Founder/Senior Publicist

Annie founded Cinematic Red in 2012 to further bridge the publicity and producing worlds. Utilizing years of expertise and a unique ability to apply inventive and innovative strategy on behalf of her clients, Annie continues to expand the reach of her clients with the Cinematic Red team.

Previously she spent four and a half years as head of the Film Division at Fifteen Minutes, where she handled all film campaigns, as well as working with talent on a wealth of individual projects including TV and books. With a lengthy background as both a talent & film publicist with expertise in award campaigns, independent film unit publicity, film festival, theatrical and DVD releases, she oversaw all aspects of the campaigns personally. Jeeves joined Fifteen Minutes in 2008 after eight years at IPG owned PMK/HBH and prior to that handled a number of international TV station re-launch campaigns, focused in corporate television and brand publicity at Pryor & Associates.

Over the years and throughout her career she has worked on a diverse set of projects and talent clients that include: Sesame Workshop, Afghan Women's Writing Project, AFI Conservatory Showcase, Women In Film, Maya Independent Film Series, “Craigslist TV,” “Tales Fro Beyond The Pale,” Queer Lounge, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library's “Clouds Over Cuba,” the Emmy nominated “Becoming Chaz,” Sundance Grand Jury winner “TV Junkie,” “Beyond Conviction,” “Shut Up & Sing,” and James Moll's “Inheritance,” “The Deal,” “Chapter 27,” “Lars and the Real Girl,” “Eastern Promises,” DocuWeeks selections “Dying To Do Letterman,” & “Once in a Lullaby: The PS22 Chorus Story,” “Wierdsville,” “Bitter Feast,” “Fix,” “I Sell the Dead,” “Unconditional,” The Hawk Is Dying,” and “Chapter 27,” as well as Kevin Lima, Charles Martin Smith, Rob Epstein, Russell Gewirtz, James Gunn, James Moll, Michael Arndt, Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, Allen Moyle, Alexandre Rockwell, Mike Binder, Dan Bucatinsky, Bryan Bertino, Charlize Theron, Jamie Lee Curtis, Damian Lewis, Martin Sheen, Barry Manilow, Nancy O'Dell, and Maria Bello, among others.