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Nicole Goesseringer Muj


Nicole Goesseringer Muj is the founder of KULTURA PR (kulturapr.com), a boutique public relations agency that specializes in international entertainment and cultural clients, including Comcast International Media Group (E! Entertainment, The Style Network, G4, Versus), Metan Development Group, Eurocinema On Demand, Seductively French, RockTheWeb!, Berlin Tourism Marketing, The Stas Namin Centre/Russian Nights Festival, Maverick Entertainment Group, Romance in A Can Film Festival, film “No Bad Days,” The Los Angeles St. Petersburg Sister City Committee, Face Forward, author Janine Shepherd, film “The Red Robin,” Lera de Marina Fine Jewelry, Le Savonnier Marseillais, Steve Barakatt and Vincent Pastore (“Sopranos”). 
 
Previously, Nicole served as Associate Director, Worldwide Publicity, E! Networks for over four years, where she oversaw media relations for E!'s rapidly expanding international division, including the E! International Network and E!'s program sales division. She also was responsible for domestic trade and consumer publicity for E!, The Style Network and E! Online.   

Additionally, she worked in new media/entertainment convergence public relations at mPRm Public Relations and was responsible for several high profile accounts, including Sony Pictures. Nicole also worked at Steeplechase Media/Comspan Communications as Director of Marketing where she oversaw marketing communications for Comspan Communications, Steeplechase Media, and Comspan Russia, the first company to bring Western entertainment and sporting acts to Moscow and St. Petersburg.

She holds a Master of Arts in Communications from California State University, Fullerton, and a Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Studies from the University of Ottawa in Canada.  She also is a published journalist and frequent contributor to Los Angeles and Las Vegas Informer, Jetset Magazine and Quoi de Neuf?
 


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Cloud 21 and Kultura PR Present “Indie Film Showcase At Park City”

Cloud21 (www.cloud21.com) and Kultura PR (www.kulturapr.com) are pleased to present the” Indie Film Showcase At Park City” that will be held during Sundance Film Festival on January 21st at 2 PM at Bodega on Main. 

The by-invitation only event will feature a six person panel that includes entertainment industry veteran,  E! co-founder Larry Namer. Namer is the president/CEO of Metan Global Entertainment Group (www.metanglobalentertainment.com), a multi-media company focused on delivering Western entertainment content to China, and conversely, producing and exporting high-quality content in China to be sold and distributed internationally. The company recently launched the MGEG Film Fund I, of which it serves as managing partner. MGEG FILM FUND I provides loans against tax credits and incentives and other forms of secured financing to film and content companies around the world for projects in the $500K to $20 million budget range.  

Australian filmmaker and president of Bad Hat Films (www.badhatfilms.com.au) David Raynor will present his latest work ‘We Need To Talk’, a 42 minute short film about youth suicide prevention, a sensitive topic that he has handled with thoughtfulness and integrity. The film is being developed into a feature film in 2018, with an accompanying book and music video. His other notable, award-winning works include “Hello Tom Sullivan,” “Karlisha and Morgan” and “So This Is It Then.” In 2018, he also plans to produce “Ubiquitous” a feature with a French film noir overtone. Prior to becoming a filmmaker, Raynor was one of the top names in the global beauty industry. 

Three time Telly Award-winning filmmaker, Sue Vicory (www.suevicory.com)  has been creating community-based films and projects within her not for profit production company, Heartland Films, Inc. since 2003. Her works include  "Homelessness & the Power of One,” feature documentaries “One” and "Kansas City Jazz & Blues; Past, Present & Future" and short films “Absent” and "1898, The W.F. Norman Story. In 2015, she founded Team XX, an all female team of 25 filmmakers that created the award-winning film “Down Stage.” Vicory is a member of the LA based Alliance of Women Directors and creator of the website www.womendocumentaryfilmmakers.com to increase visibility for female filmmakers.

Filmmaker Jeff Witzeman is the writer/producer/director of the controversial documentary “Cancer Can Be Killed” (www.cancercanbekilled.com) that currently is on the festival circuit and available worldwide on Amazon Prime. Witzeman was inspired to make the film after his wife Kerry was cured and cancer free after receiving non-traditional treatments in Europe, instead of opting for the often aggressive treatment methods promoted by the U.S. medical community. Previously he worked as an actor, writer and musician. In the 90’s, he starred in such shows as “Frazier,” “Webster” and a Miller Genuine Draft Super Bowl commercial. In 2000, Jeff Witzeman & The Jealous Housewives became the most radio played unsigned band in America. 

Monica Morrison of the event’s official media partner  I Entertainment News (www.ientertainmentnews.com) will moderate the hour long panel, which will also be podcast.   Morrison is the CEO of B Team Media Group and founder of Indie Entertainment Magazine. She produces several podcast shows, including Indie Entertainment Podcast. An advocate for children and filmmakers, she recently launched FundIndies.org, a “pay it forward” niche crowd funding site for independent filmmakers and musicians. A portion of the proceeds go to the “Gracie-Maeve Institute for the Creative Arts,” a creative institute that promotes health and well-being for young adults who have been abandoned or neglected as children or who have grown up in the foster care system.

Following the panel will be a VIP reception where media and industry will have the chance to meet and mingle with the panelists.

Additional panelists and sponsors to be announced shortly.

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For more information, please contact nicolekultura@gmail.com

Cloud 21 PR and Kultura PR have produced events at Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals, including most recently “A Salute to Akira Kurosawa” with China’s Jinke Entertainment at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. The companies have co-produced events and worked with top entertainment and technology brands, including E!, Eurocinema, Maverick Entertainment, Sony Interactive, Oculus, Cinando, Euromed, ECU Film Festival, Creative Coalition, plus many others.

 

 

 

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