About Jane Green

I love a great movie and all that goes with it — finding the perfect seat in the theater, nibbling on popcorn as the lights go down and the screen lights up (or sprawling on my sectional in front of my HD plasma screen at home and turning up the surround sound loud enough to shake the walls).  I love getting lost in the story, the world, the characters.  I love being so affected by a film, I can’t stop thinking about it after it’s over. And if I love the film, I have to tell everyone I know about it, call them, e-mail them, instant message them,  whatever ways I can think of to communicate “This is one hell of a movie, you’ve got to see it!”.

Since I love film, and spreading the word about them, I decided to become a film publicist.  The rest is history.  Or rather, the rest is available for reading, at your leisure, on my website (the link’s included in the blogroll to your right).   I’ll be happy to answer questions, just post a comment or e-mail me (address is on my website) or leave me a message (be sure to include your e-mail address) on my nifty little meebo chat widget and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

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11 Responses to About Jane Green

  1. Lisa Hunt says:

    I am looking at the impossible. Self releasing my urban kids film to a few cities, and working to gather momentum into other cities. Can you help? Check out my website and myspace at http://www.myspace.com/lisahuntfilms...

    Appreciate your help.

    Lisa

  2. Charles Oakley says:

    Hello. I’ve long been a film enthusiast and have even entertained the idea of making movies. For a time I had to put it aside, and lately in the past year I’ve grown attracted to the idea of becoming a film publicist. I’m 35 and I’m concerned this may be an awkward time to start my education toward this. Can you tell me what I could expect in choosing this road?

    Thanks,

    Charles Oakley

  3. itsi Atkins says:

    I would like to speak with you about helping with our pr. The short video is at Cannes in the May 14 film market and winner of 2 awards in the recent NYFilmVideo.
    Please take a look at http://www.popyourpanties.com and contact me if your interested.
    Thanks
    itsi Atkins
    http://www.imdb.com (itsi Atkins)

  4. cookiesncreammovie says:

    Great blog. Go Jane!

  5. Film School says:

    Hello Jane.

    I can’t find out how to contact you other than this form. Can you email me at the email address I have put in the contact field. I have an idea that I think you’ll be interested in.

    I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

    John

  6. Esther Peres says:

    Our award winning short film, 11:11 (Eleven Eleven – 20 minutes), is screening at the Moving Image Film Festival in Toronto on November 6th, 2008 at the Gladstone Hotel.

    11:11 takes a classic romance story and reverses it, literally. The film actually plays backwards, combining the narrative experimentation of Memento with the surreal dissonance of that sketchy dwarf dream sequence from Twin Peaks.

    It has the feel of a sexy foreign film yet it’s a satirical take on modern relationships of the Hollywood kind where victim and victimizer become interchangeable in their remorseless pursuit of self-indulgence. Imaginative set, costume design and concept make 11:11 a uniquely filmic experience and a right brain treat for the film viewer.

    Anna and Otto, the narcissistic lovers in 11:11 are the perfect couple to inhabit the backwards world of this cinematic gem.

    Adding to the coolness, an Easter Egg on the DVD lets viewers see 11:11 forwards, as a “conventional” movie. That’s two movies for the price of one.

    It’s avaiable for download on many internet movie sites including jaman.com. If you are interested in screening it, I would love to send you a copy.

    As all my friends in their 20’s say, 11:11 is dope!

    Esther Peres, director–writer–producer–editor

  7. Tom says:

    Can a film publicist help the career of an up-and-coming cinematographer in Los Angeles?

    Best,

    Thomas

  8. Law says:

    Hello Jane,

    I’m just about finished with a short film (not so short at 37 min) that I directed and produced. The film is about two people who were supposed to be in the World Trade Center on 9/11, but weren’t because they were having an affair. The script, at one point had attention from Kevin Bacon’s management, Malik Yoba, Sonja Sohn (the wire) and Keesha Sharp (Girlfriends)

    My question is I have a publicist friend who will make calls on my behalf, but I’m wondering should I also invest in one of the online PR services like PRweb.com?

    My goal is to get this film a lot of attention leading up into the Sundance entry period and the peak festival season.

  9. shakyrah says:

    I have a web series I would love to turn into a movie do you have any advie? http;//www.becauseimmetv.com thanks

  10. Dana says:

    Hi Jane,

    I really enjoyed reading your blog especially it is really informative in nature and most people would love to read it.

    I’d like to know if you’d be interested in a Guest Post. How about something like these topics?

    1.How To Get Your Work Seen In The Film Industry
    2.A Day in the Life of a Journalist

    What do you think about these?

    For your information, all of our articles are custom written by our writers for your blog, and are absolutely FREE.

    If you are interested, I am happy to get something written up and sent over to you – or if you have another topic you’d like to see covered, please do let me know.

    Thanks and I look forward to your response.
    Dana B.

    Guest Post U
    “The University of Great Content”
    http://www.guestpostu.com/

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