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Eco/Geopoetry

Pamela Falkenberg and Jack Cochran – a ‘blackbird’ masterclass in making poetry films


As many people in the poetry film world will know, Americans Pamela Falkenberg and Jack Cochran (Outlier Moving Pictures) are the masters of the activist ecopoetry film. Recently, I have been lucky enough to get to know them better, and I am excited to say they will be writing articles for Liberated Words, as and […]


Greenspin Helen Moore and Howard Vause


  Nominated for best music and editing in Liberated Words 2013. Ecopoet Helen Moore and digital artist Howard Vause (also LW workshop team) were one of the first collaborators to really address through poetry film the greenwashing we have been receiving since the 1970s.  


Fugitive Creatures by Meriel Lland


    Influenced by the writings of spiritual leader Thich Nhat Hanh and current scientific research into biophilia, Meriel Lland’s film-poetry explores human and non-human interactions and interdependencies. Thich Nhat Hanh said: “Real change will only happen when we fall in love with our planet. Only love can show us how to live in harmony […]


B’Leaf.com Plant Trees


  Please go to this website and check out their initiative. And this short promotional film is a great enticement!    


The Poetics of Poetry Film cited by Wheeler Winston Dixon


I just wanted to share this lovely moment in that leading experimental filmmaker and perhaps the world authority on the subject – Wheeler Winston Dixon – has quoted TPOPF in relation to his extensive volume of video work on Vimeo. Thank You!  You are Not Alone And here is just one of his highly crafted […]


The Climate Emergency, Deep Adaptation Forum, Just Stop Oil & The Scottish Centre for Geopoetics


Unfortunately and not surprisingly I have a few posts on this subject as the temperatures soar and the birds have gone very quiet.  Please check out the latest edition of Stravaig (no 11) from the Scottish Centre for Geopoetics, which has a timely edition with a lot to say about geopoetics and also the catastrophe […]