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rootsROUTES – The Poetry Films

18 October 2016 - 6 November 2016

The film Eleġija, directed by Ken Scicluna, is inspired by the poems “Dedika” and “Eleġija” by Doreen Micallef. This film is part of “Poetry on Film” project by Valletta 2018 Foundation and Inizjamed.

Eleġija

The film Eleġija, directed by Ken Scicluna, is inspired by the poems “Dedika” and “Eleġija” by Doreen Micallef. This film is part of “Poetry on Film” project by Valletta 2018 Foundation and Inizjamed.
The film L.O.M.L. is inspired by “Tibqa’ Int” – a poem by Raymond Mahoney. L.O.M.L. is directed by Gilbert Calleja and Matthew Attard. This film is part of “Poetry on Film” project by Valletta 2018 Foundation and Inizjamed.

L.O.M.L.

The film L.O.M.L. is inspired by “Tibqa’ Int” – a poem by Raymond Mahoney. L.O.M.L. is directed by Gilbert Calleja and Matthew Attard. This film is part of “Poetry on Film” project by Valletta 2018 Foundation and Inizjamed.
The poetry film Aċitilena by Adrian Grima. Produced by Fade In Media. Poem translated to English by Albert Gatt.

Aċitilena

The poetry film Aċitilena by Adrian Grima. Produced by Fade In Media. Poem translated to English by Albert Gatt.
This poetry film by Heleen Haijtema presents the poem “De klei wacht” (“The clay waits”) by Sannemaj Betten. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.

De klei wacht

This poetry film by Heleen Haijtema presents the poem “De klei wacht” (“The clay waits”) by Sannemaj Betten. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.
This poetry film by Elmar Kuiper presents the poem “Ierappel Bossa Nova” (“Potato Bossa Nove”) by Arjen Hut. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.

Ierdehûd

This poetry film by Elmar Kuiper presents the poem “Ierappel Bossa Nova” (“Potato Bossa Nove”) by Arjen Hut. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.
The poetry film entitled “op 'e knibbels” by Piter Hettinga presents the poem by Wilco Berga. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.

Op 'e knibbels

The poetry film entitled “op ‘e knibbels” by Piter Hettinga presents the poem by Wilco Berga. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.
This poetry film by Sytse Jansma entitled “Potatoheads” presents the poem “goe rie” (“A Piece of Good Advice”) by Bartle Laverman. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.

Potatoheads

This poetry film by Sytse Jansma entitled “Potatoheads” presents the poem “goe rie” (“A Piece of Good Advice”) by Bartle Laverman. The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.
Directed, filmed and edited by Yasmin Fedda, the poetry film A Man Dies in Me (2015) presents the poem written by Zhawen Shally. The poem has been translated to English by Vicki Feaver.

A Man Dies in Me

Directed, filmed and edited by Yasmin Fedda, the poetry film A Man Dies in Me (2015) presents the poem written by Zhawen Shally. The poem has been translated to English by Vicki Feaver.
The film “The road to westhoeke” by Richard van der Laan presents the poem by Albertina Soepboer, “de wei nei de Westhoeke ta.” The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.

The Road to Westhoeke

The film “The road to westhoeke” by Richard van der Laan presents the poem by Albertina Soepboer, “de wei nei de Westhoeke ta.” The film is part of the project “Potatoes go Wild” by Leeuwarden 2018.
The film An Imminent Dawn (2015) presents the poem “Twin” written by Ahmad Abdul Hussein and translated by Kei Miller. Through this film the Iraqi poet reflects on both life and death. Yasmin Fedda directed, filmed and edited the film. Produced by Highlight Arts.

An Imminent Dawn

The film An Imminent Dawn (2015) presents the poem “Twin” written by Ahmad Abdul Hussein and translated by Kei Miller. Through this film the Iraqi poet reflects on both life and death. Yasmin Fedda directed, filmed and edited the film. Produced by Highlight Arts.