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Issue Details: First known date: 2000... 2000 A Walk with Words
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This is is a contemporary story about Romaine Moreton, an urban poet and performance artist.

Exhibitions

7616736

Notes

  • Broadcast date: 18.3.01.

Production Details

  • Producer: Charlotte Seymour

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: English
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      Australia,
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      A Walk with Words Productions ,
      2000 .
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      Extent: 28 min.p.
      Note/s:
      • Originally released: ABC Indigenous Programs Unit, 2000.
      • Poems in order of performance in the film

        • Taxi Driver
        • Don't Let It Make You Over
        • Come To Me
        • Seasonal Revelations
        • Ode To Barbie
        • Strange Recipe
        • Gather Round
        • I Shall Surprise You by My Will

Works about this Work

Poetry as Cinema : A Discursive Screening from 1913-2006 John Jenkins , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 71 no. 3 2011; (p. 135-148)
'Australian cinema began with a confident leap into the future. Charles Tait's The Story of the Kelly Gang, made in Melbourne in 1906, is credited as the world's first narrative feature. Post-Federation years continued to see poetry influence the national imagination, and occasionally inspire cinema on its journey.' (Author's abstract)
Poetry as Cinema : A Discursive Screening from 1913-2006 John Jenkins , 2011 single work criticism
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 71 no. 3 2011; (p. 135-148)
'Australian cinema began with a confident leap into the future. Charles Tait's The Story of the Kelly Gang, made in Melbourne in 1906, is credited as the world's first narrative feature. Post-Federation years continued to see poetry influence the national imagination, and occasionally inspire cinema on its journey.' (Author's abstract)

Awards

2000 winner World of Women (WOW) Film Festival Best International Short Film At the International Film Festival, Sydney 2000.
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