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“Full Stop” by Zata Banks selected for Cannes Film Festival 2015

The poem film Full Stop by Zata Banks has been selected for the Cannes Film Festival, 13-24 May 2015.

Alchemy 2015 reviewed in the BFI’s Sight & Sound

Cuckoos and straw bears: Alchemy 2015

Five years a haven for moving-image artists and their work in the Scottish Borders, the Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival this year mounted installations and performances everywhere from a textile mill to a storage warehouse and a converted business centre.

In the Scottish Borders, amongst the rolling countryside of the valley of the Teviot, equidistant from Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne, the town of Hawick (pronounced Hoick) plays host to the annual Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, now in its fifth year. Originally a collaboration between Alchemy Film & Arts, Heart of Hawick and Creative Arts Business Network (CABN), the festival brings local and international experimental film and artists’ movies together in the town’s main cinema hub as well as at an assortment of venues and spaces beyond.

16-19 April 2015, Hawick, UK. Article by Harriet Warman27 April 2015

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Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2015 (documentation)

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The PoetryFilm “Transmutations” audience

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The PoetryFilm “Transmutations” Q&A with Richard Bailey, Zata Banks, Sean Martin and Richard Ashrowan

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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.

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

“PoetryFilm is opening up the barriers between the arts” – Inscribe Writers, February 2014

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival, 16-19 April 2015

Looking forward to the Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2015, featuring the Transmutations poetry film programme co-curated by PoetryFilm and Alchemy.

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