Harold Chapman just got back from Interfilm 27th Berlin International Film Festival where “Invisible” was screening in the ‘Confrontations’ competition – films against violence and intolerance. I had the great honour of sharing the same bill with renowned Iranian director Janaf Panahi whose film “The Accordion” was his second last before he was imprisoned by the Iranian government for the ideas expressed in his work.
A fantastic festival though with work of the highest calibre. I met film makers from Argentina, Canada, America, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Norway, France, Latvia and Lebanon. A great celebration of film and film makers.
Harold Chapman has a new story headlining in the Arbuturian. “The Broken King” is a tale of rattling cappuccino cups and dropped croissants amongst Hampstead’s urban haute bourgeois…
”Sweep” has been selected among Best Selected Shorts for this year’s 7th Renderyard Short Film Festival to be held in La Rioja, Spain, between the 24th – 27th November, 2011.
”Invisible” has been selected to screen at the 25th Leeds International Film Festival which is the second biggest film festival in England after London. It will be shown as part of “Drama Queens: British Short Film Panorama” on Friday 11th November at the independent Hyde Park Picture House.