Aug 2011 10

“Everyone has a story to tell.”

There’s more to a person than their job, than what you see. On a typical day in London, nine street sweepers ruminate on the nature of what they do, where they’re from, family, their loves, hopes and dreams.

Directed & Produced by Harold Chapman

Originally shot on the back of the short “Invisible” to give a real life look at street sweepers, “Sweep” has gone onto enjoy a healthy life of its own.

AWARDS
– Platinum Remi Award, 45th Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival, USA
– “Unsere Lieblinge” (“Our favourites”) Cellu l’Art Short Film Festival, Jena, Germany
– Special Mention, 4th Short on Work Festival, Modena, Italy

Festivals & Events:
– Wellcome Collection’s 2011 exhibition, “Dirt”
– Palm Beach International Film Festival, USA
– Athens Film and Video Festival, USA (OSCAR qualifying)
– London International Documentary Festival, UK
– Sapporo International Short Film Festival (Film Maker Section – 3 title), Japan
– British Urban Film Festival, London, UK
– Swedenborg Short Film Festival, UK
– Renderyard Short Film Festival, Spain
– London Short Film Festival, UK
– 45th Worldfest, Houston International Film Festival, USA
– Cellu l’art Short Film Festival of Jena, Germany
– Magma Short Film Festival, New Zealand
– Rome International Film Festival, USA
– Oaxaca International Film Festival, Mexico
– Fieri International Film Festival, Albania
– Souq Film Festival – Urban Suffering on Films, Italy
– 6th Lichtspielklub Short Film Festival of British Shorts, Berlin, Germany
– 4th Short on Work Festival, Modena, Italy
– Tampere Short Film Festival, Finland

This is a 3 minute version/trailer of the short documentary “Sweep”.

Aug 2011 10

A 3 minute version of the short documentary “Sweep” focusing on the character of Toby Dobbs.

Jul 2011 20

‘Stranded’ is a film produced by the homeless community at St Martins Connection on the Strand, in collaboration with Open Cinema and MyStreet Films.

Supervising Production and Direction by Harold Chapman & Jonathan Bower

The film has screened at the following film festivals:
– Open City London Documentary Film Festival, UK
– Edinburgh International Film Festival, UK
– Brighton Documentary Festival, UK

Jun 2011 18

ABCD is dedicated to improving the quality of life of children and young adults who suffer from physical, mental and psychological disabilities in the Greater Bethlehem Area of the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip.

Shot on location in the Palestinian West Bank with the assistance of the staff of ABCD and BASRA (Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation).

Produced & Directed by Harold Chapman

Jun 2011 17

Christ Church Aden is a port and mission church based in Aden, Yemen. It also runs a clinic which offers free health service, including cataract operations, to the local population

Shot on location in the Yemen with the assistance of the staff at Christ Church.

Directed & Produced by Harold Chapman.