POEM SCREEN

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Live cinema and poetry together with the Alcalá Youth Poetry Festival.
Three generations of poets and some of the most suggestive experimental shorts that have passed through ALCINE in a unique and unrepeatable symbiosis.

Berta García Faet (Valencia, 1988) National Young Poetry Award. Author of the essay El arte de encender las palabras (Barlin, 2023), to be published on November 15, and of several books of poetry, all of them with a home in La Bella Varsovia. He has just published Corazonada (2023). He has previously published: Una pequeña personalidad linda (2021); Los salmos fosforitos (2017), Premio Nacional de Poesía Joven "Miguel Hernández" 2018; La edad de merecer (2015); and four other collections of poems, gathered in Corazón tradicionalista: Poesía 2008-2011 (2017).

Luis Díaz (Alcalá de Henares, 1994) is a journalist and cultural manager. His first book, Hombres con un diente de leche (Cántico, 2020), won the IV Premio de Poesía Irreconciliables. His second book, Los bloques naranjas (Caballo de Troya, 2023), was edited by Sabina Urraca. Since 2019 she has been directing the Festival de Poesía Joven de Alcalá de Henares.

Luz Pichel (Pontevedra, 1947). She learned to speak in a language that could die but does not want to. The tension between major and minor languages, the liberating potential of a non-stabilized and non-folklorizing use of dialect, the class conflict that the castrapo leaves in sight, memory and childhood and the crack of invention that both open, are some of the avenues that her poetry explores.



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Poem Screen Berta G, Faet, Luis Díaz, Luz PIchel
España. 2022. Color. 21 min.
Experimental.
  • Film Director: Irene Sesé.
  • Francia. 2021. Color - blanco/negro. 6 min.
    Animación.
  • Film Director: Juliette Laboria.
  • España. 2022. Color. 14 min.
    Experimental.
  • Film Director: Nayra Sanz Fuentes.
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