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Features

Poets with a Video Camera – Tom Konyves and a milestone exhibition


A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Tom Konyves!!! for organising this long-awaited curation. This is an achievement of a lifetime and needs much recognition, particularly as it is a long-running event (September 17th 2022–January 2nd 2023). Titled  Poets with a Video Camera: Videopoetry 1980–2020 and taking place at the Surrey Art Gallery (SAG) in Vancouver, there are 25 artists […]


AMPLIFIED VOICES at MIX conference 5 JULY 2021


Join us for a curated poetry film screening and Q&A hosted by Professor Lucy English of Bath Spa University with Adrian B. Earle (Think/Write/Fly)and Sarah Tremlett (Liberated Words). About this event  Poetry films are short films which blend word, spoken or as text, sound and moving image. In this curation, Adrian B. Earle (Think/Write/Fly) and […]


GREAT REVIEW of POETRY FILM presentations at LYRA


Lucy English has just sent me a really comprehensive review of Helen Dewbery’s and my own poetry film presentations at LYRA last Sunday. It is a really interesting piece of writing – we were interviewed after the event and I was wondering how it would turn out. So here it is! Thank you to Sebastian […]


Frame to Frames: Your Eyes Follow – finalists, PROGRAMME and judges for the poetry film prize in LYRA 2022


LYRA 2022 is fast approaching and the theme this year is Breaking Boundaries: New Worlds. On 3rd April at the historical location of the SS Great Britain (in a theatre not the ship itself!) Helen Dewbery of Elephant’s Footprint will be curating a selection of poetry films on the festival theme. Her artists are: Carolyn […]


Angel Guinda sad news – dedication to him for Versopolis screening on February 4th


Unfortunately, I bring some very sad news – Aragonese poet Ángel Guinda passed away this weekend (Zaragoza 1948 – Madrid 29 January 2022). Charles Olsen, who worked with him, describes him as ‘a poet, friend and inspiration, both in his poetry and his way of being’. He says that ‘Ángel always had a lovely twinkle in […]


Interviews on the Poetics of Poetry Film at Brave New Literatures Festival by Versopolis Review


Brave New Literatures festival has begun! In combination with the Review and its readership itself, this is a vital, large-scale event organised by the stimulating, up-to-the-minute and eye-opening Versopolis Review.So pleased that there are two bilingual (Spanish and English) video interviews in it this year related to The Poetics of Poetry Film screening on February […]