Nov 2017 28

Here’s an ad Harold Chapman art directed for Pol Roger champagne (allegedly Churchill’s favourite) at the beautiful Munden Estate near Watford in August. Memories of summer…

Review of “Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell” now in the Arb
Nov 2017 21

Harold Chapman’s review of the new Degas exhibition at the National Gallery – “Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell” is now running in the Arbuturian. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see works from the Burrell collection, normally housed in Glasgow. It runs until 7th May, 2018 and is a good primer on the great Degas.

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Sep 2017 25

Here’s the new video for Mercury, Brit and Grammy nominated North London indie rock band “Wolf Alice” which Harold Chapman art directed earlier in the summer – “Yuk Foo”: Sit back and enjoy!

“Invisible” shows plenty of soul at SOUL!
Sep 2017 06

A very special occasion at the recent SOUL screening of “Invisible” at the BFI Southbank. Here’s my interview with the charming Cindy Humphrey after a packed and emotional screening.

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“Invisible” to screen at SOUL at the BFI Southbank
Aug 2017 24

“Invisible” has been accepted for screen at the SOUL screenings tomorrow 25th August at 3 pm. One of the eight films showing out of hundreds of entries, it is part of a BAME screening and networking platform for high quality short films. The screening will be at the NFT 3 on the Southbank and tickets are available to buy for the general public. I also have two going free in case anyone missed the screening at BAFTA a few years back. First come first served!

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