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PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love took place on Saturday 19 July 2014 at the Southbank Centre (with Green Chairs in the Blue Room)

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PoetryFilm Blackboard: project documentation (Comments Book)

Below is a selection of comments written in the PoetryFilm Blackboard Comments Book.

PoetryFilm Blackboard ran on Friday 18, Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July 2014 at the Saison Poetry Library at the Southbank Centre.

This participatory text/art project was devised by Malgorzata Kitowski and it was part of the Festival of Love and Poetry International.

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PoetryFilm Blackboard: project documentation (Sunday 20 July 2014)

Below is a selection of participant photographs taken during the PoetryFilm Blackboard project on Sunday 20 July 2014 at the Southbank Centre.

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PoetryFilm Blackboard: project documentation (Saturday 19 July 2014)

Below is a selection of participant photographs taken during the PoetryFilm Blackboard project on Sunday 21 July 2014 at the Southbank Centre.

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PoetryFilm Blackboard: project documentation (Friday 18 July 2014)

Below is a selection of participant photographs taken during the PoetryFilm Blackboard project on Friday 18 July 2014 at the Southbank Centre.

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“Leaves of Love” at the Southbank Centre

 

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The “PoetryFilm Blackboard” participatory text/art exhibit has now finished. Materials documenting the co-creation project will be uploaded to this website soon.

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Menu screen for PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love and Love of Sounds which took place on Saturday 19 July 2014 at the Southbank Centre

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“I can see the genre evolving and becoming increasingly acknowledged; however, there is still significant scope for development. Poetryfilms offer opportunities to create fresh semiotics and to explore the art of meaning-making in new ways. Of Southbank Centre’s seventy three competition entries, the strongest material best embraced these challenges.’

(Malgorzata Kitowski, Founder and Director of PoetryFilm who has been making poetryfilms since 1999, and producing curated PoetryFilm events and building the PoetryFilm Archive since 2002.)

Southbank Centre’s “Shot Through the Heart” Poetry Film Competition: Winners

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The Prize Giving event took place on Friday 18 July 2014 at the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre and over 150 people attended the event.

Many thanks to the Southbank Centre for inviting me to judge the competition.

The winners were:

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