I am delighted to announce that “Florian’s Last Climb” has been selected to screen at the Harkat 16mm Film Festival in Mumbai, India. The festival describes itself as “an analog film festival dedicated to the showing, production and discourse around celluloid film as a medium” and includes screenings and workshops across three days between 18th-20th December. “FLC” will be screened as part of the “Persistence of Memory” section showing on the 19th December at 6:30pm IST (1 pm GMT). A great chance to see films in its original unvarnished state – “FLC” combining both 16mm and super8mm.Film Festival Instagram page
Here’s a short promo Harold Chapman Art Directed for Historic England just before Christmas, with the redoubtable Aaron Trinder lensing and helming;
Here’s a little promo Harold Chapman shot and directed for the charitable trust “Power to Change” and the Brixton residents housing group “Brixton Green” about empowering local people to create affordable homes in South London from council waste land. A scheme desperately needed with house prices out of reach for most ordinary people.
“Invisible” and “Sweep” have both been selected to screen in a Special Programme at the Tampere Film Festival in Finland, one of the foremost short film festivals in Europe. Director Harry Chapman has been invited to attend as guest of the festival which runs between 8th and 12th March, 2017.
At the awards ceremony last night in Modena, “Sweep” picked up a Special Mention from the Marco Biagi Foundation at the Short on Work Festival, in competition with more that a hundred short docs from all over the world. Thanks to everyone for their support!