pictures Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center SharpVision (Sharp Electronics Corporation) Siegfried & Roy Sky Island Films Susan Bennis/Warren Edwards Taurus Entertainment Trimark Pictures Tri-Star Pictures United Artists Communications
  13. 13. Theatres/United Film Distribution Film Company Urbanworld Films USA Films Walt Disney Pictures/ Touchstone Films Walt Disney's World on Ice Warner Bros. SCIENCE, MEDICAL & TECHNOLOGY American Cancer Society AT&T Differential Diagnostics kajeet National Cancer Cytology Center National Foundation for Ileitis and Colitis NovaCare, Inc. SLE (Lupus) Foundation Sabolich Prosthetic & Research Center Todd-AO Studios East # # #

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