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Judging the Apples & Snakes poetry film competition (results)

I enjoyed judging the Apples & Snakes poetry film competition entries last week. Congratulations to the winners:

Best Film: Ars Moriendi by Chris Stewart

Best First Film: There Is Something of You in Me by Lauren Vevers

Zata invited to judge the Apples and Snakes poetry film competition

I am looking forward to being a Guest Judge for this competition organised by Apples and Snakes, one of the UK’s leading poetry organisations.
Apples and Snakes SquareRead Our Lips 
Deadline 23 February
Open to poets living in the north of England, this competition from Apples and Snakes celebrates a DIY aesthetic with prizes offered to poets making their own film poems from storyboard to final cut. Awards go to best film, best first film and audience favourite. For rules and how to enter, click here:

Postcard from the PoetryFilm “Poets on Film” event at The Albany in May 2005

PoetryFilm partnered with Apples and Snakes, Battersea Arts Centre, and with Mark Gwynne Jones from the “PsychicBread” collective.


“Malgorzata Kitowski’s regular London screenings have become something of a cult attraction to independent film-buffs and poetry-fans alike. The work stretches from art house to documentary, calling at all points in between.” – Battersea Arts Centre, May 2005

Copy from a postcard produced by Battersea Arts Centre and Apples and Snakes to promote the “Poets On Film” event at The Albany on Friday May 6, 2005.