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I wanted to thank the Picket Fence Media team, especially Lauralyn Loynes, for helping with the digital ad for the WeAreOne Film Festival and the documentary WAKE UP focused on suicide and mental health. 

The documentary received almost 20,000 views, which is extraordinary in a normal film festival scenario. The documentary received accolades from Indie Wire and Variety

Their digital ad definitely played a part in that success. This is a great example that digital advertising works.

PS: WAKE UP will be screened in Newport Beach from Aug 6 -20.

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