Film Marketing in a Digital Age


The Careers and Business Relations team cordially invites you to an evening of film marketing with 20th Century Fox and Substance.

Speaker profiles:

Lauren Papendorf graduated from the University of Notre Dame Australia with a Bachelor of Communications, Media and Film and Screen Production. Now working as the Senior Publicist within the Digital Publicity team at Substance, the leading voice in digital strategy for the film industry based in London and Los Angeles, she works on the Twentieth Century Fox, Fox Searchlight and Lionsgate accounts. Campaigns include Deadpool, Gone Girl and the Martian.

Olivia McMonagle is a Loughborough University graduate with a Bsc in Communication and Media with Politics. Having worked at the Times, BBC Radio 1 and Substance Olivia brings her wealth of industry experience to 20th Century Fox where she oversees and implements the digital marketing and publicity strategy for Fox’s theatrical slate offering across the EMEA region. Campaigns include Bridge Of Spies, The Revenant, X-Men: Apocalypse and Independence Day: Resurgence.

Come and find out more about working on the digital marketing side of the film industry, which transferrable skills will help you follow in their footsteps and watch show reels of their upcoming film campaigns to explore the direction your career in the film industry could take.

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