On this episode of Pitching PR, I get to speak with Natalie Potosi. She explains what it’s like working at film festivals, particularly managing press junkets and dealing with unexpected bumps in the road.
Natalie worked as an assistant at Alliant Films before joining Entertainment One’s PR/Promotions department. Now, she manages their PR team. Every year, she also works the Toronto International Film Festival. Listen in as Natalie describes her career path and what it’s like managing press junkets at film festivals.
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“The biggest thing that I’ve learned over the years is to build buffer time into your schedule.” -Natalie Potosi
“Remember that you’re dealing with people and they have their own quirks.” -Natalie Potosi
“Everything will work out…you just have to adapt and do your best…Never assume that a schedule is finalized.” -Natalie Potosi