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Cinereach Makes Its Media Debut

A quartet of young, socially conscious filmmakers mentored by Oscar-nominated directors like Albert Maysles (Grey Gardens, Gimme Shelter) and Rachel Grady (Jesus Camp, Boys of Baraka) debuted their short documentaries at the first major event presented by the new non-profit Cinereach earlier this week.

PKPR helped introduce Cinereach and the filmmakers to the industry and public by placing stories in outlets like Hollywood Reporter and Filmmaker Magazine, securing an exclusive screening of one of the film’s on New York Magazine’s Vulture blog, and facilitating posts by two of the filmmakers on Huffington Post.

Held at The Gramercy Hotel Rooftoop, guest included director Mira Nair and reporters from the New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Reeler, and IndieWIRE.

PKPR Client: Cinereach

Founded by a group of young filmmakers, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs, Cinereach is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering socially relevant film. The organization makes grants to media initiatives such as the Reach Film Fellowship, which supports talented young filmmakers creating meaningful media with artistic merit.

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