Poet and filmmaker Gwylym Cano describes his recent work as cine-poetics, since it melds repurposed video with verse — or at least the sense of verse — in a marriage of his favorite disciplines. The result is pure, true, funny, wise, profoundly visual and especially subjective, forged in the footsteps of a personal hero, the late Stan Brakhage, whose own filmmaking mantra raged against the concept of the... More >>>