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We are in the movie business!  Why?   It is a powerful marketing medium to offer our clients.  As we all know, for generations Coca-Cola (arguably the #1 brand in the world next to Google) has utilized entertainment to successfully promote its brands.

Read a recent article on Marketing Dynamics featured in C47 Magazine (April 2011) about our philosophy on film and marketing:  Marketing Producers

Marketing Dynamics has discovered the value of the magic of cinema to brands, companies, the culture, and the world for that matter.  Our firm continues to look for films with redemptive qualities or films that good brands would want to be associated with because of the story, the theme, or benefits to society at large.

Please review some of our developments in film here:

A Cinchcast Interview with Alvaro Rodriguez, Co-writer of “Machete” by Andy Valadez, President of Marketing Dynamics: Marketing Dynamics also secured a radio interview for Alvaro on CBS Radio which became a top billed interview on the radio site.

One of our Director Clients, Robby Henson

Few of Robby’s films showcased here at IMDB:  <Robby Henson>

We currently have a slate of films totaling in excess of $130M in budgets. Filmmaking is a collaborative art, with many taking several years to produce.  However, in motion picture, there are many ways to network and build friendships and allies in business, in life at the movies.

We help our filmmakers and businesses in theatrical releases in the following ways:

  • Review of the screenplay
  • Assist with initial website to help market the film to key producers
  • Development of selling tools to help promote the early stages of the film
  • On- the-set client relations opportunities
  • Celebrity Photo-Ops
  • Make phone calls to existing contacts in the industry to garner their interest and support
  • Help to secure music for the soundtrack through our connections and contacts
  • Use of cinematic photography for promotional benefits
  • Support film festivals (i.e., panelists, sponsorship, ticket sales, promotion strategy, etc.)
  • Help with movie trailer concepts
  • Media opportunities
  • Talent agency relations
  • Capital generation (raise money)
  • Premieres and events to help raise capital and project awareness
  • Attend key meetings to elevate opportunities for the film
  • Product placement support
  • Affinity groups to help market the project
  • Concept development (have a great film idea, we can help accelerate it)
  • Help our actors, writers, musicians, casting companies, crew, and directors get attached early to projects
  • Podcasts interviews to help share the story with interested parties
  • Webinars/conference calls (public or private)
  • Working with State Commissions to get your project on the radar
  • and more!

We are looking for films that focus on Americana, are historical, redemptive, family-oriented, inspirational, deal with challenging social themes, wholesome, international appeal, and thought-provoking.  Mainly films, that people want to see.  Our ideal budgets range from $2M to $30M.

 Movie trailer for “In Search of the American Dream” by Director Baldemar Rodriguez, featuring one of our actress clients, Kayla Valadez (

Another one of our special clients Kenna Rachelle Valadez stars
as “Haley” in “Haley’s Angel

We have raised funds for films and have helped our clients attract serious interest from veteran producers, writers, distribution contacts, directors, casting agencies, institutions, and actors.

Here is a brief of some of our feature films in development:

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Left to Right: Jeff Stolhand, Alvaro Rodriguez, and James R. Boy (Jim)

“Thy Will Be Done” based on a true story, written by Alvaro Rodriguez, Co-writer of Macheteand Jeff Stohland, estimated budget $20M. James R. Boy, Producer/Executive Producer and Andy Valadez, Co-producer/Co-executive Producer

“Broken April” written and directed by Robby Henson, starring Kris Kristofferson, Jewel, and Gretchen Wilson.  Estimated budget $3M (to be shot in Tennessee)

“The Rose Garden” The last battle of Viet Nam ( – Estimated budget $30M

“The Day the Music Died” the story of The Big Bopper ( Estimated budget $2.4M

Jodie Goes to Sturgis: A Survivor’s Ride” – ($150,000 budget, post production). Celebrating freedom and bringing a spotlight to military service, cancer survival, and domestic abuse.