Director Harold Chapman at Tampere!
Mar 2017 16

Harold Chapman is back from Tampere where both “Invisible” and “Sweep” screened to full houses. Over four days he attended screenings, events and parties and consumed copious quantities of smoked salmon, pickled herring and beer. A very warm thanks to festival director Jukka-Pekka Laakso and his wonderful team and the lovely people of Tampere. Vivre the Finnish sauna and plunges in frozen lakes!

Harry Chapman travels to Tampere
Mar 2017 08

On the eve of the director’s departure to the Tampere Film Festival in Finland a short reminder, in case any of you might be passing…, that both “Invisible” and “Sweep” will be screening as part of a Special Programme entitled, “Swinging London”, which casts a a beady filmic eye on life in our capital. Screenings Thursday night at 22:00 and Saturday night at 20:00 at the Plevna, Tampere. See you there!

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“Invisible” and “Sweep” selected to screen at the Tampere Film Festival, Finland
Feb 2017 11

“Invisible” and “Sweep” have both been selected to screen in a Special Programme at the Tampere Film Festival in Finland, one of the foremost short film festivals in Europe. Director Harry Chapman has been invited to attend as guest of the festival which runs between 8th and 12th March, 2017.

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Review of “Aladdin” at the Lyric, for The Arbuturian
Jan 2017 29

As the panto season disappears behind us as we slog through winter, here is a warming reminder of what went before and what will come after – Harold Chapman’s review of “Aladdin” at the Lyric, Hammersmith.

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Review of “Beyond Caravaggio” in the Arbuturian
Nov 2016 10

Killer, outlaw, genius and inspiration to many generations of artists, Caravaggio’s life and works beggar belief. A new show at the National Gallery entitled “Beyond Caravaggio” explores his influence on his contemporaries and the generation following. Harold Chapman’s review of this is now headlining in “The Arbuturian”.

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