I recently posted about Philip Hartigan in the anniversary of the first Liberated Words screening 10 years ago this month. I have now added him to our family history collection, with notes on his process. Here is a link to his moving memoir of his childhood with extraordinarily detailed animation.
I am so very proud to present an important and heart-rending new addition to the family history project by Budapest-born, Csilla Toldy. The poetry film – Here I Stand – was a commission from the Executive Office of Northern Ireland, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps. Quite how anyone […]
Back after the summer break – a new addition to the Family History Poetry Film Project from Australian poet Carolyn Masel. So good to have more information on this film. A revealing account of her poem and process notes, written many years after the events described – a feature of many family history poems.
Looking forward to presenting a reading and poetry film Paper River, Knotted River at MIX 2019 next Tuesday and hearing the great poetry film panel speakers – especially keynote Thomas Zandegiacomo del Bel. It will also be screened in the selected British films throughout the event. Tree – Discovering Identity Through the Geopoetics of Ancestral […]