Jeremy Walker is veteran movie publicist with twenty years of experience who has created memorable campaigns for all kinds of movies. Until April 2008 Walker ran his own agency, Jeremy Walker + Associates; during that time he served as unit publicist for such films as Jason Reitman's "Juno" and "Thank You for Smoking," David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels" and "Undertow," and Mary Harron's "American Psycho" and worked on countless release and film festival campaigns. The agency's specialty was helping independent filmmakers prepare and position their work for the marketplace. Over the years he has represented such hot Sundance acquisitions as "Grace is Gone," "Waitress," "The Night Listener," "Hustle & Flow," "Open Water," "Garden State" and "The Cooler" as they went on the market there.
Walker started the agency shortly after "The Blair Witch Project" became a phenomenon: he had seen the film before its Sundance premiere and pretty much worked on it, with Clein + Walker agency partner Harry Clein, to the exclusion of everything else, for the next year or so.
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