Part One of Harry Chapman’s new article, “Horses, Film Stars and Cider: Deauville and the Pays d’Auge” is now headlining in “The Arbuturian” taking in the delights of Normandy’s glamorous seaside resort and beyond, which plays host to an internationally renowned film festival as well as equestrianism of the highest order. Art and culture too in abundance.
Here’s a commercial Harry Chapman Production Designed for Pedigree Dentaflex involving real Assistance Dogs – the amazing canine helpers for the disabled. Shot on location in Ealing last summer, when the weather was hot…
Harold Chapman has a new travel sketch headlining in “The Arbuturian”. “Waterloo”, based on an experience walking back across the Thames, shows a city as textured, strange and mysterious as any on the planet.
Harold Chapman’s just picture locked the edit on the music video he directed for the Nelson Brother’s single “I Can Dream” from their forthcoming album. Shot on location in Outwood, Surrey last Friday. Just the grade to do now.
Spring is officially here and if that doesn’t get you in the mood for dancing, here’s a promo Harold Chapman shot and directed for Jubilee Hall Trust, The Big Dance and Open Cinema last summer which might just get your toes tapping: