Try something simple. Like inviting them over for tea and conversation.
Academy voters don’t necessarily have access to the same level of knowledge and understanding about the work that members of the visual effects branch, who do the nominating, do. So we enlisted Oscar bloggers and pundits to become aware so they could help describe the work. You win or lose based on a variety of factors but as long as the decision is made by a reasonably informed electorate, the outcome seems more valid.
So he partnered with a local bakery (which happened to be called Wonderland) and invited bloggers for tea, dessert, and conversation about the movie. It worked: Samples of coverage from the NY Times & LA Times.
Bloggers aren’t in it to be impressed by your PR stunts. They want great stuff to write about. So skip the stunts and instead share your best work and build a quality relationship. The more they know you and like you, the more they’ll write about you.