And now for the Goldsmiths Place for Poetry Film Poem Exhibition which we hope, with some adjustments, will travel to new venues/ festivals. I will keep all contributors in touch with this. Many, many thanks to you all for contributing to this diverse, international selection of Film Poems and also to Mark Edmondson (Digital Media) at Goldsmiths (tireless work!) and
From ‘Question Mark’ from the album Hotel Amour by Terranova, Artwork and direction by Gudrun Krebitz.
From ‘The Day the Deer Came’ by Joanne Key, placed second in the National Poetry Competition. Directed and produced by Alastair Cook at Filmpoem.
From ‘Bright’ – poem by Kendel Hippolyte, directed by Davina Lee, music by Khavn De La Cruz. — with Kendel Hippolyte.
From ‘Apoptosis’ or ‘Cell Suicide’ by Valerie Laws and Susan Aldworth. Animation by Barney Quinton, funded by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award.
From ‘Requiem for ‘Georg Trakl’ – poem by Sigrun Höllrigl, visual art and music by Marc Neys.
From ‘The Black Delph Bride’ by Liz Berry, commissioned by The Poetry Society, sound by Luca Nasciuti, produced and directed by Alastair Cook at Filmpoem.
From ‘Prayer Flag’ – poetry and narration by Sudeep Sen, choreography and dance by Shovana Narayan, Directed by Aparna Sanyal.
From ‘The Street’ by Jane Draycott and Janet Curley-Cannon.
From ‘Babel’ by Samir Guglani and Ben Arrowsuch, for Medicine Unboxed.
From ‘Allegro’ by Tomas Transtromer, produced and directed for The Louisana Channel, US.
From ‘Gilgamesh’s Snake’ – poem by Ghareeb Iskander, directed by Roxana Vilk. Commissioned by Highlight Arts, funded by Literature Across Frontiers and the British Council.
From ‘Poets Without Words’ by Ian McMillan and Purple Patch Arts.
From ‘Anthem for Gilgamesh’, lyrics and music by Jenny Lewis, poetry extract by Adnan Al-Sayegh. Music arranged and recorded by Rowland Prytherch, directed by Chris O’Donnell. Funded by The Arts Council for the ‘Writing Mesopotamia’ project.
Judith Palmer (help and advice.) There is one Film Poem missing here, Kei Miller and Yasmin Fedda’s Ghazal to the Tethered Goats as I can’t find the still from it, but will post it up as soon as I do.