Inspired by Film: Workshops & Competition
These workshops, and the competition open to participants, are being offered as part of the Lumière project which poet Sue Burge is working on and for which she has received an Arts Council grant. As well as being a poet, Sue is also a creative writing tutor and film studies lecturer.
The Inspired by Film workshops aim to broaden the audience for both film and poetry. Workshop participants will be asked to respond poetically to film clips. No previous experience of poetry is necessary as exercises will help participants to create fresh and original poetry in response to the chosen clips. Details of workshops below. There is no charge for these poetry workshops, but places are limited so please contact Sue on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
All participants, in the workshops will be invited to send an entry, free of charge, to an Inspired by Film Poetry Competition. This will be judged by Maura Dooley and Heidi Williamson.
Details of the rules and prizes for the competition are on Sue's website www.sueburge.uk
Please note you can only attend one workshop from the following:
1) Monday, 3rd October 2016, 6-8.30pm — Friends’ Meeting House, Bridge Street, King’s Lynn
Supported by King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club
2) Monday, 10th October 2016, 6-8.30pm — The Meeting Room, Picturehouse, St Andrew’s Street, Cambridge
Supported by the Picturehouse Cinema, Cambridge
3) Saturday, 15th October 2016, 2-4.30pm — The Community Room, Crouch End Picturehouse, 165 Tottenham Lane, London N8 9BY
Supported by the Picturehouse Cinema, Crouch End
4) Saturday, 5th November 2016, 2-4.30pm — The Education Suite, Cinema City, St Andrew’s Street, Norwich
Supported by Cinema Plus at Cinema City
The final event of the Lumière project will be an Open Mic session in the Picturehouse Bar, Cambridge on Monday, 30th January 2017 from 7pm. The evening will begin with an opportunity to hear some of the poems Sue has written as a result of the project, followed by an opportunity for winning and shortlisted competition entrants to read their work.