Led by Kelly Hargraves, klhPR is dedicated to connecting the work of select clients to a broad network of arts and culture audiences. By sustaining a diverse network of long-term relationships with publishers, editors, writers and influencers across disciplines, we bring recognition and attention to distinctive filmmakers, broadcast television, live art experiences, events and exhibitions.

This is not a sales job. Hargraves has been at the helm of publicity and marketing efforts for definitive independent artist, producers and distributers, film festivals and art centers for more than 25-years.

Through active dialogue with top-level editors, Hargraves and team offer clients access to major media outlets, while connecting to and advancing new voices in the media—independent writers, social media influencers and engaged community leadership who can make your work know to target audiences and outlets.


1844 Entertainment – Outsider Picture –  First Run Features – MHzChoice – Los Angeles Women’s Film Festival – Female Eye Film Festival – Icarus Films  – LA Freewaves  – Dance Camera West


OVID.tv –  Marquee.TV – REDCAT – Film Movement – Kino Lorber – UCLA Live (CAP UCLA) – New American Vision – RADAR L.A. International Theater Festival of Contemporary Theater – Montréal International Chinese Film Festival





IndieWire: Missing FilmStruck? OVID.TV, a New Arthouse Streaming Service, Will Launch in March

Variety: New Streaming Service

Movie City News: Specialized SVOD Streaming OVID.TV Launches In March

Fierce Video: New art house film streaming service OVID.TV could fill void left by FilmStruck


Los Angeles Times: David Roussève’s Halfway to Dawn feature

Los Angeles Times: NOW Festival 2018, by Mark Swed

Los Angeles Times: Review by Margaret Gray

Los Angeles Times, Carolina Miranda, interview with Karen Finley 

Los Angeles Times, Mark Swed 
KCRW FM, Press Play with Madeleine Brand 

TruthDig, Jordan  Riefe  

KPCC, The Frame with John Horn
LA Weekly, Deborah Klugman
Los Angeles Times, Charles McNulty

MHz Networks

Paper Magazine: Magnificent New Mysteries Streaming on MHz

New York Times: 4 New Ways to Stream Great European TV, by Mike Hale, MAY 8, 2017

New York Times: CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK, Policiers Like Your Favorite Crime Show, but French