Log in

No account? Create an account
My poem “Sideshow” as a short film. - Piano wire. [entries|archive|friends|userinfo]
The richest girl in town.

[ website | www.laurenwheeler.com ]
[ userinfo | livejournal userinfo ]
[ archive | journal archive ]

My poem “Sideshow” as a short film. [Friday, Mar. 21st, 2014|11:39 am]
The richest girl in town.

It’s amazing, actually–I’ve wanted this poem to be a film for a while. A couple of years ago, when I needed to create a video as a finalist for the Write Bloody contest, “Sideshow” was the poem I thought I would go with. (Instead, with the help of my friend Eric Wilhelm, I used “don’t take rides from strangers” and adore the results.)

But it seems a young filmmaker at Temple University named Tiffany Irene went there–and went there well! I had no idea until I noticed a tweet from Moving Poems:

Crevice from Dream On Films on Vimeo.

I love the way my friend MJ described the experience of this discovery–”It’s like your babies are growing up and sending you amazing post cards.”

Thanks, Tiffany Irene!

Mirrored from www.laurenwheeler.com.