top of page
tsp2_unit_00135_optimized (2).jpg


ARPR is an award-winning boutique Film & TV PR and Marketing Agency providing premium services for both International & Domestic, including:

  • Theatrical & On Demand

  • TV launches & TV Streaming

  • Oscar & BAFTA Awards Campaigns

  • Festival Publicity

  • Unit Publicity

  • Personal Publicity

  • Social Media Marketing 

  • Events & Premieres

We have represented many critically acclaimed and award-winning

Film & TV Campaigns and have been nominated for our campaigns and won awards at the prestigious SCREEN AWARDS for 6 consecutive years.

ARPR is passionate about executing first class PR & Marketing and building long lasting relationships with clients and journalists based on trust and consistently delivering powerful results.



  • The Divide (Le fracteur) (in competition)

  • Commitment Hasan (Un Certain regard)

  • House Arrest (Un Certain regard)

  • Robust (Critics’ Week)

  • The Gravedigger’s Wife (Critics’ Week)

  • Our Men (Director’s Fortnight)

  • A Brighter Tomorrow (Director’s Fortnight)

  • Manto (Un Certain regard)


  • The Godfather, The Last Waltz, The Truman Show, Singin' in the Rain, The Last Picture Show


ARPR won Best Event Cinema Campaign for The Importance Of Being Earnest starring David Suchet and Best Home Entertainment Campaign of the Year for The Machine.

ARPR has been nominated for the SCREEN AWARDS for 6 consecutive years, also nominated for Best Theatrical Campaign of the Year for Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women starring Michelle Williams, Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern and Lily Gladstone (BFI LFF Best Film winner) and for Best Premiere of the Year for The Machine.


We have managed PR campaigns for Oscar®, BAFTA and Golden Globe-nominated films, including: Memory starring Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, Margin Call (dir. J.C.Chandor) and How To Survive a Plague, as well as Pablo Larrain's Neruda – which was Golden Globe nominated for Best Foreign Language Film as well as his previous title The Club. We also lead the BAFTA and Theatrical campaign for BAFTA-nominated Sherpa by BAFTA winning producer John Smithson (Touching The Void). More recently we managed PR campaigns for Dying to Divorce - the UK's Academy Awards® entry for Best International Feature Film, as well as BAFTA nominated Electric Malady, Pamfir (Cannes Directors' Fortnight) and BIFA winning Our River...Our Sky.


We have worked on many classic 4K restoration film re-releases such as: Raging Bull, Alien, The Shining, Psycho, The Big Lebowski, Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula, Roman Holiday, Donnie Darko, Heathers, The Shawshank Redemption, Predator, Powell & Pressburger’s A Matter of Life and Death.


We managed PR for the following campaigns:

SECRET CINEMA Presents Back To The Future

SECRET CINEMA Presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

working closely with Disney as well as pop up events for Secret Cinema including one for Asif Kapadia’s AMY at the Koko Club, Camden, as well as

SECRET CINEMA Presents Dr Strangelove (Kubrick).



We also represent TV Streaming Aggregator ScreenHits TV - a game changer for TV streaming, integrating all TV streaming platforms and Live TV in one easy to use App and we previously worked with Rakuten TV and the EMPIRE AWARDS.


Theatrical titles include: Memory starring Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, Joanna Hogg's critically acclaimed: The Souvenir: Part II, Inland starring Mark Rylance, Ron Howard’s Made In America, J.C.Chandor’s Margin Call starring Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons for Paramount, BAFTA nominated documentary Sherpa, executive produced by BAFTA winning John Smithson (Touching The Void), David Mackenzie’s Perfect Sense starring Ewan McGregor and Eva Green, 40thAnniversary campaign for Monty Python and the Holy Grail and 50th Anniversary of Lawrence of Arabia, critically-acclaimed Berlin Award-winner Stations of the Cross by Dietrich Brüggemann, Oscar nominated documentary How To Survive a Plague as well as We Are X by the Oscar winning producers of Searching For Sugar Man. We have also managed international publicity and international PR territories for titles.


We have represented many issues based, controversial and political documentaries in the past, most recently we worked on Is There Anybody Out There?, F@ck This Job (Tango With Putin) about press freedom of speech in Russia, Active Measures - on Trump/Putin relations during the Mueller Report and the shock Michael Jackson doc Leaving Neverland (HBO/Channel 4). Other documentary titles include: the UK's Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film Dying To Divorce, Memory Box: Echoes of 9/11, Holocaust documentary Destination Unknown, The Beatles: It Was Fifty Years Ago Today, David Bowie Is, Gary Numan Android in La La Land, The Islands and the Whales, Scottish BAFTA winners Nae Pasaran and Eye of the Storm, I Am Breathing, Salute and Still The Enemy Within.


Charlize Theron, Ben Stiller, Ewan McGregor, Eva Green, John Hurt, Jeremy Irons, Andy Garcia, Josh Hartnett, Daryl Hannah, Jean Reno, Willem Dafoe, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Paul Bettany, Danny Huston, Mark Rylance, David Suchet, Eiza Gonzalez, Mathieu Amalric, Eric Cantona, David Byrne, Warwick Davis, Carl Barat, Mark Strong, Verne Troyer, Phil Davis, Backstreet Boys, Status Quo, etc


Agnes Varda, Lars von Trier, Jim Jarmusch, Paolo Sorrentino, Peter Strickland, Kelly Reichardt, Claire Denis, Katherine Bigelow, Ron Howard, J.C.Chandor, Joanna Hogg, Hirokazu Koreeda, Richard Kelly, Francois Ozon, Todd Solondz etc.


  • Dying To Divorce - the UK's Official Submission for International Feature Film at the 94th Academy Awards® and Best Documentary category

  • Is There Anybody Out There?

  • F@ck This Job (Tango With Putin)

  • We Are X - Stephen Kijak / John Battsek

  • Sherpa (BAFTA Nominated) – Theatrical & BAFTA Campaign / Discovery

  • Leaving Neverland – HBO/Channel 4

  • The Oil Machine

  • Memory Box: Echoes of 9/11 - Sky

  • Churchill and the Movie Mogul - BBC

  • Active Measures

  • You’ve Been Trumped Too (dir. Anthony Baxter)

  • Eye of the Storm – winner BAFTA Scotland (dir. Anthony Baxter)

  • Destination Unknown

  • The Beatles: It Was Fifty Years Ago Today

  • Gary Numan Android in La La Land

  • Rivercide (dir. Franny Armstrong)

  • I Am Belmaya

  • Dugma: The Button

  • The Last Man on the Moon

  • Dying Laughing

  • David Bowie Is

  • How To Survive A Plague: Oscar nominated 2013

  • Dennis Skinner: Nature of the Beast

  • In Pursuit of Silence

  • Utopia / The War You Don't See (John Pilger)

  • Warriors

  • Path of Blood

  • Death of a Gentleman

  • The Closer We Get

  • Chuck Norris vs Communism

  • Fire in the Blood

  • The Divide

  • The Flaw

  • The Islands and the Whales

  • Nae Pasaran – winner at Scottish BAFTAs

  • A Cambodian Spring

  • Still the Enemy Within

  • Filmed in Supermarionation

  • The Supreme Price

  • Ride, Rise, Roar (David Byrne)

  • I Am Breathing

  • Back to Berlin

  • More Than Honey

  • My Stuff

  • After the Apocalypse

  • When China Met Africa

  • Desert Runners

  • Salute

  • The Big Meeting

bottom of page