“Invisible” has been selected to screen in ‘The Short Film Movement’ this October.
The Short Film Movement is an annual showcase of short films investigating aspects of the human condition. This year they are screening films which shed light on two particular strands-
Wanderlust/Sense of Belonging/Identity &
There will be three public screenings over the course of the month which take place in Iconic establishments in the Capital:
Saturday 6th Oct at 3pm-The Housman Bookshop
Thursday 11th Oct at 7pm-The Betsey Trotwood
Tuesday 16th Oct-7pm- The Hideaway
The screenings last for approximately 2 hours and I believe include live music. These will probably be the last public screenings of “Invisible” in London so please spread the word, and if you haven’t yet seen it, I hope to see you there!
“Invisible” has been selected to screen at Ostrava Kamera Oko, the prestigious International Cinematographers Film Festival held annually in the Czech Republic. The festival is running this week from the 21st to the 27th of September. “Invisible” is screening tomorrow the 24th and on Thursday the 27th as part of a group of shorts entitled, aptly enough, “Invisible”.
“Invisible” has won the Amnesty Award for Best Human Rights Short at this year’s Isle of Wight Film Festival in the glorious artistic enclave of Ventnor in the south east of the island. The director’s wife Danica and baby daughter Daisy were in attendance as he received the prize from the Human Rights Jury member, the lovely Hannah Brock.
“Invisible” has its Scandinavian premiere next Friday the 14th at the Bornshorts Film Festival in Denmark. Set on the iconic island of Bornholm, Bornshorts is a film making smorgasborg with a programme comprising Fuji Shorts winners, Straight8 Cannes winners, music videos, short films, animation, fashion films and features. The festival runs from the 13th to the 15th with an awards ceremony on the last night.
Harold Chapman has had his short novella “Brown Lake” Longlisted for the Cinnamon Press Novel/Novella Award. For those of you who haven’t yet read it, it was published earlier in the year by the Arbuturian. The illustrations are also by him.