Sydney, Australia – Havas Group’s specialist entertainment communications agency, Organic Pacific, have announced a number of new business wins, as part of its continued growth.
Organic Pacific has been appointed by Universal Pictures Content Group to partner on Lee Kernaghan: The Boy from the Bush and Reef: Stalked, BMG Records, collaborating on the multiverse of Future/Never experiences from Daniel Johns, Every Cloud Productions for an unannounced unit publicity project, Moving Story to promote their annual calendar of film festivals, and Black Pearl Productions to manage the social media strategy for ‘Bosch & Rockit’, as well as Greenlight Productions for ‘Straya and Ever After’. Moreover, Organic has also been engaged by The Alliance Francaise Film Festival for the second year running.
The Sydney-based operation launched as Organic’s APAC arm in October 2021, joining the group’s multi-territory operations in London and Los Angeles to bring innovative publicity and social media services to content creators and distributors in film, television, music, and gaming across Australia and New Zealand.
Philippe Ostermann, business development manager at The Alliance Francaise Film Festival, shared that the team at Organic Pacific are a joy to work with and achieved exceptional results for their wonderful film festival last year.
“Their connections are unparalleled and as we grow the festival and our offerings for sponsors the decision to work with them again was an easy one. We are very excited about what we can achieve together this year,” said Ostermann.
Meanwhile, Annabelle Gigliotti, Organic Pacific’s head of entertainment, commented that they are thrilled to be partnering with the industry’s best on this range of exciting new projects, and they felt there was a gap in the market for internationally connected entertainment communications and the success of this first year proves that the industry agrees.
“What our team has achieved in under a year since we launched in Australia is something I’m exceptionally proud of, and we’ll continue to deliver our world-class communications services – while having the best time doing it,” said Gigliotti.