Established in 1992, CLPR is one of Australia's leading film and television public relations consultants. Specialising in taking productions from script to screen, the company also manages corporate public relations, as well as handling the personal publicity requirements for a number of leading film and television identities.
Having managed campaigns for some of Australia’s most iconic films, including The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert, Blinky Bill and Exile, in 1999 CLPR was appointed by Beyond to handle their corporate and public relations working on titles including Lantana, as well as managing the domestic release campaign for Paul Cox’s Innocence and the unit and release publicity for The Magic Pudding.
In 2001 CLPR was appointed by 20th Century Fox Film Distributors to handle the Australian marketing and publicity campaigns for the Fox Searchlight catalogue. CLPR was integrally involved in the marketing and publicity campaigns for titles including Sexy Beast, Tigerland, One Hour Photo, 28 Days Later, Antwone Fisher, Perfect Strangers and The Dancer Upstairs.
Expanding their client base, CLPR went on to manage the Australian theatrical release publicity campaigns for titles including Donnie Darko, Paradise Now, Molokai: The Story of Father Damian and American Splendor. Further titles include One Night The Moon, Willfull, The Bet, Razzle Dazzle, Footy Legends and The Black Balloon, as well as working on the Australasian premiere of Die Another Day.
Appointed by Showtime Australia to handle the publicity campaigns of their special event television and the launch of the new premium channel showcase, CLPR managed the Australian publicity campaigns for Deadwood, Dexter, Love My Way Season Three, Tangle Seasons One and Two, Satisfaction, The Tudors, Rome and Tim Winton’s cloudstreet.
The campaign for cloudstreet received two ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Off-Air Program Promotion awarded to the most creative and effective off-air program promotion for a single subscription TV program, series or event and Most Outstanding PR/Communications Campaign awarded to the most creative and effective stand-alone PR or Communications campaign.
Specialising in television drama, CLPR has managed the unit publicity campaigns for ANZAC Girls, three seasons of the celebrated Janet King for Screentime, two seasons of the critically acclaimed The Code, Love Child Season 2 and Love Child Season 3 for Playmaker, as well as Blackfella Films' highly acclaimed telemovie Mabo and the full series of the celebrated and multi-award winning Redfern Now including the special event telemovie Redfern Now: Promise Me.
Other unit publicity credits include Ready For This, Hiding, Carlotta, A Moody Christmas, two seasons of Stop Laughing ... this is serious, Outback ER, Taking On the Chocolate Frog, Flying Miners and Outback Coroner.
Feature film unit publicity campaigns include Abe Forsythe's feature Down Under, Anupam Sharma's directorial debut unINDIAN, Now Add Honey, A Few Best Men and Not Suitable For Children. CLPR also handles the public relations requirements of Storm Vision Entertainment, most recently managing the unit publicity for Shane Abbess' new sci-fi feature SFv1 starring Kellan Lutz and Daniel MacPherson, and Chris Peckover's thriller Safe Neighborhood starring Olivia DeJonge, Levi Miller, Ed Oxenbould, Virginia Madsen and Patrick Warburton.
In 2016, CLPR has managed the unit publicity campaigns (in whole or in part) for numerous productions including the second season of First Contact, Doctor Doctor, The Wrong Girl, The Secret Daughter, House of Bond and Deep Water.
A specialist in corporate and personal publicity, CLPR clients (past and present) include Callan Park FPS, Spectrum Films, Australian Writers Guild and Morrissey Management - as well as personal publicity for some of the agency's clients.