Two of my poetry film collaborations have been selected to screen at Juteback Poetry Film Festival later this month. The two films are Four Years From Now, Walking with My Daughter which I made with animator Liam Owen and ‘What I Should Have Said’, part 1 of the Arctica triptych that I made with Alastair Cook of Filmpoem.
From the Juteback Productions website:
“Poetry and filmmaking converge for this unique, one night only event. Featuring films from around the globe, the Juteback Poetry Film Festival highlights the creative migration of two art forms, video & poetry, also known as Videopoetry. JPFF is Colorado’s only poetry film festival and one of only two screening in the U.S. today. Join us on Friday, June 23rd at Wolverine Farm Publishing’s Letterpress and Publick House, 316 Willow St, @ 7:30 in Fort Collins CO. No advanced ticketing available, $10 at the door.”