Visual metaphors in film-poems and digital stories #1

Watch along as Laura explains how to start using the images in your film to add deeper meaning to your words. https://videopress.com/v/FMRd9CNB?preloadContent=metadata Letter to a Minnesota Jail by Anathema Jane McKenna ‘In a sense we've come to our nation's capital to cash a check. When the architects of our republic wrote the...Constitution and the Declaration of … Continue reading Visual metaphors in film-poems and digital stories #1

Two poems by Anathema McKenna

‘We Woke’ manages to contain much within its sparse waste-no-word form. There is the sharply distilled beauty in phases 'We turned to folk remedies,/colour theory, blue cloths' and ‘that melted ice goes somewhere,’ as well as the hissing alliteration which really does convey the seething anger of the poet. McKenna pulls no punches but still … Continue reading Two poems by Anathema McKenna