Selling The Government On Movie Magic

Jerome, Sara
April 2010
National Journal;4/10/2010, p22
The article discusses the move of Jamie Pericola of the Seward Square Group to promote the U.S. government's shift into opportunities for clients. It states that Pericola signed the producers of the film "Crooked Arrows" which focuses on the American Indian lacrosse culture and is now lobbying for support at Capitol Hill. It also notes several groups that Pericola is looking at for film funding which include the White House East Wing, Cabinet departments on Education or Health and Human Services, and foundations.


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