“The Grand Budapest Hotel” in the Arbuturian
Mar 2014 31

Harold Chapman’s review of Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is now headlining in the Arbuturian. He may not be everyone’s cup of oddball tea, but with “The Grand Budapest the director has scored a palpable and very enjoyable hit.

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“Invisible” to screen at “Fingal Indi Films on the Move Festival”
Mar 2014 24

“Invisible” which screened at the Fingal Film Festival, Ireland in 2012, has just been selected to show at the “Fingal Indi Films on the Move Festival”, a touring roadshow festival hitting rural locations around County Dublin from April to November this year.

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“Inside Llewyn Davis” in the Arbuturian
Mar 2014 03

It may have been overlooked at this year’s Oscars, but the Coen Brothers “Inside Llewyn Davis” is full of understated delights. Harold Chapman’s review of the film is now headlining in the Arbuturian.

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“Sweep” selected for “Unsere Lieblinge” at the Cellu L’Art Short Film Festival, Jena
Feb 2014 28

The short documentary “Sweep” which screened at the Cellu l’Art Short Film Festival, Jena, Germany in 2012, has been selected for “Unsere Lieblinge” (“Our favourites”) which is a selection of the most popular films screened there over the past few years.

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“Newcastle, The Xanadu of the North” Part Two in the Arbuturian
Feb 2014 20

Part 2 of Harold Chapman’s adventure in Newcastle, “The Xanadu of the North” is now headlining in the Arbuturian. Having taken in historical Newcastle, he now sets his sights on the modern, including Newcastle Fashion Week…

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