Upcoming Events

Poetry Film Workshop

As part of Light Up Poole’s Film Poetry Competition, ArtfulScribe is hosting a film poem weekend workshop course at Poole Museum. Learn the ins and outs of film poetry on this two-day course, led by Helen Dewbery and Chaucer Cameron, and create a filmpoem to enter into the competition for a chance to win the £500 First Prize or to make the shortlist and have your film screened at Lighthouse Poole.
Date: 13th-14th January 2018
Venue: Poole Museum, 5th Floor, 4 High Street, Poole, BH15 1BW

Price: £17.50 for the weekend with concessions available.
Advance booking is essential. Please book your place here:
For more information and concessions, email matt@artfulscribe.co.uk.


Coming soon … 

‘I Live My Life Through Windows’ poetry film screening early 2018.
Wild Whispers – International Poetry Film Project – dates announced soon.


  C&H 1s

Chaucer’s poems are lyrical and filled with elegant imagery, but they also carry an emotional intensity that confronts and discomforts the listener; Helen’s film photography is a delight in itself, and her use of still and moving images is varied and consistently thought-provoking; but when the poems are combined with the visuals, the effect is even greater than the sum of its parts. 

D.D. Johnston.


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