Founded by award winning filmmaker Miranda Fleming. Whether you are a film or a city of thousands of people, Fanslike Agency aims to create engaging campaigns using the most effective online tools to market or sell directly to your fans and people.


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Miranda Fleming – Director of Campaigns, Founder Fanslike Agency

Miranda worked as an experienced Executive in the UK film industry and has produced award winning shorts including GONE which won the BBC New Filmmakers Award and the feature film DUMMY which starred Aaron Johnson in his first film role and was sold by Shoreline Entertainment and distributed by Lionsgate.

Miranda led the South East of England film talent strategy at the UK Film Council’s regional agency Screen South for five years. Miranda Executive produced many award winning shorts and features – features included ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE (2010 Special Jury Award Sundance), DONOR UNKNOWN (2010 Tribeca Audience Award) and SONS OF CUBA and HERE’S JOHNNY (which both won Grierson Awards).

After graduating with a Distinction on the Ingenious Media/NFTS Diploma for Entrepreneurial Producers in 2014, Miranda took up the position of Head of UK & Europe Film for San Francisco global crowdfunding platform Indiegogo in 2014 & 2015. Miranda worked as an executive on many European crowdfunding campaigns and was part of the film team supervising Fox Searchlight’s Super Troopers 2 and Vimeo’s Con Man which raised $4m and $3m respectively.

Bringing her skills together in creative filmmaking and fan engagement expertise Miranda founded Fanslike Agency in September 2015. 

 
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Helena Geilinger

Helena has been a freelance Campaign Manager for Fanslike Agency since 2015. She is currently based in Liverpool, and has just completed her Master's degree in Philosophy of Art. 

In 2014, Helena graduated with a degree in English Literature from Queen Mary, University of London. Since then, she has worked for various creative companies in London, Berlin and Melbourne, including Rivington Place Gallery, the British Museum and MADE.com. She is experienced in PR, Social Media and graphic design, and writes for arts magazines alongside her work.