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PoetryFilm Parallax: NES Skagastrond, Iceland, 17 March 2016

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PoetryFilm Parallax

17 March 2016, 7pm

NES, Skagastrond, Iceland

A curated selection of 14 short film artworks, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms.

Parallax is the apparent displacement, or difference in the apparent position, of a visual object, when viewed along different lines of sight. In his book Transcritique, the Japanese philosopher Kojin Karatani uses the word ‘parallax’ to describe Kant’s shifting between contradictory perspectives. Kant’s Antinomies of Reason are contradictory propositions, which seem valid from their own perspectives, but which cannot be simultaneously true. Kant argues alternately from one perspective, then from the other, and Karatani describes Kant’s approach as establishing a parallax between philosophical positions. Karatani asserts that parallax does not equate with negativity, but it does not negate negativity either. The basis of parallax is the positivity of both positions.

Slavoj Žižek argues that in Karatani’s concept of the parallax view, the observed difference is not simply subjective, but that the viewer’s change in perspective reflects an ontological shift in the object itself; “the subject’s gaze is always-already inscribed into the perceived object itself, in the guise of its ‘blind spot’, that which is ‘in the object more than the object itself’, the point from which the object itself returns the gaze” (Žižek, The Parallax View, 2006). “Sure, the picture is in my eye, but me, I am also in the picture” (Jacques Lacan, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, 1979).

Spirit of Place, Oliver Harrison

Twelve Hours of Daylight, Bridget Sutherland

It Started With a Murder, Susan Young

Liberté, Maciej Piatek

The Lost Reels, Matthew Humphreys

Everything Makes Love with the Silence, Hernan Talavera

Breathing, Guy Sherwin

Eye, Guy Sherwin

Our Bodies, Matt Mullins

Talking Skull, David Asher Brook

Constellations, Julian Scordato

Barattolo di Sale, PNEUMA

Growing Up, Eugeny Tsymbalyuk

Faster than Birds, Liliane Lijn

PoetryFilm Parallax at The ICA (documentation)

Thanks to the c.100 guests who attended PoetryFilm Parallax at The ICA on Sunday 16 August 2015.

Documentation of the event is below.

“Feast your eyes on a curated selection of short film artworks” – Film London

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“Great afternoon ‪@poetryfilmorg ‪@ICALondon great curation wonderful films”

“Parallax- a magical & stimulating ‪@poetryfilmorg event ‪@ICALondon Loved ‪#spiritofplace ‪#breathing ‪#eye ‪#talkingskull ‪#fasterthanbirds”

“PARALLAX ‪@poetryfilmorg Great selection by Zata Banks of short films ‪@ICALondon today Next one at ‪@GrouchoClubSoho

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“‘Everything Makes Love with the Silence’ an exquisite fusion of film image and wonderful poetry. ‘It Started with a Murder’ and ‘The Lost Reels’ – two film poems that make art from extreme personal events. Thank you for organising. I’ll be back!”

 “‘Spirit of Place’ – a wonderful beginning to an inspirational event. ‘Eye’ made me witness the most intricate movements of vision i had not previously seen.”

“PoetryFilm was absolutely amazing today. Was one of the best collections of films and artists impressions. Great work and long may it continue!” 

“Inspiring way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Hail Zata!”

“Inspiring. Welcoming. Well curated. Thank you!”

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“Special afternoon watching ‘Barattolo di Sale’ on a big screen at my favourite London film venue. A memory of a truly special afternoon. Thank you Zata Banks of PoetryFilm for this great occasion!” 

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PoetryFilm Parallax, ICA Cinema, Sunday 16 August, 4pm

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Parallax is the apparent displacement, or difference in the apparent position, of a visual object, when viewed along different lines of sight. In his book Transcritique, the Japanese philosopher Kojin Karatani uses the word ‘parallax’ to describe Kant’s shifting between contradictory perspectives. Kant’s “Antinomies of Reason” are contradictory propositions, which seem valid from their own perspectives, but which cannot be simultaneously true. Kant argues alternately from one perspective, then from the other, and Karatani describes Kant’s approach as establishing a parallax between philosophical positions. Karatani asserts that parallax does not equate with negativity, but it does not negate negativity either. The basis of parallax is the positivity of both positions.

Slavoj Žižek argues that in Karatani’s concept of the parallax view, the observed difference is not simply subjective, but that the viewer’s change in perspective reflects an ontological shift in the object itself; “the subject’s gaze is always-already inscribed into the perceived object itself, in the guise of its ‘blind spot’, that which is ‘in the object more than the object itself’, the point from which the object itself returns the gaze” (Žižek, The Parallax View, 2006). “Sure, the picture is in my eye, but me, I am also in the picture” (Jacques Lacan, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, 1979).

For the PoetryFilm Parallax screening at The ICA on 16 August 2015, Zata Banks will introduce a curated selection of short film artworks, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms.

PoetryFilm is the influential research art project founded by British artist Zata Banks in 2002, to explore and exhibit experimental text / image / sound material. Since 2002, Zata Banks has presented over 70 PoetryFilm events at venues including Tate Britain, The ICA, CCCB Barcelona, O Miami, The Groucho Club, Cannes Film Festival, The Royal College of Art, FACT Liverpool, Mengi Reykjavik and Curzon Cinemas. Zata has judged poetry film prizes for the Southbank Centre in London, Zebra Festival in Berlin, and for the American journal Carbon Culture Review. PoetryFilm is supported by Arts Council England, and is a member of Film Hub London and part of the BFI Audience Network. The PoetryFilm Archive, which at present contains over 1,000 artworks, welcomes submissions all year round.

info@poetryfilm.org + www.poetryfilm.org

*Image: Eye by Guy Sherwin, courtesy of the artist

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Film London competition for PoetryFilm Parallax

Please note the newsletter sent out by Film London this morning offering a free pair of tickets to PoetryFilm Parallax as a competition prize features THE WRONG DATE.

PoetryFilm Parallax is on Sunday 16 August at 4pm at The ICA Cinema.

Film London says: “We should have double checked this though so I do apologise.” 

Please see below for details of how to enter the competition.

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PoetryFilm Parallax at The ICA, 16 August 2015

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Parallax is the apparent displacement, or difference in the apparent position, of a visual object, when viewed along different lines of sight. In his book Transcritique, the Japanese philosopher Kojin Karatani uses the word ‘parallax’ to describe Kant’s shifting between contradictory perspectives. Kant’s “Antinomies of Reason” are contradictory propositions, which seem valid from their own perspectives, but which cannot be simultaneously true. Kant argues alternately from one perspective, then from the other, and Karatani describes Kant’s approach as establishing a parallax between philosophical positions. Karatani asserts that parallax does not equate with negativity, but it does not negate negativity either. The basis of parallax is the positivity of both positions.

Slavoj Žižek argues that in Karatani’s concept of the parallax view, the observed difference is not simply subjective, but that the viewer’s change in perspective reflects an ontological shift in the object itself; “the subject’s gaze is always-already inscribed into the perceived object itself, in the guise of its ‘blind spot’, that which is ‘in the object more than the object itself’, the point from which the object itself returns the gaze” (Žižek, The Parallax View, 2006). “Sure, the picture is in my eye, but me, I am also in the picture” (Jacques Lacan, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, 1979).

For the PoetryFilm Parallax screening at The ICA on 16 August 2015, Zata Banks will introduce a curated selection of short film artworks, chosen for their alignment with poetic structures and experiences, and with the visual, verbal and aural languages of poetry in various forms.

PoetryFilm is the influential research art project founded by British artist Zata Banks in 2002, to explore and exhibit experimental text / image / sound material. Since 2002, Zata Banks has presented over 70 PoetryFilm events at venues including Tate Britain, The ICA, CCCB Barcelona, O Miami, The Groucho Club, Cannes Film Festival, The Royal College of Art, FACT Liverpool, Mengi Reykjavik and Curzon Cinemas. Zata has judged poetry film prizes for the Southbank Centre in London, Zebra Festival in Berlin, and for the American journal Carbon Culture Review. PoetryFilm is supported by Arts Council England, and is a member of Film Hub London and part of the BFI Audience Network. The PoetryFilm Archive, which at present contains over 1,000 artworks, welcomes submissions all year round.

info@poetryfilm.org + www.poetryfilm.org

*Image: Eye by Guy Sherwin, courtesy of the artist

 

Here is the full programme for PoetryFilm Parallax at The ICA Cinema on Sunday 16 August 2015 at 4pm.

Tickets: https://www.ica.org.uk/whats-on/poetryfilm-parallax 

Spirit of Place, Oliver Harrison, 10 mins

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Twelve Hours of Daylight, Bridget Sutherland, 7 minutes (16mm, 35mm, archive, video)

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It Started With a Murder, Susan Young, HD, 3mins (HD)

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Liberté, Maciej Piatek, 2mins

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The Lost Reels, Matthew Humphreys, 5mins (Super8)

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Everything Makes Love with the Silence, Hernán Talevara, 2 mins

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Breathing, Guy Sherwin, 3mins (100ft of 16mm)

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Eye, Guy Sherwin, 3mins (100ft of 16mm)

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Our Bodies, Matt Mullins, 2mins (archive footage)

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Talking Skull, David Asher Brook, 3mins (stop motion)

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Constellations, Julian Scordato, 8 mins

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Barattolo di Sale, PNEUMA, 10 mins

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Growing Up, Eugeny Tsymbalyuk, 2mins 30seconds (stop motion)

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Faster than Birds, Liliane Lijn, 2009 (Poemdrum) 3 minutes

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PoetryFilm Parallax, ICA Cinema, 16 August 2015

PoetryFilm Parallax

The ICA Cinema, London

Sunday 16 August 2015
ICASubmissions are now being considered for PoetryFilm Parallax.

Backup Festival Trailer 2016

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PoetryFilm is at Backup Film Festival in Weimar. Thanks to Bauhaus Film-Institut, Bauhaus-Universitat Weimar, and Poetry Film Kanal journal. On 20 May at 5pm there will be a festival “special” featuring a talk about the PoetryFilm project followed by a screening of the PoetryFilm Parallax programme.

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PoetryFilm in Weimar, 20 May 2016

PoetryFilm at Backup Film Festival in Weimar, 20 May 2016 at 5pm. Thanks to Bauhaus Film-Institut, Bauhaus-Universitat Weimar, and Poetry Film Kanal journal.

A festival “special” featuring a talk about the PoetryFilm project followed by a screening of the PoetryFilm Parallax programme. 

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PoetryFilm: Future Events in 2015

August 2015
  • PoetryFilm Parallax event at The ICA Cinema (London), 16 August, 4pm.

October 2015

  • PoetryFilm Equinox event at The Groucho Club Cinema, Sunday 4 October 2015 (London, UK)
  • I have been invited to present a PoetryFilm lecture-demonstration at Millfield School, Science Lecture Theatre, 8 October 2015 (Somerset, UK)
  • PoetryFilm programme at the O Bheal Cork Film Festival, 9-11 October 2015 (Cork, Ireland)
  • PoetryFilm programme at the Rabbit Heart Festival, 11 October 2015 (Massachusetts, USA)

November 2015

  • PoetryFilm event as part of the BFI LOVE Blockbuster season (London, UK)
  • I have been invited to judge the CYCLOP International Videopoetry Festival (KIev, Ukraine)

December 2015

  • PoetryFilm presentation at the Scottish Poetry Library + Zata Banks in conversation, 3 December 2015 (Scotland, UK)

Programme: PoetryFilm at Laugharne Castle, June 2014

Below are the details of the full PoetryFilm programme presented at Laugharne Castle on June 7 and June 8:

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Past

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Lectures

  • Keynote speech at The House of Lords, 22 June 2016 (UK)
  • Lecture at Bath Spa University at the Seeing Sound symposium, April 2016 (UK)
  • Two lectures about the poetry film artform for The University of Lincoln, BA Graphic Design, 2 February 2016
  • Lecture at Millfield School, National Poetry Day, 8 October 2015 (Somerset, UK)
  • Paper entitled The PoetryFilm Archive 2002-2015, at the AHRC-funded Pararchive conference at The University of Leeds, 27-28 March 2015 (Leeds, UK)
  • Literary Salon about Poetry and Film at Warwick University, January 2014 (Warwick, UK)
  • Creative Salon at the Royal College of Art, together with Peter Blegvad, MA Visual Communication, March 2013 (London, UK)
  • Lecture about Poetry and Film at London Met University, MA Creative Writing, November 2012 (London, UK)
  • Lecture about Branding and Visual Identity, HULT International Business School, MBA, March 2012 (London, UK)
  • Lecture about Poetry and Film at London Met University, MA Creative Writing, November 2010 (London, UK)
  • Presentation about Poetry and Film at the NFTS (National Film and Television School) for the MA Filmmaking course, April 2008 (Beaconsfield, UK
  • Perspectives
    • MA Creative Writing
    • MA Poetry
    • MA Filmmaking
    • MA Visual Communication
    • BA Graphic Design
    • Sixth Form: English & Media Studies
    • Sixth Form: Art & Design

 

Symposia

  • In conversation at The Scottish Poetry Library, together with filmmaker Roxana Vilk, 3 December 2015 (Scotland, UK)
  • Roundtable panel discussion entitled “Poetry Films: Who? What? Why? How?” at the CYCLOP International Videopoetry Festival 2015 (Kiev, Ukraine)
  • Keynote presentation, naming of the event, and curation of the symposium showreel at the Send and Receive: Poetry, Film and Technology in the 21st Century symposium at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), February 2015 (Liverpool, UK)
  • PoetryFilm at Tate BritainBehind The Scenes, curation of a poetry film programme + leading a panel discussion, November 2008 (London, UK)

 

2017

  • UK launch and release of DAATA Editions Season Two film artworks commissioned by DAATA Editions and curated by Zata Banks, February 2017.
  • PoetryFilm screening, CSW Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu in Torun, February 2017 (Poland)
  • Live Morsing performance, The Physarum Experiments, Studio Ex Purgamento, 15 January 2017 (UK)
  • 3 May: lecture at Millfield School (UK)
  • 25 June: judged Millfield School poem film creative work
  • 10-12 July: co-curated a film programme for the MIX Conference, Bath Spa University, on the theme of Revolutions, Regenerations, Reflections
  • December: judged the Carbon Culture Review poetry film contest 2017

 

2016

  • PoetryFilm Workshop at TOGETHER! Disability Film Festival, 9-10 Dec 2016 (UK)
  • Launch of Nous Sommes Paris anthology, published by Eyewear Books, marking the Paris attacks, November 2016
  • ZEBRA Festival, October 2016 (Munster, Germany)
  • Launch of Maintenant 10(0) anthology, published by Three Rooms Press, celebrating the 100 year anniversary of DADA, September 2016 (UK)
  • Judged the Carbon Culture Review poetry film competition, July 2016 (USA)
  • Evaluated poetry films made by students at Millfield School, 28 June 2016 (UK)
  • Presentation at The House of Lords, 22 June 2016 (UK)
  • PoetryFilm at Hidden Door Festival, Edinburgh, 4 June 2016 (Scotland)
  • PoetryFilm at Backup FestivalWeimar, Germany, 18-22 May 2016 (Germany)
  • Screening at Sinestesia Festival, Barcelona, 5 May 2016 (Spain)
  • Collaboration with The University of Lincoln on a Poetry + Film creative module for the BA Graphic Design course: two lectures and evaluation of the final student work, January – March 2016 (UK)
  • Lecture at Millfield School about the poetry film artform, 28 April 2016 (UK)
  • A paper, The PoetryFilm Archive: Sounds of Poetry & Poetry of Sounds at the Seeing Sound conference, Bath Spa University, 9-10 April 2016 (UK)
  • Screenings of Full Stop and PoetryFilm Blackboard at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) and at Femmes Video Art Festival at The Situation Room, 6-30 April 2016 (USA)
  • 3-month artist-researcher residency at Rannsóknasetri Háskóla Íslands (University Research Centre) in Skagastrond, North-East Iceland, Jan-April 2016
  • Co-judged the Bokeh Yeah poem film competition at HOME, Manchester, 29 March 2016 (UK)
  • PoetryFilm Parallax: NES Skagastrond, 17 March 2016 (Iceland)
  • Spring Psychoanalytic Poetry Festivalscreening of 4 artworks from The PoetryFilm Archive + psychoanalytic discussion at The Freud Museum, London, 12 March
  • Full Stop (ZB) selected for inclusion in Art Beyond Sight, a sensory based exhibition exploring visual perception, 17 March – 1 May 2016 (Altringham, UK)
  • Screening of PoetryFilm Paradox at Mengi, Thursday 10 March 2016 (Reykjavik, Iceland)
  • PoetryFilm supports International Women’s Day, 8 March 2016
  • PoetryFilm supports World Book Day, 3 March 2016
  • Anosmia published in Visual Verse, March 2016
  • Screening of Full Stop (ZB) at Opið Hús, 25 February 2016 (Skagastrond, Iceland)
  • PoetryFilm Paradox: NES, 21 February 2016 (Skagastrond, Iceland)
  • Screening of Full Stop (ZB) at Stanford Code Poetry 2.0, 16 February 2016 (Stanford, USA)
  • Screening of Palindrome (ZB) at Opið Hús, 30 January 2016 (Skagastrond, Iceland)
  • Screening of Cut-Up Experiment VIII (ZB) at Cinepoema, Rio de Janeiro, 23 January 2016 (Brazil)
  • Commissioned essay PoetryFilm: Semiotics and Multimodality published in poetryfilmkanal magazine, 15 January 2016 (Weimar, Germany)

 

2015

  • PoetryFilm programme at Art Language Location Festival, 17 October 2015 (Cambridge, UK)
  • PoetryFilm Parallax programme at the O Bheal Cork Film Festival, 9-11 October 2015 (Cork, Ireland)
  • PoetryFilm lecture at Millfield School, National Poetry Day, 8 October 2015 (Somerset, UK)
  • PoetryFilm Equinox event at The Groucho Club, Sunday 4 October 2015 (London, UK)
  • Palindrome (ZB) screened in Rio de Janiero, 20 Sept 2015 (Brazil)
  • PoetryFilm Parallax at The ICA Cinema, 16 August 2015 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm event at Mengi (Reykjavik, Iceland)
  • PoetryFilm event at the Penzance Literary Festival, (Cornwall, UK)
  • Full Stop (ZB) selected for the Cannes Film Festival 2015, 13-24 May (Cannes, France)
  • Transmutations poetry film programme co-curated by PoetryFilm and Alchemy, at the Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, 16-19 April 2015 (Hawick, Scotland)
  • PoetryFilm programme at the Sound Acts festival, 24-26 April 2015 (Athens, Greece)
  • PoetryFilm programme at the Wenlock Poetry Festival, UK, 24-26 April 2015 (Wenlock, UK)
  • Two PoetryFilm presentations at CCCB Barcelona, 18-19 March 2015 (Barcelona, Spain)
  • I presented a talk, The PoetryFilm Archive 2002-2015, at the AHRC-funded Pararchive conference at Leeds University, 27-28 March 2015 (Leeds, UK)
  • I judged the Read Our Lips poetry film competition organised by Apples and Snakes, 28 March 2015 (UK)
  • Exhibition of artworks by Zata Banks at Fjuk Art Centre in Husavik, Iceland, 12 February 2015
  • PoetryFilm event featuring selected film artworks from The PoetryFilm Archive at Fjuk Art Centre in Husavik, Iceland, 13 February 2014
  • I gave a presentation at the Send and Receive: Poetry, Film and Technology in the 21st Century symposium at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), 5 February 2015 (Liverpool, UK)
  • I was awarded an Artist Residency in Iceland, January – February 2015
  • My concrete poem Full Stop and the accompanying Morse Code sound transmission artwork were selected for inclusion in Tate Britain’s RadioCity exhibition, a special season of radio, sound art, performance and broadcast, 24-25 January 2015 (London, UK)

 

2014

  • The poem Full Stop [in the form of Morse Code audio with headphones, and a framed A1 print] by Zata Banks was exhibited at the Regulate art exhibition in Sheffield, 7 November – 5 December 2014 (Sheffield, UK)
  • Judge for the Radioeins Prize at the Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin, 16-19 October 2014 (Berlin, Germany)
  • Judge for the Southbank Centre’s Shot Through the Heart poetry film competition, July 2014 (UK)
  • Presented a Literary Salon about Poetry and Film at Warwick University, 9 January 2014 (Warwick, UK)

 

2013

  • PoetryFilm Equinox at The ICA Cinema, Sunday 22 September 2014 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm programme at Preston Festival, Saturday 28 September 2013 (Preston, UK)
  • PoetryFilm programme at Penzance Festival, Saturday 20 July 2013 (Cornwall, UK)
  • PoetryFilm Equinox, Charlotte Street Hotel Cinema, 20 March 2013 (London, UK)
  • Presented a PoetryFilm Salon at the Royal College of Art, March 2013 (London, UK)

 

2010-2012

  • PoetryFilm event at The Bluecoat, Liverpool, 13 October 2010 (Liverpool, UK)
  • Lecture about Poetry and Film at London Met University, November 2012 (London, UK)
  • Lecture about Poetry and Film at London Met University, November 2010 (London, UK)

 

2009

  • PoetryFilm: Mythology and Dream, Curzon Renoir Cinema, December 2009 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm: Heroes & Heroines, Curzon Renoir Cinema, 6 October 2009 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm: Strangers & Strangeness, Curzon Renoir Cinema, 14 July 2009 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm Party, Curzon Soho, April 2009 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm at London Film Museum, featuring live painting, May 2009 (London, UK)
  • Cut-Up Experiment VIII screened at Cannes Film Festival 2009 (Cannes, France)
  • PoetryFilm Party, Curzon Soho, February 2009 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm at Stanza Festival, Scotland, February 2009 (Scotland, UK)
  • PoetryFilm at London Literature Lounge, 25 January 2009 (London, UK)

 

2008

  • PoetryFilm: Behind The Scenes, Tate Britain, November 2008 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm: Shock of the New, Cardiff Academi, October 2008 (Wales, UK)
  • PoetryFilm as part of YCN LIVE! September 2008 (London, UK)
  • PoetryFilm at Southbank Centre, Poetry International, August 2008 (London, UK)
  • I presented a lecture about Poetry and Film at the NFTS (National Film and Television School), April 2008 (Beaconsfield, UK)

 

2007

 

2002-2006

  • PoetryFilm at Chichester, Chichester Cinema, October 2005
  • PoetryFilm at Cardiff Chapter Arts Centre, September 2005
  • London PoetryFilm Night III, Genesis Cinema, London, July 2005
  • Oxford PoetryFilm Night, Magdalen College, May 2005
  • Poets On Film, Battersea Arts Centre, May 2005
  • World Book Day PoetryFilm (children’a session), Idea Store Bow, London, March 2005
  • London PoetryFilm Night II, Genesis Cinema, London, February 2005