Earlier this year, I had an opportunity to interview both poet, Geffrey Davis, and film-maker, Chad Howitt in regards to the above film (originally presented by Motionpoems). For the first time ever, I had a credit in a film for assisting with the film-maker on the poem. A pretty cool experience 🙂
I love the whole premise behind Motionpoems in their goal to take poetry and bring them to life through film.
To see the original film and interviews, the links are below:
Motionpoems now in the midst of its seventh season, and I hope they have many, many more.
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This morning I perused through my Twitter feed and saw a blog on Martians Attack in regards to “YouTube Tuesday” that I figured I’ll take part and see where it takes me. 🙂
I’ve recently got into watching short films, and this particular one is an awesome Horror flick that’s not for the faint-hearted. The film by Matt Sears is about 8 minutes long, and is based on a two-sentence story:
A girl heard her mom yell her name from downstairs, so she got up and started to head down. As she got to the stairs, her mom pulled her into her room and said “I heard that, too.”
Watch it (if you dare) and let me know what you think.
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I’m interrupting my usual posts to bring you a special short film: Creased Map of the Underworld
This film took a poem written by Kim Addonizio which was then put into motion by film-maker Bryan Michurski. It’s gritty, and it’s dark. After watching it, you may never look at the world, or death, quite the same again. Through Motionpoems, I had the honor of interviewing both Kim and Bryan. You can read it here.