LIA CHAPMAN

FILMAKER

press

A force of nature herself, Chapman is elegance incarnate, bringing to mind the young Cicely Tyson’s capacity for energy and intelligence.

 

                                                                                – from Robert Koehler's review in Variety of the film Sent of an Oak

Mis 3 Hermanas in charge of the service for Things We Did For Freedom [article]

Interview for Acento Latino (M21 Radio)

Lia became an ambassador for the NGO Misión Humanitaria [article]

In My Mother's Arms at Cortos con Ñ, in Spain

In My Mother's Arms at Cinemateca Sobre Ruedas, in the Dominican Republic

In My Mother's Arms at IV Muestra Nacional de Cine, in the Dominican Republic

Interview at 7th Dominican Film Festival NY 2018

(by Ain't I Latina?)

Article in Nota Clave

(Nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Ray Hungria's JENNI at the Madrid International Film Festival)

 

Panelist in Dominican Women in Film at the 7th DFFNY 2018

 

Profiled in the book 59 Directoras de Cortometrajes: Perfiles de Cineastas Españolas

(59 Directors of Short Films: Profiles of Spanish Filmmakers by Miguel Angel Escudero)

 

Featured in the Dominican Women in Film Exhibition at the Seattle Film Festival

(curated by Armando Guareño, director of the Dominican Film Festival)

 

Profile in Entrevista

 

Profile in Entrevista

 

Profile in DG Cine

 

Interview on Cada Día

Article in Revista U

 

Article in CINEAS7A