Garnier Public Relations is a boutique entertainment public relations and marketing agency specializing in film/ television production, theatrical/ event cinema and streaming/home entertainment.
Our packages will launch your film into the marketplace through all stages of its release.
We are headquartered in Chicago and have a team in Los Angeles and New York City.
Custom designed campaigns for producers, film distributors and exhibitors are our top-line services. But it’s our comprehensive, hands-on film publicity and movie marketing strategies, developed and implemented in partnership with you, which set us apart from the big guys.
GRP delivers all the same services of a big agency—an exhaustive complement of media outlets, great relationships, digital marketing, and special events. But, again, it’s the difference that matters. With careful constructs, custom strategies, and acute attention to your needs, GPR keeps your priorities at the top of the list while getting results. Your success is our primary objective.
GPR makes a point to get to know its clients—how else can we provide you with the best if we don’t know your history, your short and long-term objectives, and how past entertainment public relations campaigns have worked for you, or not. Only then can we develop and execute a tactical plan tailored just for you and create a lasting relationship.
At GPR, you’ll never suffer from Big Agency Syndrome: Here, needs are met, expectations are exceeded, attention is paid, and phone calls and emails are returned. You’ll never get lost in the shuffle, and we’re always available when you need us. The more we invest in you, the more you invest in us—and we’re both worth it.
When life happens—and it will happen—we have to be ready. GPR is an accommodating and intimate agency that prefers to stay that way. We choose to give our time and expertise to a select group and believe that real partnerships can be developed only by us knowing you well and vice versa. One of our goals is to establish and foster long-term relationships so that you’ll want to return to GPR and count on us again and again for each new project in which you’re involved. We’re in it for the long haul!
Before your film publicity and movie marketing campaign commencing, we work together to create the best strategies your budget affords. Unless you’re with another agency whose payment protocol is already in place, once all parties sign off on your campaign GRP in Chicago separates it into an initial, an interim, and a final phase.
We feel it is optimal for clients who want to grow - yet have leaner budgets - to work on a retainer that is mutually agreed upon for everything to flow. Your needs will change so a retainer is the best way to get the full value of our expertise. When you’re satisfied, and we’re compensated foR tangible results, everyone wins.
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"Danielle Garnier and Garnier PR, have been absolutely a dream to work with from concept through completion. I've received hands-on first rate attention and it's shown every step of the way." - Aram Rappaport, CEO/The Boathouse; Movie Writer and Director (Syrup/The Crash/ Innocent)
Danielle and I worked closely together on the promotion of the "Ghost in the Shell" phenomenon in the U.S. She proved to be not only a great team player but also a forward-thinking, reliable, smart and efficient professional with great human qualities." Olivier Moreaux/ Director, Animated Film Publicity at Netflix
"Danielle manages to strike that rare balance, zealously representing her clients while always making her press contacts feel like VIPs. The result? A win for everyone lucky enough to work with her." - Chris Chiarella, Home Theater Magazine/Big Picture Big Sound
"So everyone knows, Danielle has been a godsend for our PR and such a supporter of me. Welcome to the family, Danielle. You'll always be my personal PR after this." - Matthew Aaron, Writer, Director, Actor (Landline
" Our YouTube views skyrocketed. Our screening at C2E2 in Chicago was a standing room only event, with people shouting and screaming with laughter. Press outlets wanted to cover the show. We owe her a debt of gratitude for taking our new project, and leaving no stone unturned to get us attention. We highly recommend her.
"Pat Giles, Design Supervisor for MTV’s “Daria,” Art Director for “Disney’s Stanley”, Character/Prop Designer for “Disney’s Doug”
"In the simplest of terms, Danielle is awesome. As a person, as a PR wizard and as a friend. There is no one better at what she does. And you can bank on that." - Todd Doogan, Adult Swim/Warner Media
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