The latest in our Words in Motion series is this edgy animation about motherhood in the modern world,
A Words in Motion Feature Vimeo user Fiona Buckley walked by a man sitting at a typewriter with a sign that read: “Pick a Topic, Get a Poem.” She picked “adventure” and filmed him reciting what he wrote. Fabulous.
This video poem, the latest Words in Motion feature, examines the infinite possibilities created by the crossroads we face every day.
A Words in Motion Feature: Claude McKay‘s poem, The Tropics in New York, comes alive in this version designed by Santiago Cohen and animated by Maciek Albrecht for the Emmy winning HBO program Child’s Garden of Poetry. See all Words in Motion poetry here
The latest Words in Motion feature is inspired by this lovely post on Let the Light In about how we treat our elders. It’s one of spoken word poet IN-Q’s best videos.
A Words in Motion feature, this just released short film is a free interpretation of the poem “Beer” by Charles Bukowski, a maverick, underground writer who used his poetry to shock and pummel for social change.
A Words in Motion feature, by the cinematographer who also did the widely acclaimed Poem for Paris.
I remember the summer When the thousand crows Flew over our house . . . Definitely makes you want to hear the rest of this poem, doesn’t it?