Work With Me

Do you have a film or geeky product you'd like me to review? or sponsor a campaign on my blog? As a freelance writer and pop culture blogger living the geek life, I'm excited you're looking to partner with me. Take a look at the services below including the events and filmmakers I've been proud to collaborate with in the past:

Screener Exchange: Looking to expand your film to a wider audience? Send me a screener in exchange for an honest review to be shared on Oh So Geeky and social media. 

Product Reviews: Send me your product - book, apparel, accessories, home decor - and in return, I'll publish a review here on Oh So Geeky  and share your product across social media

Sponsored Posts: Pitch your campaign in a sponsored post published on Oh So Geeky and spotlighted across social media. No link insertion campaigns.

If you would like to exchange a screener review or hire me to create content for your outlet,
email me at 
katyrochelle@outlook.com for inquiries.

Press Coverage

Athena Film Festival 2021 Virtual press coverage of the Athena Film Festival screening films such as Beans, Mama Gloria, Julia Scotti: Funny That Way, Test Pattern, and short film collection

In the past, I've attended MegaCon Orlando and GeekyCon with press accreditation, covering these events with interviews, photography, and reporting. Coverage for MegaCon Orlando includes: Dan Fogler Makes a Fantastic AppearanceTom Wilson Brings the LaughsCelebrating Stan Lee on His Farewell TourRipley's Believe It Or Not Debut.

Screening Features

Kid 90 (2021) documentary directed by Soleil Moon Fyre opening the vault of her video collection to offer a nostalgic and honest look of 90s celebritydom

Ruth: Justice Ginsburg In Her Own Words (2021) - documentary directed by Freida Lee Mock exploring the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg life and career

Clover (2020) - directed by Jon Abrahams, starring Jon Abrahams, Mark Webber, and Nicole Elizabeth Berger

Deep in Vogue (2020) documentary shining a light on the history of Voguing and Manchester and Liverpool based houses prepare for their ICONS Vogue Ball

The Nest (2020) explores lies and the deceit of ambition to achieve the American dream - directed by Sean Durkin, starring Jude Law and Carrie Coon

Once Upon A River (2020) - unleashes a promising debut for Native America young adult films - directed and written by Haroula Rose

A Call To Spy (2019) highlights the women-led resistance during World War II - directed by Lydia Dean Pilcher

Relic (2020) adds a new generational twist to 'haunted house' classics - directed by Natalie Erika James

Driveways (2019) influence lies in its is slice-of-life simplicity and age-defying friendship - directed by Andrew Ahn

The Other Lamb (2018) gives rage a new visceral leash on life - directed by MaƂgorzata Szumowska

Summerland (2020) immerses the wartime genre with magic and love - directed by Jessica Swale

(M.O.M.) Mothers of Monsters (2020) - directed by Tucia Lyman, Melinda Page Hamilton, Bailey Edwards

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (2020) - directed by Michael Fimognari, starring Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Jordan Fisher

The Fare (2018) - interview with screenwriter, actress, and producer Brinna Kelly on her latest sci-fi flick inspired by mythology and The Twilight Zone

Maiden (2018) documentary exemplifies the true value of courage exploring the hard-fought journey of Tracey Edwards and her bid to sail around the world with the first all-female crew

Geek, and You Shall Find (2019) documentary celebrates the power of superheros within - director Brad Faye, produced by Superhero Faces Productions

Katie Says Goodbye (2016) struggles to find meaning in the misery  - directed and written by Wayne Roberts, starring Olivia Cooke

Ekaj (2015) offers an intimate portrayal of love and hardship among LGBTQ+ youth - directed and written by Cati Gonzalez, starring Jake Mestre and Badd Idea

Monday (2018) packs a big punch for the short film circuit - directed by Alejandro Montoya, starring Jamie H. Jung, Anna Schatte, Sofia Embid

Meeting Brown (2019) personalizes the divide between love, race, and racism - directed and written by Ana Lydia Monaco, starring Diana Gonzalez-Morett, Andrew J. Cornelius

The Story of 90 Coins (2015) charmingly explores the promises of love - directed and written by ichael Wong, starring Han Dongjun and Zhuang Zhiqi

Guest Podcasts

Across The Universe Podcast featuring Chicks with Accents - Episode 73 Most Anticipated Summer Movies