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Poetry in motion

Author: Ron Mann; Charles Bukowski; Sphinx Productions.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Janus Films, Chicago, Ill. : Home Vision Cinema. ©1982.
Series: Home Vision cinema.
Edition/Format:   Video   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Director Ron Mann filmed over 75 poets and writers for what the American film called "the Woodstock of Poetry". Ginsberg, Burroughs, Baraka, and Di Prima are just a few of the poets associated with the "Beat Generation". Through the spoken word they reinvented language giving a fresh, loud voice to an era contending with major change. "Poetr in Motion" is, for younger generations, one of the few remaining documents  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Mann; Charles Bukowski; Sphinx Productions.
ISBN: 078001913X 9780780019133
OCLC Number: 757719250
Notes: Documentaire.
Credits: Hôte: Charles Bukowski ; avec la voix de David Joliat.
Avec la participation des poètes et écrivains suivants: Jim Carroll, Amiri Baraka, Ted Berrigan, John Cage, Ed Sanders, Allen Ginserg, Charles Bukowski, Anne Waldman, William S. Burroughs, Tom Waits, Ntozake Shange, John Giorno, Helen Adam, Miguel Algarin, Jayne Cortez, Robert Creeley, Christopher Dewdney, Diane Di Prima, Kenward Elmslie, Four Horsemen, Michael McClure, Ted Milton, Michael Ondaatje, Gary Snyder.
Générique: Photogr., Robert Fresco ; montage, Peter Wintonick ; recherche, David Segal.
Description: 1 vidéocassette (90 min.) : son., coul. ; VHS.
Series Title: Home Vision cinema.
Responsibility: a film by Ron Mann ; producer/director, Ron Mann ; Sphinx Productions in association with Giorno Poetry Systems

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"Director Ron Mann filmed over 75 poets and writers for what the American film called "the Woodstock of Poetry". Ginsberg, Burroughs, Baraka, and Di Prima are just a few of the poets associated with the "Beat Generation". Through the spoken word they reinvented language giving a fresh, loud voice to an era contending with major change. "Poetr in Motion" is, for younger generations, one of the few remaining documents to capture the genius of the innovators and legens of post-modern American poetry."

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