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Freitag, 13. April 2018

CUSP at Muse Writers Center


Muse Writers Center

2200 Colonial Ave #3, Norfolk, VA 23517
Event begins at 4 pm

CUSP (video Johannes C. Gerard -poem Jennifer Tonge) will be screened in conjunction with the Visible Poetry Project.

The Muse Writers Center will be hosting a short curated program of the film-poems that make up this year's Visible Poetry Project lineup (30 poets + 30 filmmakers all throughout April 2018/NaPoMo)! Luisa A. Igloria will be hosting the program. There will be a short Q/A session after

USA Premiere of Night, Street, Lantern, Pharmacy


Experiments in Cinema EIC 13.6 (2018)
Alberqueque,NM, USA
April 11th – 14th 2018

various events inside Albuquerque 
My work is screened at Guild Cinema 3405 Central Avenue, NE

My work Night, Street, Lantern, Pharamcy has its US premiere at Experiments at Cinema . The work is a cinematic interpretation of the poem “Night, Street, Lantern, Pharmacy”, by the Russian poet Aleksandr Blok . This work combines imagery of St.Petersburg at night and an abtract interpretion of the poem, by the theater group STAGE DFT (St.Petersburg, Russia).

Each year, Experiments in Cinema brings the international community of cinematic un-dependents to Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA for a film festival that is designed to inspire a new generation of homegrown media activists to participate in shaping future trends of cultural representation.










Donnerstag, 12. April 2018

CUSP

Visible Poetry Project (USA)
April 1st - Aril 30th, 2018

CUSP is based on the poem with the same title by the Amercian poet Jennifer Tonge. CUSP is a collaboration work and is part of the Visible Poetry Project. The project brings film and video makers together with poets.The Visible Poetry Project was founded in 2017 with the goal of bringing together a collective of filmmakers to create a series of videos that present poems as short films. Drawing from works created by renowned poets, as well as emerging poets, the Visible Poetry Project strives to make poetry accessible, exploring how we can recreate and experience poems through the medium of film.
Throughout the month of April 2018 - National Poetry Month - VPP release one visual poem each day. An exercise in translation and a reclamation of both poetic and film discourses, the resulting thirty videos explore how we read, interpret, visualize, and hear poetry

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