“Florian’s Last Climb” selected to screen at the 16mm Film Festival, India
Dec 2020 14

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

“Florian’s Last Climb” selected to screen at the Mountain Festival of Poprad, Slovakia
Sep 2020 04

I’m excited to announce that “Florian’s Last Climb” has been selected to screen at the 28th International Festival of Mountain Films, Poprad. The festival takes place in the picturesque city of Poprad situated at the foot of the HIgh Tatra Mountains in beautiful Slovakia. The festival have very generously invited director Harry Chapman along as its quest when it takes place in October.

“Florian’s Last Climb” selected to screen at the 4th Indian World Film Festival, Hyderabad
Mar 2020 05

“Florian’s Last Climb” continues its ascent in India with yet another score – selected to screen at the 4th Indian World Film Festival in Hyderabad this month. Many thanks to the festival for choosing us and best of luck to all the film makers taking part!

“Florian’s Last Climb” selected to screen at the New Delhi Film Festival, India
Dec 2019 18


A 4th hit on the Sub-Continent! After Pune, Bangalore and Goa, “Florian’s Last Climb” has now been selected to screen at the New Delhi Film Festival in India in January. It’s never easy to predict which stories will score in which countries. Perhaps it’s a Himalayan connection?! Das ist gut!

“Florian’s Last Climb” screens at BAFTA.
May 2019 09

Last night at the “Florian’s Last Climb” first UK screening – a cast and crew at BAFTA, Piccadilly. A magnificent night in the Princess Anne Theatre with 5.1 sound, surrounded by wonderful friends and family. A huge thanks to all of you who made the film possible and to all of you who came in support of it last night on a wet night in May. To those of you I missed in conversation, my apologies and sincerest thanks. Bravo!