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Mysteries of the Great Lakes Marketing Guide


 
Guest Speakers

Another highly effective way to attract both media and public attention is to schedule a speaking engagement with special film-related guests. With the popularity of “making of” features on DVDs, more and more people are curious about how these films are actually made. And of course, there’s still a certain cachet to having a film director present. In regard to Mysteries of the Great Lakes, your options include Director/Producer, David Lickley and biologist, Ron Bruch.

Invite local school groups to attend an afternoon presentation, and the public for an evening session. Presentations would include a slideshow (PowerPoint) featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film, film clips, as well as a chance for the audience to ask questions. 

Guest speakers also work well at gala events and local premieres. A post-screening question & answer session is always appreciated, and a reception immediately following the local premiere is another fun way to build excitement around a film.

David Lickley, Film Director
Click here to download a speaker request form

Ron Bruch, Sturgeon Biologist
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
625 E County Rd. Y, Suite 700
Oshkosh, WI  54901
ronald.bruch@wisconsin.gov
T: 920-424-3059
F: 920-424-4404
For speaking engagements, please contact Ron Bruch directly

 


 

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