Zata Banks to judge the Carbon Culture Review poetry film competition prize
I am delighted to have been invited to judge the Carbon Culture Review‘s poetry film competition, deadline extended to April 2016.
Carbon Culture is the new American literary journal celebrating the intersection of technology + literature + art.
Press release from CCR:
“We want to integrate film and literary culture. Carbon Culture will award a $1,000 prize for the best poetry film using the complete text of John Gosslee’s poem “Portrait of an Inner Life.” Zata Banks, director of PoetryFilm, will pick the grand prize winner and finalists. The winning entry will receive $1,000. The top five entries will receive high-profile placements across a number of networks, and a one page ad alongside honorable mentions in our newsstand, print, and device editions. All entries are considered for sponsored entry to our list of film festivals and poetry film festivals.”
Deadline for submissions is April 2016.
Prize Announcements will be made in July 2016.