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On stage at the Southbank Centre introducing “PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love”


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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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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Programme: Sounds of Love, Southbank Centre, 19 July 2014

Saturday 19 July 2014, 7:45pm

Southbank Centre

An evening of sound-informed poetry films and live performances celebrating the sounds of love and the love of sounds. Conceived, curated and introduced by Zata Kitowski.

Venue: Spirit Level at Royal Festival Hall

The event is part of Poetry International and The Festival of Love.

The full programme is below.

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PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love at the Southbank Centre, July 19, 2014

An evening of sound-informed PoetryFilms and live performances celebrating sounds of love and love of sounds.

Conceived, curated and introduced by Malgorzata Kitowski.

Spirit Level at Royal Festival Hall.

July 19th, 7:45pm.

To book tickets, please click here.


The full programme is below.

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PoetryFilm News: July 2014

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Listen to “Untitled Test Sequence – Disinformation July 2014”

Speech-synthesis and sine-wave speech demonstration video, prepared for the artist project Disinformation, premiered in the PoetryFilm “Sounds of Love” event at the Southbank Centre, London, 19 July 2014.

More information taken from the artist’s website is below.

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PoetryFilm Archive: “The Girl Chewing Gum” by John Smith


“The Girl Chewing Gum” – screened at PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love on Saturday 19 July 2014 at 7:45pm at the Southbank Centre.

PoetryFilm Archive: “The Girl Chewing Gum” by John Smith


“The Girl Chewing Gum” – screened at PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love on Saturday 19 July 2014 at 7:45pm at the Southbank Centre.

Oval Construction by Kurt Schwitters, 1925



The Man With Wheels, a film about Kurt Schwitters that was made by Billy Childish and Eugene Doyen will be screened at PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love on Saturday 19 July at 7:45pm at the Southbank Centre.

Poetry International Brochure

Poetry International Brochure

Click on the image to view the Southbank Centre’s Poetry International brochure.

PoetryFilm: Sounds of Love is on Saturday 19 July at 7:45pm.

PoetryFilm Blackboard is on Friday 18, Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July between 12pm and 2pm.

Seeing Sound symposium: documentation

Click below to see the event booklet featuring all the abstracts and the full programme. The Seeing Sound symposium took place at Bath Spa University on 9-10 April 2016.


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Spring Psychoanalytic Poetry Festival, The Freud Museum, London, 12 March 2016

Word & Image

Organised by The Freud Museum and The Poetry Society

In talks, readings, conversations and film screenings, speakers from the worlds of poetry, film and psychoanalysis explore the power of images in memory, imagination and poetry. How is an image re-rendered in a poem, and how might perception be influenced by the poet’s internal world?

Sessions include:

Gerry Byrne on the transformational power of words and images in poetry and psychotherapy.

Valerie Sinason on the language of trauma and dissociation. (abstract)

Mark Solms on ‘The Mind of the Artist’. (abstract)

Eliza Kentridge, poet and artist, reading from and introducing Signs for an Exhibition, and in conversation with Mark Solms.

Poetry films selected by Zata Banks and introduced by the filmmakers. (Programme)

Maurice Riordan with a ‘poem on the couch’, conducting an in-depth analysis of a single poem,Santarém by Elizabeth Bishop.

Pascale Petit on how imagery and images filter pain; exploring the creative dialogue she has developed with the work of Frida Kahlo. (abstract)


Gerry Byrne is a consultant nurse and child and adolescent psychotherapist, working in the NHS and privately in Oxford. He is clinical lead for the Family Assessment and Safeguarding Service (Oxon, Wilts and BaNES) and the Infant Parent Perinatal Service (Oxon). With two colleagues he runs the annual Children in Troubled Worlds conference which promotes the contributions psychoanalytic thinking and the arts can make to work with troubled children and with Janet Bolam, theatre director and writer, he runs Between the Lines – Writers and Psychotherapists in Conversation.

Valerie Sinason is a poet, author, child and adult psychotherapist and adult psychoanalyst. She is Director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies in London and Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist to the Cape Town Child Guidance Unit.

Mark Solms is Director of Neuropsychology at the University of Cape Town. He is a member of the British, American and South African Psychoanalytical Associations, and has won many awards, including the Sigourney Prize. He has published over 300 articles and six books. He is editor and translator of the forthcoming Revised Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (24 vols) and the Complete Neuroscientific Works of Sigmund Freud (4 vols).

Eliza Kentridge was born in Johannesburg in 1962. She moved to England in the late 1980s and has lived in Essex for the past 25 years. She is an artist who works in many media, though she is primarily known for her stitched drawings and applique flags. Her literary leanings, evident since childhood, now result in her first book of poetry: Signs For An Exhibition

Maurice Riordan’s poetry collections include The Water Stealer (Faber, 2013) and The Holy Land(Faber, 2007). He has recently edited The Finest Music: Early Irish Lyrics (Faber, 2014). He is Professor of Poetry at Sheffield Hallam University and the editor of The Poetry Review.

Pascale Petit is a poet living in Cornwall. Her sixth collection Fauverie was shortlisted for the 2014 T S Eliot Prize, poems from it won the 2013 Manchester Poetry Prize. Her fifth collection What the Water Gave Me: Poems after Frida Kahlo was shortlisted for both the T S Eliot Prize and Wales Book of the Year, and was a Book of the Year in the Observer. Pascale has had four collections shortlisted for the T S Eliot Prize and chosen as Books of the Year in the Times Literary Supplement, Independent and Observer. She is the recipient of a Cholmondeley Award. Bloodaxe will publish her seventh collection Mama Amazonica in 2017.

PoetryFilm is the highly influential research art project founded by British artist Zata Banks in 2002, celebrating poetry films and other experimental text/image/sound material. Since 2002, PoetryFilm has presented over 80 events at venues including Tate Britain, ICA, FACT Liverpool, Cannes Film Festival, CCCB Barcelona, O Miami, The Royal College of Art, and Curzon Cinemas. Zata Banks has also judged poetry film prizes for the Southbank Centre in London, Zebra Festival in Berlin, and Carbon Culture Review in America. PoetryFilm is supported by Arts Council England, and is an accredited member of Film Hub London, part of the BFI Audience Network. The PoetryFilm Archive, which at present contains over 1,000 artworks, welcomes submissions all year round.


Echoes (6 minutes, 35mm)
Artist: Jaimz Asmundson
A process-based, experimental film about loss, and the parallel between memory and the physical self: how it evolves, degrades and disintegrates. Structured around the recollection of a premonitory dream, fragmented memories from the period leading up to the death of the filmmaker’s mother were projected onto natural textures and surfaces, re-photographed, composited and processed until the memories became abstracted representations of the evolution, degradation and disintegration of memory and the physical self.


Three Mirrors (20 minutes, 16mm)
Artist: Diana Mavroleon
Shot in the mid-1980s, the film was written using automatic writing to explore the unconscious mind, using mirrors as in-gates. Three Mirrors was made just down the hill from the Freud Museum at Cinema Action in Winchester Rd, and was used for discussion in R.D. Laing’s department of Psychology, in the “Dream Workshop” on Eton Avenue. The film received a ‘Composer’s Commission’ from GLAA, and features an original score by Gary Carpenter.

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You Be Mother (6 minutes, 16mm)
Artist: Sarah Pucill
You Be Mother uses stop-frame animation to disrupt the traditional orders of animate and inanimate, the fluid and the solid. An hallucinatory space is set up when a frozen image of the artist’s face is projected onto weighty pieces of crockery atop a table. Ears, eyes, nose and mouth all become spatially dislocated as a determined hand begins to reposition, decant and mix. Events unfold to the amplified sounds of grinding, pouring and stirring.

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Palindrome (2 minutes, 8mm)
Artist: Zata Banks
Male and female move towards the centre.


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Poetry and Psychoanalysis
Valerie Sinason
Psychoanalysis and creativity both seek truth and transformation and have a long and complex history. Freud, as a fine writer, brought in both his appreciation of and ambivalence for the poet who, he felt, could delve deeper than the analyst, but not understand what s/he had brought to the surface. He also considered art of any kind could only work if the primary narcissism of the artist was adequately concealed. As a psychoanalyst and poet who loves language Valerie Sinason provides examples of this from her own work as well as that by others and also shows how the literal can sometimes be denigrated in favour of the symbolic

The Mind of the Artist
Mark Solms
Freud famously declared that artists retain their infantile fantasies to an unusual degree. In effect, he argued that they are more narcissistic and less reconciled to reality than non-artists. Does this theory hold water? Psychoanalyst MARK SOLMS will address the question in dialogue with poet and artist ELIZA KENTRIDGE, using her as a sort of ‘case example’.

From Pain to Paint
Pascale Petit
In this presentation I will talk about how images can transform trauma. I will discuss image-making from my own autobiography, illustrating this with poems fromThe Zoo Father and Fauverie, and how the animal imagery filters the pain. I will also show how I have explored trauma through the exuberant but harrowing art of Frida Kahlo, in my collection What the Water Gave Me: Poems after Frida Kahlo, and how working with her images and story allowed me the freedom to explore my own difficult subjects in poems.


REGISTRATION: £60 Full price / £45 Concessions (£5 reduction for Members of the Freud Musuem and the Poetry Society)

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The Terrorist, He Watches – Wislawa Szymborska

The bomb will explode in the bar at twenty past one.
Now it’s only sixteen minutes past.
Some will still have time to enter,
some to leave.

The terrorist’s already on the other side.
That distance protects him from all harm
and well it’s like the pictures:

A woman in a yellow jacket, she enters.
A man in dark glasses, he leaves.
Boys in jeans, they’re talking.
Sixteen minutes past and four seconds.
The smaller one he’s lucky, mounts his scooter,
but the taller chap he walks in.

Seventeen minutes and forty seconds.
A girl, she walks by, a green ribbon in her hair.
But that bus suddenly hides her.
Eighteen minutes past.
The girl’s disappeared.
Was she stupid enough to go in, or wasn’t she.
We shall see when they bring out the bodies.

Nineteen minutes past.
No one else appears to be going in.
On the other hand, a fat bald man leaves.
But seems to search his pockets and
at ten seconds to twenty past one
he returns to look for his wretched gloves.

It’s twenty past one.
Time, how it drags.
Surely, it’s now.
No, not quite.
Yes, now.
The bomb, it explodes.

Taken from “Sounds Feelings Thoughts: Seventy Poems” by Wislawa Szymborska, trans. Adam Czermiawski

PoetryFilm Archive: “Proem” by Suzie Hanna – first screened at PoetryFilm at Laugharne Castle in June 2014



Directed by Suzie Hanna © Dec 2013


Animation by Suzie Hanna

Sound Design by Tom Simmons

Poem by Harold Hart Crane (1930)

Voice by Tennessee Williams (1960)

(Permission for use given by HarperCollins)


This short film illustrates and interprets Hart Crane’s ‘Proem To Brooklyn Bridge’ (1930) using a direct animated stencil technique reflecting graphic styles of the period, the evocative voice of Tennessee Williams (a great admirer of Hart Crane’s work) and original sound design. This is an interdisciplinary contribution to research into cultural representations of literature and literary figures through animation and sound design, underpinned by study of Hart Crane’s creative process and his use of metaphor.

This Poetry Animation is a representation of Hart Crane’s iconic ‘Proem’ from his epic work ‘The Bridge’. Suzie Hanna animated the film using hand cut stencils imitating some graphic aspects of contemporaneous 1920s New York artists who were in Hart Crane’s coterie, such as Joseph Stella and Marsden Hartley. She also referenced Vorticism to capture vertiginous aspects of the verse. The voice of Tennessee Williams, who was an ardent admirer of Crane, is taken from a 1960 recording. Tom Simmons has built this into a resonant dramatic soundscape which interprets the materiality of the bridge, the surrounding land and waterscape and the ‘prayerful’ qualities of the Proem. He embeds sonic references to Hart Crane’s ‘shamanic process’ in which the poet played records on his Victrola, including Ravel’s ‘Bolero’, loudly and repeatedly, whilst drinking heavily and typing phrases in manic bursts. The film is part of ongoing research into representation of poetic metaphor, between Sally Bayley, Tom Simmons and Suzie Hanna: their recent article ‘Thinking Metaphorically and Allegorically: A Conversation between the fields of Poetry, Animation and Sound’ was published in Autumn 2013 in the Journal of American Studies. A further installment has been commissioned for publication in Spring 2014.


Director’s biography and filmography

Professor Suzie Hanna teaches at Norwich University of the Arts. She is an animator working with mixed media across analogue and digital interfaces, who collaborates with other academics and artists, and whose research interests include animation, poetry, puppetry and sound design. She has made numerous short films all of which have been commissioned, selected for international festival screenings, TV broadcast or exhibited in curated shows. She contributes to journals, books and conferences, and has led several innovative projects including animated online international student collaborations and digital exhibitions of art and poetry on Europe’s largest public HiDef screen.

Recent animations include a book trailer ‘Spells’ for American poet Annie Finch, ‘Letter to the World’, commissioned by the Emily Dickinson International Society, animated theatrical scenery for a production of The Tinderbox, an animated Madonna figure for a 30 foot high projection commissioned by Norwich Cathedral, ‘The Girl who would be God’ commissioned for Sylvia Plath Conference at Oxford University and ‘Man-Moth Merz’ for screening at poet Elisabeth Bishop centenary celebrations in Nova Scotia.

The ‘Proem’ film is part of ongoing research into representation of poetic metaphor, between Sally Bayley, Tom Simmons and Suzie Hanna: their recent article ‘Thinking Metaphorically and Allegorically: A Conversation between the fields of Poetry, Animation and Sound’ was published in Autumn 2013 in the Journal of American Studies. A further instalment has been commissioned for publication in Spring 2014.


Poet’s biography

Harold Hart Crane was a Modernist American poet, most famous for his epic work ‘The Bridge’. He was born in 1899, and after his tragic early suicide in 1932 he became recognised as a legendary figure in American poetry. He indulged in frequent bouts of serious alcohol abuse and risked casual sex with sailors, but despite suffering from low self-esteem, he wrote optimistic poetry. He was a follower of Whitman’s American Romanticism, and was concerned with themes of redemption and damnation. He was in a coterie of active, and later influential, artists and writers in 1920s New York, and the archive of his considerable correspondence is held at Columbia University.





  • 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



  • 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)



  • 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



  • 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)



  • 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)



  • 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)



  • 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)



  • 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)



  • 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)



  • 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)





  • 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