Generally, drama isn’t something I would suggest you bring into the workplace—that is, of course, unless you happen to be promoting one.
That’s sure to be the case at some point for 20th Century Fox’s new head of domestic theatrical publicity
. Responsible for the development and execution of all publicity strategies for the company’s entire roster of film titles, the role requires the candidate to be capable of maintaining a dialogue outside the movies to communicate with everyone from filmmakers and talent agents to various members of the press.
And if you’re not quite ready for your close-up with Mr. Demille, click here
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