As we said in the last episode, SWC EP 6 is going to be a little bit different. It’s going to be an audio-visual experience!
Before we get going, make sure to listen all the way to the end for an interview with Andrew Smith about the upcoming SWC anthology deadline!
Since our next event is “Short Films for Creatives,” with Lesley Traynor of Fierce Poetry in Motion on Tuesday 10th April 2018, this week’s cast is a recording from last year’s event, “Poetry In Motion: Sharing And Discussing Poetry Films” in this episode.
Throughout this episode, you’ll hear the film being introduced as normal. There will be a pause…where you’re free to pause the podcast, watch the film in question and then come back to the podcast to hear what was discussed!
You can follow Fierce Poetry in Motion on Twitter @motionpoets or contact them via email: email@example.com. Their Vimeo account with all of the films featured is: https://vimeo.com/user74893934 .
Films In Order Of Appearance:
1 ) Lesley Traynor – ‘Thrawn’
2 ) Katharine Macfarlane – ‘St Enoch’
3 ) Max Scratchmann – ‘Corridors of Dreams’
4) Stephen Watt – ‘Slow Dancing in the Kitchen’
5 ) Angela Hughes – ‘The Heart That Beats Within Me’
6 ) Carla Woodburn – ‘Armageddon’
7 ) Donal McLaughlin – [new trees!] haiku
8 ) Janet Crawford – ‘Beacon’
9 ) Savannah Dodd – ‘Glasses’*
10 ) Sabina England – ‘Deaf Brown Gurl’
*This film does contain strong references to sexual violence.
We hope you enjoy the films and their discussions. Listen on![mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/ScottishWritersCentre/the-swc-podcast-episode-6-poetry-in-motion-sharing-and-discussing-poetry-film/ width=100% height=120 hide_cover=1]
If you want more on this event then check out Rebecca Gaff’s wonderful blog: http://scottishwriterscentre.co.uk/2017/05/25/fierce-poetry-in-motion/
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