“Invisible” and “Sweep” have both been selected to screen at Rome International Film Festival in Georgia, USA. Described by Moviemaker Magazine as “one of the outstanding film festivals in the Southeast” and “one of twenty film festivals worth the submission fee,” RIFF is running from the 6th to the 8th of September. The “Invisible/Sweep” double bill will be shown at 9pm at the DeSoto Theatre on Friday the 7th.
Harold Chapman has a new story in the Arbuturian. “Strangers on a Train” casts an eye at the very unBritish habit of talking to strangers in public. The ghost of Hitchcock hovers…
“Invisible” has been selected to play in competition at the Isle of Wight Film Festival which is running this weekend, 16th – 18th August. A great independent festival showing films from across the world, this year IOWFF has been organised to coincide with the Fringe Festival which is taking place in the artistic hub of Ventnor on the south east coast. “Invisible” is competing in the Human Rights category. Director Harold Chapman is hoping to attend with family in tow.
Harold Chapman has just got back from beautiful Puglia in Southern Italy where “Invisible” won both the Jury Prize for Best Short Film and the Audience Award at the NociCortin Film Festival. A terrific honour. Many thanks to the festival team, jury, attending film makers and generous people of Noci for making it such a wonderful occasion.