Wartime Wanderers has already achieved considerable publicity and we have the ability to achieve a lot more prior to the film's release.

Just a few of the planned programs are:

BBC Radio 2    Mark Kermode's Film Review

BBC Radio 4    The Film Programme

Radio 1 & 1Xtra Movies Programme

Radio Manchester

Bolton Radio

TV

'The One Show' has already asked to cover the project

ITV 'This Morning'


Marketing

Company   

The Black Arts Company will be appointed to undertake promotional planning and event management.  The people at Black Arts have a string record of original and effective promotions. For instance, their director, Ian Cassie, originated the concept of the Lancaster Bomber that flew across London dropping poppies in 2012. 

Click here to go to the Black Arts web site


Sponsors

There is a multitude of businesses that were active in 1939 and that still trade today.  We will approach several of these and ask for funding for the film and offer product placement (in a relatively low-key way).  For instance the biggest advertisment at Burnden park in 1939 was for OXO!

Bolton Evening News
Ford Ovaltine
Aspro
Frys Cocoa Parker pens
Bisto
Fyffes Bananas Persil
Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Guinness Radio Times
Bovril
GUS Rowntree
Brasso
HMV Sainsburys
Brylcreem
Hoover Skegness
Burnden Park Pie Shop
HP Sauce Smiths Crisps
BWFC
Joseph Holt Brewery Swan Vestas
Cadburys
Land Rover Weetabix
Cross & Blackwell
Matchless Motorcycles WH Smith
Daddies Sauce
McDougalls Flour Wrights Coal Tar Soap





Internet

WW Web Site

Video Web link to production

Blog

Facebook

Twitter

Email campaign


Book

Mainstream Publishing - Re-print October 2015



Documentary - see 'The Documentary' page on this site.


Charities

The Producers have committed to donate £10,000 from their own fees to each of four charities: