”Sweep” has just been selected to play at the Swedenborg Short Film Festival in London and I’ve just been told it has been shortlisted for Best Film. The Swedenborg Film Festival is inspired by the work and teachings of the 18th century scientist, philosopher, radical theologian and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg. The festival will be held on Friday 18th November at Swedenborg Hall, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2HT.
Invisible has been selected along with 500 other films out of 7,000 submissions to screen at this year’s Interfilm Berlin – 27th International Short Film Festival, 2011 between November 15-20. It will play as part of the Confrontations Competition which focuses on social injustice, intolerance, violence, war and exploitation and features work by the acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi.
Invisible has been selected by the Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York and will be screening on the weekend of the 4-6th of November.
Harold Chapman is in Sapporo, Japan this week (3rd-10th October) where three of his films – “Maestro”, “Invisible” & “Sweep” are playing in competition in the Film Maker’s section. Check out the animated trailer on the website-