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Bewogen : filmgedichten in gebarentaal

Author: Wim EmmerikGiselle MeyerAnja HiddingaLeendert PotErik BindervoetAll authors
Publisher: [Amsterdam] : Rubinstein, [2004?].
Edition/Format:   DVD video : DutchView all editions and formats
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Five film poems in Dutch Sign Language by Deaf poets Wim Emmerik and Giselle Meyer and the hearing filmmakers Anja Hiddinga and Leendert Pot, with a literary translation into Dutch by Erik Bindervoet and Robbert-Jan Henkes, and into English by Gene Moore; a lecture by the poet Wim Emmerik on sign poetry; and a photographic exhibition by the photographer Lex van Rossen.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Poetry
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Wim Emmerik; Giselle Meyer; Anja Hiddinga; Leendert Pot; Erik Bindervoet; Robbert-Jan Henkes; Gene M Moore; Lex van Rossen
ISBN: 9054448962 9789054448969
OCLC Number: 58598184
Language Note: In Dutch Sign Language, with Dutch and English text for the poems.
Credits: Directors, Anja Hiddinga and Leendert Pot ; Translators, Gene Moore, Erik Bindervoet, and Robbert-Jan Henkes.
Performer(s): Poetry performed by Wim Emmerik and Giselle Meyer.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format.
Other Titles: Motioning :
Filmgedichten in gebarentaal
Film poetry in sign language
Responsibility: gedichten en voordracht, Wim Emmerik [en] Giselle Meyer ; regie, Anja Hiddinga [en] Leendert Pot ; Vertaling, Erik Bindervoet [en] Robbert-Jan Henkes = Motioning : film poetry in sign language / poems and performance, Wim Emmerik [and] Giselle Meyer ; direction, Anja Hiddinga [and] Leendert Pot ; translation, Gene Moore, Erik Bindervoet, [and] Robbert-Jan Henkes.

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Five film poems in Dutch Sign Language by Deaf poets Wim Emmerik and Giselle Meyer and the hearing filmmakers Anja Hiddinga and Leendert Pot, with a literary translation into Dutch by Erik Bindervoet and Robbert-Jan Henkes, and into English by Gene Moore; a lecture by the poet Wim Emmerik on sign poetry; and a photographic exhibition by the photographer Lex van Rossen.

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