Producer Kristoff St. John has a long history of press appearances and relationships based off of his television celebrity. In recent months A Man Called God has been acknowledged and plugged in both television and print interviews.
Upon release of A Man Called God, the Producers intend to hire a PR firm to insure maximum visibility both traditionally (i.e. TV, radio, print) and virally. The Producers have a relationship and track record with mPRm, the PR firm behind films such as Traffic, Memento, The Ring, Dreamgirls, Brokeback Mountain & Motorcycle Diaries, as well as documentaries such as March of the Penguins and An Inconvenient Truth.
Additionally, the St. John family has a level of celebrity that promises to entice valuable PR opportunities.
Kristoff St. John has a global fanbase, primarily driven by his 24+ years as a star of television’s highest rated soap opera The Young & The Restless. Millions of fans worldwide watch Kristoff on TV on a daily basis and tens of thousands of them consistently reach out to him through social media. His celebrity as a popular daytime actor has enabled him to appear on dozens of mainstream television and radio shows and hundreds of publications. Kristoff’s involvement as a minor with Sai Baba has been addressed and acknowledged previously by the BBC as well.
Christopher St. John has been a well-regarded player in urban cinema since the 60s. His crossover into television over the years has also been substantial. Christopher’s status as a cult icon is what enabled him to garner access to the elusive Sai Baba and document the inner workings of Baba’s ashram on film. That footage, which comprises the documentary A Man Called God, offers an extremely rare, never before seen look into Sai Baba’s secret world.