You talk to your loved ones at night. It is a kind of modernism: color sees into you, thinks a warm path, a tint of meaning brought from how you feel. Then, you are double: the owl calls out, tyto alba,
What can poets learn from film? This talk will examine cinematic structures and poetic strategies in an effort to investigate how two seemingly disparate practices—that of motion-picture making and that of poetry writing—engage and inform one another.