Anna Eijsbouts/Neil Gaiman - HATE FOR SALE (Netherlands/USA)
Recently the largest poetry film festival ZEBRA took place in Münster, Germany.
The "Award for the best Film for Tolerance" donated by the Federal Foreign Office
went to Anna Eijsbout for the animation "Hate For Sale" based on the poem by Neil Gaiman.
The stop motion animated poetry film was staff picked on vimeo and became
viral with over 102'000 views within one year.
The Art Visuals & Poetry Film Festival is held bi-annually in Vienna. It became the second largest poetry film festival world-wide showing 82 films Nov 4-6, 2017.
The next Art Visuals & Poetry Film Festival Vienna will take place in autumn 2019.
The call for entries will start 6-8 months before on FilmFreeway and via website.
Even though the competitions are traditionally dedicated to German speaking countries only,
the festival offers a large curated international side program.
So we are looking forward to excited new films all over the world!
The Art Visuals & Poetry organizes poetry film screenings within the festival pause with partners all over Austria. Next screening will be October 9, 2018 8 pm at Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus, Vienna.
The location Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus is one of the most renowned arthouse cinemas in the heart of the old city center of Vienna. The screening is a cooperation
between Künstlerhaus Vienna, which is the oldest art fine assosciation in Vienna.
Sigrun Höllrigl has founded the Austrian Poetry Film Festival in 2013. She studied literature (MA)
and works as a writer, film maker and event organizer in Vienna. In 2015/16 she has published two novels "Odysseus X"
and "The Camp" and realized poetry films with other film makers.
Hubert Sielecki studied film making in Vienna and Poland. He teached experimental animation at
the University of Applied Arts for 30 years and realized many poetry films in cooperation with various artists and writers.