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JWC Adds San Diego Film Foundation & The San Diego Film Festival to Client Roster

J. Walcher Communications, a public relations agency based in San Diego,  has been hired by the San Diego Film Foundation to promote the San Diego Film Festival. The 2014 Festival is on September 24-28, with award-winning studio and independent films, filmmakers, actors, panels and parties.

J. Walcher Communications will help the Festival, heading into its 13th year, raise its visibility in the San Diego market through a variety of public relations services.

Dale Strack, the Foundation’s chairman and CEO, said, “JWC’s deep experience in the local market, combined with Jean Walcher’s background in the film industry, makes them a very effective partner to continue to grow a presence for the San Diego Film Festival in San Diego, and the film industry as a whole.”

The San Diego Film Foundation supports and advances the best and brightest independent filmmakers both domestically and internationally, engaging and propelling the economic vitality of the film industry and San Diego.

For more information about the San Diego Film Festival, visit www.sdfilmfest.com.

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