In 1995 Lisa was in a movie called Jack Brown Genius. Below you will find details and pictures.
Wingnut Films/Senator Films co-production
Director: Tony Hiles
Executive Producer: Peter Jackson
Co-Writer: Fran Walsh, Peter Jackson, Tony Hiles
Photography Director: Allen Guilford
Editor: Jamie Selkirk
Composer: Michelle Scullion
Cast: Timothy Balme, Nicola Murphy, Marton Csokas, Stuart Devenie, Edward Campbell, Lisa Chappell.
In the chambers of a thousand-year-old monastery lives a monk who dreamed of being able to fly to see his creator. He invents a winged system, but falls to his death and is judged a suicide and relegated to purgatory. Since then, the monk has been searching for someone to free him, and 1000 years later finds inventor Jack Brown into whose brain he resides to help him build the wing system correctly which will free the monk from purgatory. This “comedy” fantasy seems to have a somewhat troubled script, and/or direction, in a confusing mix of genres.
Lisa plays a very dark, naughty character, who will do anything to get what she wants.