“Invisible” live on Indieflix
Jul 2015 16

Our film “Invisible” has just gone live on film screening web portal Indieflix. The website hosts over 6,000 thousand award-winning short films, features and documentaries of all genres.
As a special thank you to you – our friends and supporters, and for all those of you who have not yet seen “Invisible” – we have been offered two unique promotional codes that includes 1 free month of IndieFlix with any new monthly or 3 free months with any annual IndieFlix subscription. This a great way to get access to all sorts of amazing film content straight to your computer or mobile device and is also available on Roku, Xbox and FireTV.
Below are the two links. All you need to do is copy and paste the one you want into your web-browser and Indieflix should lead you on from there. It’s very simple.
(1 month free subscription)
(3 months free subscription)
Also, if you do check out Indieflix we would please encourage you to rate or review it to help boost it’s profile on the site.
Many thanks.
Hope you enjoy!

Part Two of “Horses, Film Stars and Cider” headlining in “The Arbuturian”
Jun 2015 14

Part Two of Harry Chapman’s article, “Horses, Film Stars and Cider: Deauville and the Pays d’Auge” is headlining in “The Arbuturian” with this part’s focus on the American Film Festival and the World Equestrian Games.

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“Horses, Film Stars and Cider: Deauville and the Pays d’Auge” in “The Arbuturian”
Jun 2015 13

Part One of Harry Chapman’s new article, “Horses, Film Stars and Cider: Deauville and the Pays d’Auge” is now headlining in “The Arbuturian” taking in the delights of Normandy’s glamorous seaside resort and beyond, which plays host to an internationally renowned film festival as well as equestrianism of the highest order. Art and culture too in abundance.

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Jun 2015 09

Here’s a commercial Harry Chapman Production Designed for Pedigree Dentaflex involving real Assistance Dogs – the amazing canine helpers for the disabled. Shot on location in Ealing last summer, when the weather was hot…

“Waterloo” in The Arbuturian
May 2015 31

Harold Chapman has a new travel sketch headlining in “The Arbuturian”. “Waterloo”, based on an experience walking back across the Thames, shows a city as textured, strange and mysterious as any on the planet.

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