Together Films has announced Miranda Fleming as Head of Impact and Client Services. Miranda will lead the impact team on key social impact entertainment campaigns for new film releases and brands, including Tribeca titles Battleground (in partnership with Red Owl Pictures) and Fashion Reimagined. Reporting into Sarah Mosses, Founder and CEO of Together Films, “the role feeds into Together Films growth ambitions as they expand to become the leading social impact agency in the UK and US.”
Fleming brings 25-years of film industry experience to the team, having previously worked as Head of Marketing for Bohemia Fantasia, helming the marketing for their larger titles, Rebel Dykes and Rebel Dread, supported by the BFI Audience Fund. Whilst there, she developed and built out Bohemia’s film-streaming platform, Bohemia Euphoria. Fleming ran Fanslike Agency for five years, with clients including the BFI and Universal Pictures. In 2015 she was Head of UK Film for the San Francisco crowdfunding platform, Indiegogo. Prior to this she led talent strategy for the South East with the UK Film Council at Screen South, and executive produced a slate of feature films (including Sundance Winner, Enemies of the People) as well as producing her own award-winning films, Dummy (Shoreline Films/Lionsgate) and Gone (BBC New Filmmakers Award).
Flemingcomments: ”I’m thrilled to be working with Sarah [Mosses] and her wonderful team at Together Films. My work at Indiegogo specialised in finding new audiences and mobilising them for impact campaigns, and my recent work at Bohemia Fantasia focused on marketing to niche and diverse audiences – I am therefore so happy to find myself taking up this role in such a dynamic and forward-thinking impact entertainment company.”
Together Films are leading on impact activation for four titles premiering at Tribeca Film Festival in June, includingBattleground (in partnership with Red Owl Pictures), Fashioned Reimagined (about trailblazing designer Amy Powney), To the End (from the filmmakers behind Knock Down the House) and Lift, directed by Oscar-nominated David Petersen).
Together Films has also promoted Alana Jeffery to Head of Impact Strategy. Jeffery recently spearheaded the UK & European strategy and campaign activation for We the Power, a film that educates audiences about the benefits of community energy; and led the strategy for 2022 HotDocs Audience Award winner Eternal Spring. She’s currently working on the strategy and partnership development for Tribeca title Fashioned Reimagined.
Jeffery, who has been with Together Films since March 2020, comments: “Since joining Together Films, I am proud to have worked alongside so many wonderful film teams to bring clarity to their impact & audience strategies. As we enter into an exciting new phase, as audiences come back together in person, I look forward to growing our partner network, and developing our internal frameworks to continue to amplify important stories.”
Sarah Mosses, CEO and Founder of Together Films said: “We’re absolutely delighted to recognise Alana’s contribution, and to welcome Miranda to the team. Miranda’s wealth of experience in film marketing, event activation and production will escalate our global campaigns. Alana has proved to be an indispensable member of our team with a quick intuition on strategic thinking and a growing portfolio of funding partners. With four key releases at Tribeca Film Festival, both Miranda and Alana will play key roles in ensuring these films reach international audiences and create real change.”