WHO WE ARE

The Angellotti Company (TAC) is a film and television boutique public relations agency specializing in awards campaigns, new film releases, filmmakers and entertainment industry organizations. We plan and execute publicity strategies for films, filmmakers, production companies, industry events and awards of merit campaigns.

TAC’s seasoned publicity executives have implemented, supervised and/or executed the publicity campaigns for more than 250 motion pictures, as well as television projects, entertainment companies and filmmakers.

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MOVIES
MATTER

Academy Awards ®

Golden Globes ®

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OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE

Partial Client & Project List

Live Action
Feature Films

(* indicates Oscar/Golden Globe Campaigns)
8 MILE* (Best Song winner)
A BEAUTIFUL MIND* (Oscar Best Picture winner)
ABOUT A BOY (GG nominee, Oscar Best Screenplay nom)*
ALL THE PRETTY HORSES*
AMERICAN GANGSTER*
BILLY ELLIOT* (3 Oscar noms)
BIRD* (GG winning director)
BLADE RUNNER 2049
BULLETS OVER BROADWAY (Miramax) *
CHANGELING* (3 Oscar noms)
CHARLIE WILSON’S WAR*
CHASING AMY (Miramax)
CHOCOLAT* (5 Oscar noms)
CINDERELLA MAN*
CLERKS 1 & 2 (Kevin Smith)
DANCES WITH WOLVES (Best Picture winner)
DOGMA (Miramax)
EMMA*
EMPIRE OF THE SUN *
ENCHANTED APRIL (Miramax)
THE ENGLISH PATIENT * (Best Picture winner)
ERIN BROKOVICH* (5 Oscar noms)
EVERYONE SAYS I LOVE YOU (Miramax)*
FIELD OF DREAMS* (Oscar nom)
FIRST MAN
FREE STATE OF JONES
FROST NIXON* (5 Oscar noms)
GET OUT  (4 Oscar noms)
GODS AND MONSTERS (script Oscar winner)
GOODFELLAS (Best Picture nom)*
GOOD WILL HUNTING (Best Picture nom)*
GREEN BOOK* Best Picture Winner
HAMLET (Warner Bros.)*
HAMLET (Miramax)
JARHEAD*
JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK (Kevin Smith)
JERSEY GIRL (Kevin Smith)
KING KONG* (GG nom director)
LOVE ACTUALLY (GG Nom)
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL* (Oscar winner)
MALCOLM X (Warner Bros.)*
MARVIN’S ROOM* (Oscar nom)
MAN ON THE MOON
MRS. BROWN (Judi Dench nominee)
MULHOLLAND DRIVE* (David Lynch director nominee)
MUNICH* (5 Oscar noms)
NEWS OF THE WORLD* (4 Oscar noms)
THE PIANO (Best Picture nom)*
POINT BREAK (2015)
PRESUMED INNOCENT (Warners)*
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Focus)
PRISONERS Hugh Jackman
PULP FICTION (Best Picture nom) *
RAY (Best Picture nom, 6 noms)
REVERSAL OF FORTUNE*
SEABISCUIT* (GG, Oscar nominee Best Picture)
SECRETS & LIES (Best Picture nom) *
SERENDIPITY
SHADOW OF A VAMPIRE (Lionsgate)
SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (Oscar Best Picture winner)
SHAUN OF THE DEAD (Focus)
SLIDING DOORS (G Paltrow)
SLING BLADE* (Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton)
STEVE JOBS*
STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON* (Oscar nom)
THE GOOD SHEPHERD*
THE PRODUCERS* (5 GG nominations)
WINGS OF THE DOVE (Oscar noms)*
WAYNE’S WORLD (Paramount)
ZERO DARK THIRTY

Large Format &
Documentary Films

LARGE FORMAT FILMS

CAVES (MacGillivray Freeman Films)
DOLPHINS (MFF) Oscar Nominee
CORAL REEF ADVENTURE (MFF)
YOUNG BLACK STALLION (Disney)
ULTIMATE X (Disney)
SACRED PLANET (Disney)
GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS (James Cameron)

DOCUMENTARIES

AMERICAN DREAM (Oscar & LA Film Critics Award)
CATFISH
DEADLY CURRENTS
DOLPHINS (Oscar nominee)
HARLEM DIARY (Discovery)
JAMES CAMERON’S GHOSTS OF THE ABYSS
JOURNEY INTO AMAZING CAVES
THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE (USA Films)
MR. DEATH (Errol Morris)
NEW YORK DOLL
PARIS IS BURNING (Miramax)
THE HISTORY OF SEX (History Channel)
THE BIG ONE (Michael Moore)
THE PROMISED LAND (Discovery)
SEX, DRUGS AND DEMOCRACY
SUPERSTAR: THE ANDY WARHOL STORY
UNCOVERED: THE WAR ON IRAQ
WE STEAL SECRETS (Alex Gibney)

Foreign-Language /
International Films

ARTEMESIA (France, GG nominee)
BLUE (Miramax)* (France, GG nominee )
BEYOND SILENCE* (Germany, Oscar nominee)
BUTTERFLY* (Germany)
CHILDREN OF HEAVEN (Oscar Nominee, Iran)
CLOSE TO EDEN (Oscar nominee, Mongolia)
COLONEL CHABERT (GG nominee, France)
EVERYBODY FAMOUS (Oscar nominee)
FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE (Oscar nominee, Hong Kong)
FIRST THEY KILLED MY FATHER*
FOUR DAYS IN SEPTEMBER* (Oscar nominee, Brazil)
KEYS TO THE HOUSE (Italy)
KOLYA* (Czech, Rep, Best For Lang winner)
LEA (GG nominee, Germany)
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL (Best For Lang winner)
LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE (Mexico, GG nominee)
LOWER CITY (Brazil)
100 STEPS (Italy, GG nominee)*
ORFEU* (Brazil, Warner Bros)
MALENA* (Italy, 2 Oscar noms)
NO MAN’S LAND (UA)* (Croatia, Best For Lang Winner)
QUEEN MARGOT (GG nominee, France)
RED (France, Oscar nominee) *
RIDICULE (France, Oscar nominee)
SHALL WE DANCE? (Japan)
STRAWBERRY AND CHOCOLATE * (Cuba, Oscar nom)
TEMPTRESS MOON (Oscar nominee, China)
THE FIRST BEAUTIFUL THING (Italy)
THE BEST MAN (GG nominee, Italy)
THE FLOWERS OF WAR (China)*
THE LAST KISS  (Italy)
TO BEGIN AGAIN (Spain, Best For Lang Winner)
TOUS LES MATINS DU MONDE (France, GG nominee)

Animated
Feature Films

BIG HERO 6* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
BOLT (Animated Oscar Nomination)
BRAVE* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
BROTHER BEAR (Animated Oscar Nomination)
CARS* (Animated Oscar Nomination)
CARS 2
CARS 3
COCO* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner
FINDING DORY
FINDING NEMO* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
FRANKENWEENIE* (Animated Oscar Nomination)
FROZEN* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE (Animated Oscar Nomination)
INSIDE OUT* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
LILO & STITCH (Animated Oscar Nomination)
MOANA (2 Oscar noms)
MONSTERS, INC. (2 Oscar noms)
MONSTERS UNIVERSITY
ONWARD* (Animated Oscar nomination)
PRINCESS AND THE FROG (3 Oscar noms) 
RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET* (Animated Oscar nomination) 
RATATOUILLE* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
SOUL* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner & Best Score winner)

SPIRITED AWAY (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
TANGLED (Golden Globe nominee)
THE INCREDIBLES (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
THE INCREDIBLES 2* (Animated Oscar nomination)
TOY STORY 3*
(Best Animated Feature Oscar winner, Best Picture nominee)
TOY STORY 4* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
TREASURE PLANET (Animated Feature nomination)
UP (5 noms, 2 wins) (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
WALLE – 6 noms (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)
WINNIE THE POOH
WRECK-IT RALPH* (Animated Oscar nomination)
ZOOTOPIA* (Best Animated Feature Oscar winner)

Filmmakers &
Special Events

FILMMAKERS

JOHN DAVIS
BRAD BIRD
STEVEN SODERBERGH
LAWRENCE GORDON
GARY ROSS
ROD LURIE
JOHN MADDEN
MARC FORSTER
MARK BOAL
MIRA NAIR
RYAN FLECK & ANNA BOWDEN
GALE ANNE HURD
OLIVER STONE
KEVIN SMITH
KATHRYN BIGELOW
…and dozens of others.

SPECIAL EVENTS

BAFTA LA (corporately and all annual events, 1996-2006)
CRITICS CHOICE AWARDS (1996-2004)
ATAS/ EMMYS (1989-1996)
PALM SPRINGS FILM FESTIVAL (’93)
SEATTLE FILM FESTIVAL (’93, ’94 , ’95, ’97, 2002)
WOMEN IN FILM MENTOR AWARDS (’98 & ’99

Companies &
Organizations

ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES
ALCON ENTERTAINMENT
ALCON TELEVISION
ANNAPURNA PICTURES
BAFTA/LA
CRISTAL PICTURES
DAVIS ENTERTAINMENT
FILM 44 (Peter Berg)
MIRAMAX FILMS
MISHER FILM
NBC
NETFLIX
PAGE 1 (Mark Boal)
PIXAR ANIMATION STUDIOS
RAI CORPORATION
SIDNEY KIMMEL ENTERTAINMENT
STARZ
WALT DISNEY CO.
WALT DISNEY ANIMATION STUDIOS
WARNER BROS. (Academy campaigns since 2000)
UNIVERSAL PICTURES (Academy campaigns)

USC SCHOOL OF CINEMATIC ARTS
WORKING TITLE FILMS

OUR IDEALS

collaboration

The Film & Television Industries are quite possibly the most collaborative endeavors in the world. Hundreds of people work together to create an immersive experience on film and deliver a great story, well-told. Publicity and marketing are integral parts of the team. We collaborate with filmmakers and studios to serve their vision and deliver the best possible experience to audiences around the world.

stability & longevity

We have been the exclusive awards consultant for all Universal Pictures live action films since 2000, and all of Walt Disney Animation Studios & Pixar Animation Studios features since 2001. We’ve worked with filmmakers, executives and marketing departments of both companies. Prior to working with both Universal and Disney, Tony Angellotti managed Oscar® and Golden Globe® campaigns for Miramax from 1991 – 2000, both as part of his former partnership, Weissman/Angellotti, and The Angellotti Company.

passion & innovation

We’re passionate about movies and television. We’re always searching for unique and unexpected ways to promote a film and its creators. We’ve been at the forefront of awards campaign innovations for more than three decades. The stories behind a film create new opportunities for us to serve our clients.

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