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Poetry in motion a film

Twenty-three North American poets perform their work with dance, music, electronic sound and projected slides. Charles Bukowski comments on poetry as a performance art.

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  • "Twenty-three North American poets perform their work with dance, music, electronic sound and projected slides. Charles Bukowski comments on poetry as a performance art."@en
  • "Twenty-three North American poets perform their work with dance, music, electronic sound and projected slides. Charles Bukowski comments on poetry as a performance art. Includes William S. Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Diane Diprima and others. DVD."@en
  • "Feature documentary that explores the nature and vision of contemporary poetry. It introduces the work of 25 North American writers by showing them discussing and reading their work."@en
  • "Feature documentary that explores the nature and vision of contemporary poetry. It introduces the work of 25 North American writers by showing them discussing and reading their work."
  • "Documentary of poets reading and reflecting on their work."@en
  • "24 celebrated poets read or otherwise perform and comment on their work. The CD Rom allows users to select specific poets and access their performances directly. Each performance is accompanied by the text of the poem being read."@en
  • ""Poetry in motion is an unprecedented anthology of poets who sing, chant, anything but 'read' their work"--Container."@en
  • "Examines North American poetry as performance art, featuring readings from both well known and newer poets. Includes some commentary by poet, Charles Bukowski."
  • ""Poetry in motion is an unprecedented anthology of poets who sing, chant, anything but 'read' their work"--Container."
  • "Records 25 Beat and other writers and poets giving live performances of their work. Emphasizes the importance of music and dance to the performance of poetry."@en
  • "Features contemporary North American poets and their works."@en
  • "Live performances by poets, using the visual arts of music, dance, sight and sound effects to bring poetry to its essence."
  • "Feature documentary that explores the nature and vision of contemporary poetry. It introduces the work of 25 North American writers, by showing them discussing and reading their work."@en
  • "Contemporary poets discuss the role of the poet in today's society and perform their works in a variety of settings. Participants include: Charles Bukowski, Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Ted Berrigan, Kenward Elmslie, Ed Sanders, Helen Adam, Tom Waits, William S. Burroughs, Christopher Dewdney, Michael McClure, Ted Milton, Robert Creeley, John Cage, Four Horsemen, Michael Ondaatje, Jayne Cortez, Diane Di Prima, John Giorno, Ntozake Shange, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg, Jim Carroll, Miguel Algarin."
  • "This highly acclaimed documentary examines North American poetry as a performance art. The film includes readings from well-known poets, as well as introducing the work of many newer poets."
  • "Summary: Feature documentary that explores the nature and vision of contemporary poetry. It introduces the work of 25 North American writers by showing them discussing and reading their work."
  • "A performance film of contemporary poets which celebrates poetry's ancient oral tradition. Here twenty-four leading North American poets sing, chant and read from their own works."
  • ""Director Ron Mann filmed over 75 poets and writers for what the American film called "the Woodstock of Poetry". Ginsberg, Burroughs, Baraka, and Di Prima are just a few of the poets associated with the "Beat Generation". Through the spoken word they reinvented language giving a fresh, loud voice to an era contending with major change. "Poetr in Motion" is, for younger generations, one of the few remaining documents to capture the genius of the innovators and legens of post-modern American poetry.""
  • "Presents the poems of twenty-four contemporary poets such as Allen Ginsberg, Ntozake Shange, and William S. Burroughs. Features the printed text of each poem and a movie of the author reading his work. Includes some brief interviews."

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  • "Documentaries and factual works"@en
  • "Documentary films"@en
  • "Feature"@en
  • "Art"@en
  • "Nonfiction films"@en
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "DVD-Video"

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  • "Poetry in motion a film by Ron Mann"
  • "Poetry in motion a film"
  • "Poetry in motion a film"@en
  • "Poetry in Motion.--"
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  • "Poetry in motion"
  • "Poetry in motion"@en