9th International Video Poetry Festival - Digital Platform
VIDEO POETRY ZONE 2021VIEW ALL
The poem, „Dread” by Attila József, portrays the childhood cruelty caused by poverty.
Born and raised in Brazil, Fernanda Parrado is an experimental filmmaker and archivist with a BFA in Film & Video Production
The story unfolding on the screen for the viewer, is a strange dream in which a man and a woman are on their way to a date night.
Poet Zêdan Xelef recounts the drudgery of everyday life in Chamishko, a camp in Northern Iraq.
This dialogue between sound and image creates a liminal space where protagonist, filmmaker and viewer meet.
This poem is about atrocities against women.
A Visual Poetry short movie on what it was like to be isolated in our crowded city.
Gettin' on with it from the book The Ways of the Firefly
Wilderness, illness and the great British cretinocracy.
‘I am Home’ is about the love and acceptance of self and being.
It is divided into four vignettes that blend the artist’s: video, music, poetry, performance and computer generated design.
In this short noir animation, a man in a back alley reflects on smoking and the meaning of life.
A symphonic audiovisual project for two Japanese performers.
After a death in the family, the surviving members begin a traditional ritual as a form of honour and healing.
Based on Joseph Brodsky poetry, this story is about relationship between man and women.
The film captures four sets of lovers amid passion; to create a portrait of tender intimacy, of longing, of discovery, of desire, of embrace and care.
VIDEO ART ZONE 2021VIEW ALL
A video work which intensely dialogues with the viewer, proposing a highly unsettling visual metaphor.
Inspired by the interaction of light through different mediums.
What happens in our presence of over-saturation, over stimulation — of information, images, words — when we seek for tranquility?
The silhouette of a woman wanders in a ghostly landscape, and crosses the image by hiding from those who seek it.
A reflection on our modern society and it's behavior toward sexuality.
Short animation video, using inspiration from F.G. Lorca’s Blood Wedding.
Project Type: Animation, Experimental, Short
A fascination for the diversity of forms, which human beings from the depths of ages invented to represent figures.
Antimatter is a material composed of so-called antiparticles.
A short film that pays homage to Dali and the free surrealist cinema.
The film was thought and completed in 48 hours.
The 3D polygonal structure is analyzed and re-meshed according to various parameters.
This short film illustrates just a small part of a transgender's feelings about his body, from a different point of view.
A story of two solitudes brought closer by the laws of magnetism.
An artistic venture that intervolves the stillness of architecture with the fluidity of dance.
Inspired by a troubled meditation on a medieval saint.
DOCUMENTARIES & SHORT FILM ZONE 2021VIEW ALL
Moving images drawn from 100 years of Manchester history by Marion Hewitt of the North West Film Archive.
In the beginning, there was nothing. You can get nothing easily.
An existential drama exploring the universal themes of death and rebirth.
A short experimental film based on the pain caused by Migration of People.
A film-poem documenting the journey of a cinematographer through the fragile landscapes of the Arctic.
We are proud to re-release our groundbreaking experimental short film on one of the least known figures of the Harlem Renaissance.
When night falls, the cities of light open.
A NEW NORMAL is a stereoscopic essay film that examines the question how to go on when everything has changed.
In the isolation of lockdown, a lonely young man stays in contact with the outside world through voice messages, sent by friends and lovers.
When Göran, 93, retired he made a change and became a poet.
Harold Norse was a celebrated queer beat poet who experienced quite a fascinating life.
Performed during an evening of spoken word hosted by Hank Henderson "homo-centric gets Queer!"
17 homeless, WAYout poets from the streets of Freetown, Sierra Leone came together to produce this film.
A portrait of the inside process of the Latin America's most important contemporary indigenous artist - Benvenuto Chavajay.
A road trip leads Marilyn Freeman to the origins of racism in this meditative video essay about facing the religious roots of white supremacy.
The great English Victorian poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning left an indelible mark on the world with her universal sonnet.
LECTURES & PERFORMANCE ZONE 2021VIEW ALL
Poetry film-maker, poet and theorist Sarah Tremlett is interviewed by author and poetry film-maker Dr Meriel Lland.
I Can’t Breathe is a Poem/Spoken Word piece that sums up the similarities between being physically choked to death and spiritually choked to death
Lady Lazarus is a Poem by Sylvia Plath. In this artwork the poem is narrated by a female voice while a dancer performs around a sculpture-installation and music specifically created for the poem.
Park presents archives of unexpected past occurrences that happened around the same time, in separate yet similar tracks with some overlaps
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