10 Things to Know About VMP Social Media Strategist, Kea Allis

Once a movie is produced, it still needs to get out to the world so you, the audience, can see it an enjoy it. That is where the post-production team comes in. At VMP Films we have a whole team of people all over the world who are dedicated to telling you all about how great our films are and why you should go and see them. In the process, we get to meet a lot of neat film fans and learn all about what they like about going to the movies.

The VMP Post Production and Social Media Team spends a lot of time trying to get to know our audience, we’d thought we’d take some time to introduce them to you! Each week we’ll profile a member of our post-production team so you can get to know the people behind our awesome blogs, social media posts, and audience communications–the people behind the people behind the scenes.
So…here are 10 things you need to know about VMP Social Media Strategist Kea Allis.

numbers_1Where she lives

Virginia, USA

numbers_2What she does for the VMP Post Production Team

Social Media Strategist

numbers_3How long she’s been with VMP:

Approximately 3 months.

numbers_4Which Dostoyevsky work she loves the most:

Crime and Punishment

numbers_5What six words best describe her:

Excited, creative, people-oriented, organized spontaneity, wordy.

numbers_6Her top 3 favorite films of all time:

  1. Brazil – It feels like watching a Salvador Dali painting.

  2. Don’t Look Back – The one quote where Dylan says, “Be groovy… not for me, man, be groovy for you.”

  3. 2001: A Space Odyssey – It’s cheesy, but it was the first real *film* I was introduced to.

numbers_7Her top 3  favorite directors:

  1. Wes Anderson – Colors, mise en scene, and quirky characters

  2. Rob Reiner/Christopher Guest – Hilarious writing

  3. Kubrick – Because he’s bold and I’m film nerd trash. 😛

numbers_8The most interesting person she knows:

My roommate. He’s a painter/scientist while I’m a writer/media consultant. We agree on a lot of ideas, but have different ways of thinking towards them.


numbers_9Which entertainment award she would most like to win:

An Oscar for Best Original (or Adapted) Screenplay


numbers_19Her favorite place to be on a movie set:

In the director’s chair. I have a background in acting and videography and I LOVE guiding a team towards their artistic purpose.

You can follow Kea on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn: 


Instagram:  @keakurls

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kea-allis-214b4889

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Stacey Ford Osborne

Stacey is the Principal and CEO of the Economic Vitality Corporation, a consulting firm focused on development and marketing communications with a focus on non-profit, educational, and government agencies--much of her work concerns regional economic development in rural areas. She has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Brigham Young University and a Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Texas at El Paso. Stacey served as the host of the weekly radio talk show “State of the Arts” on the NPR affiliate in El Paso, Texas, and was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy Award in 2010 for her work as a writer/producer on the video project “Tell Us Your Story.”

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