21-23 February 2019
6pm till late Daily
FILM POETRY FINALISTS
We received 77 entries from countries around the world including Australia, Italy, Ukraine, Germany France, Canada, Peru, USA, Portugal, Russia, Philippines, and the UK.
We really appreciate everyone’s creativity and the effort it takes to submit work.
Our judges Lucy English and Sarah Tremlett of Liberated Words selected the Top 1o Ten films to be screened at Lighthouse Poole from April 2018;
1 – Kneading Language – Celia Para Diaz
2 – October Fourth – Giacomo Daverio
3 – Human – Steph Holmquest and Nic Bean
4 – The Noble Amateur – Matt Miles
4 – Blue Flash Flash – Julia Bird/Jane Glennie
6 – Kin – Meriel Lland
7 – A Scientist’s Advice on Healing – Kate Sweeney
8 – Bun Stop – Dan Douglas
9 – Jupiter – Sally Fryer
10 – Only Bound by my Imagination – Diana Taylor
11 – The Map She is Trying to Follow – Marcia Pelletiere
We screened the Top 4 Films on the Argos building in Kingland Crescent, Poole during the festival.
Blue Flash Flash
Joint 4th Place – Film Poem by artist Jane Glennie, Poem called ‘Blue’ by Julia bird delivered in one breathe by Robert Glennie.
The Noble Amateur
Joint 4th Place – FilmPoetry by Matthew Miles Chambers
3rd Place – Free Verse Poem: Sexuality and Gender by Steph Holmquest and Nic Bean
2nd Place – Film Poem by Giacomo Daverio, performance by Francesca Gironi, Music by Luca Losacco, video by Jack Daverio
1st place – Film Poem, voice camera and editing by Celia Parra Diaz, original music, sound edition and recording by Alejandro Almau.