The Lady of the Tapestry
Lucette Braune Netherlands 2008 1:12 min nlOmeU poem: De Dame van de Tapesserie Jacques Hamelink
An experiment with the use of different materials, focussing on the use of colour, painting, paper and form.
Stephanie Winter Austria 2009 13 min dtOmeU poem: Der Doppelgänger Heinrich Heine
A surreal journey into the human abyss.
Pedro Sena Nunes Portugal 2009 12 min portOmeU poem: Hope Rui Paiva
Reflections on an organic body, annihilated by the inexorable onward march of time.
How To Be Alone
Andrea Dorfman Canada 2009 4 min english poem: How to be Alone Tanya Davis
A vivid collaboration between the filmmaker and the spoken word artist. Call it 'Juno meets Emily Dickinson'.
Mariana Reyes Mexico 2010 spOmeU 3:59 min poem: Mi Mismo Tonatihu Mercado Garcia
The story of a trapped self. Without the possibility of escape. The whole world is in this case an inner dialogue - torturous but comfortable. War is inside all of our minds.
Teemu Mäki Finland 2009 5:21 finnOmeU poem: What for? Teemu Mäki
Actress Noora Dadu recites the poem in a shopping mall and on top of a high building, with the skyline of Helsinki as a backdrop.
Simon Laganière Canada 2009 8 min franzOmeU poem: Les Outils Gilles Vigneault
Seeing his friend losing the battle against the disease, Jean-Pierre steps in. Knowing that his friend is a true Catholic, he decides to provide him with a vision of the Virgin Mary.
Guillaume Mazloum France 2010 12:07 min franzOmeU poem: Peine Perdue Guillaume Mazloum
An exploration of entanglement and revolt - shown through the everyday life of a man lost in the middle of the urban chaos.
Back to London
Cecile Ravel England 2008 9:59 min english poem: Back to London Cécile Ravel
A mother and her daughter decide to return to London one year after their last visit. The past year has left deep scars behind in the daughter, both in her body and her soul.
Wake To A Dream
Mark Jenkin England 2009 2:51 min english poem: Wake To A Dream Sally Crabtree
The early morning light of a new day in a fishing village in Cornwall symbolizes an awakening in oneself - a remembering of who one is and who one can be.