“Florian’s Last Climb” accepted to screen at SFAAF
Feb 2019 20

“Florian’s Last Climb” has been accepted at the South Film and Arts Academy Festival in Chile! Official selection was followed swiftly by the screenings which took place last Friday 15th February. The awards ceremony was last night and the results are still trickling through…
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Feb 2019 13

I know it seems an age ago when we were beset with emails from companies asking us to go through the whole GDPR rigmarole, but here’s a little commercial I art directed at the time, helmed by the redoubtable Aaron Trinder and starring the new Mads Mikkelsen…

“Florian’s Last Climb” (completed)
Feb 2019 08

In 1909 the Austrian mountaineer Florian Frederick Graf von Liechtenstein left his estate near Innsbruck and travelled to Corsica for a climbing expedition. He was never seen again. Ninety years later his grandson Otto employs two film makers to help him uncover the mystery of the disappearance, but the facts get in the way of the truth.

Written & Directed by Harold Chapman
Produced by Harold Chapman
Running time: 25 minutes

AWARDS

  • Golden Maple for Best Documentary Film, Jahorina Film Festival, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Special Festival Mention, 8th Bangalore Short Film Festival, India


starring: Bill Brand / Susan Engel / Ric Bacon / Christopher Hunter / Matt Zarb / Daisy Chapman

Selected or screened at the following festivals:

  • PriFest – Prishtina International Film Festival, Kosovo
  • Jahorina Film Festival, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Tegernsee International Mountain Film Festival, Germany
  • South Film and Arts Academy Festival, Chile
  • Beverly Hills Film Festival, USA
  • Columbus International Film & Animation Festival, USA (semi-finalist)
  • Pune Short Film Festival, India
  • 8th Bangalore Shorts Film Festival, India
  • Minikino Film Week – Bali International Short Film Festival, Indonesia


Best Original Programme – “Married to a Paedophile”
Feb 2019 08

“Married to a Paedophile” has just picked up the award for Best Original Programme at the 2019 Broadcast awards, with one judge dubbing it, “Technically outstanding, truly innovative and utterly coherent.” Here’s a link to an article paying tribute. Congratulations to director Colette Camden and the rest of the team!

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