About Us

With over 20 years experience in media communications Sarah Harvey Publicity has excellent, long-­term relationships with both clients and journalists, enabling us to understand and respond to the needs of both -­ and to adapt to those needs in an ever-­changing media landscape.

With our experience we bring a creative and bespoke approach, which delivers both strategic media campaigns to the right outlets at the right time, as well as wide-­reaching campaigns to attract new audiences.

Background

From 1991 to 1996 Sarah Harvey worked as Press Manager at Artificial Eye Film Company.

After working in the press office at the Edinburgh Film Festival in 1996, Sarah established Sarah Harvey Publicity to offer a boutique PR service to the UK and international film industries, specialising in UK based festivals, distribution PR for independent documentary and feature films, and cross-­platform/digital projects.

Company Information

Sarah Harvey Publicity Limited is registered in England.  Company Number: 08439796

 


Our Clients
  • Animate Projects (2006/2007)
  • Barbican (2000-present)
  • BFI (2003-present)
  • Blank Slate Digital Shorts (2006)
  • Camberwell Arts Week  (2001-2004)
  • Camberwell College of Arts (2002-2004)
  • Cinema Theatre Association (2004)
  • City Screen (2002)
  • CREATE (2011 & 2014)
  • Doc’n Roll Films (2014-present)
  • Edinburgh Film Festival (1996)
  • Film Africa (2016 – present)
  • Film Hub North (2014)
  • Film Four (1998)
  • Film London (2012)
  • Garage Sale Trail (2015)
  • German Films PR representative at BFI London Film (2011-2013)
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival (1997-present)
  • Independent Cinema Office (2006)
  • Lux / Pandæmonium (2000)
  • London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (2001)
  • Metrodome Distribution (1999)
  • Music Beyond Mainstream + No Nation (2015)
  • November Films (2013)
  • Screenlit: Film, TV & Writing Festival at Broadway Nottingham (2009-2010)
  • Sheffield Doc/Fest (2007-present)
  • Shuffle Festival (2015)
  • Tricycle Cinema, Kilburn (2009)
  • The Festival of German Films  (1999-2008)
  • The UK Jewish Film Festival  (2004)
  • Wellcome Trust (2014-present)