Invisible selected to screen at Marbella International Film Festival, Spain
Jun 2012 30

‎”Invisible” has been selected to screen in Marbella International Film Festival which runs from the 3rd to the 7th of October this year. The MIFF is a bastion of independent cinema held on Spain’s beautiful south coast.

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Invisible selected to screen at the Free Your Minds Festival, Cambodia
Jun 2012 27

‎”Invisible” has been selected to screen at the Free Your Minds Festival in Phnom Penh in Cambodia this July. After 30 years of civil war and the genocide of the Khmer Rouge, the local art scene is slowly recovering. In partnership with the prestigious Goethe Institute, Free Your Minds is a human rights festival of film, media and art, and will be a platform of exchange for the public, artists and film makers alike.

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Harold Chapman returns from trip to interview and film the legendary Reinhold Messner
Jun 2012 15

Harold Chapman has just returned from the South Tyrol in Northern Italy after five days spent in the company of mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner. Together with a group of international journalists, he traveled to each of Messner’s five mountain museums and talked of his many achievements along with the tragedies of losing two brothers to the mountains and seven of his own toes…

“The Nabokov Arts Club: Fable” in the Arbuturian by Rahnam Pachry
Jun 2012 11

The debonair Delhi scribe and man about town, Rahnam Pachry esq, has a new article headlining in the Arbuturian. “The Nabokov Arts Club: Fable” is his account of the goings on of the renowned partyists and art wranglers on a night out at the Battersea Arts Club.

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Harold Chapman to film and interview mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner
Jun 2012 07

Harold Chapman has the great honour in traveling to Italy tomorrow on a five day tour of the South Tyrol near the Dolomites to film and interview the renowned mountaineer Reinhold Messner for the Arbuturian. Messner, who, as the first man to climb Everest without oxygen and to scale all of the world’s 14 peaks over 8,000 metres, is commonly regarded as the greatest mountaineer of all time.

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