Lit. Collage: A festival for poetry and collage in Weimar

A new press release from the folks behind the Weimar Poetry Film Festival notes that

With »Lit. Collage« we are setting a special emphasis this year. Paired with the Film Festival, the Collage and Poetry Festival is meant for anyone who enjoys experimenting with cutting and assembling techniques and sharing them with others. […]

This year 479 films from 51 different countries were submitted for the 9th Weimar Poetry Film Award. The award ceremony will take place on June 1st at the Lichthaus Kino in Weimar. Stay tuned for more information about our official selection!

Workshops and events

We invite you to participate in several workshops in April. The courses are led by the Weimar animation artist Franka Sachse, the Berlin Poetry Slam pioneer Bas Böttcher and the Weimar musician Kay Kalytta. Poems by the Belarusian poet Volha Hapeyeva, the Colombian author Ramona de Jesús and the Weimar writer Gisela Kraft (1936–2010) serve as inspiration and source material.

The results of the workshops will be presented on various occasions in May.


13.04. & 14.04.
Stop motion workshop with Franka Sachse
ACC Galerie, Burgplatz 1

Text collage workshop with Bas Böttcher
LiteraturEtage, Marktstr. 2-4 (OG)

26.04 & 27.04.
Sound collage workshop with Kay Kalytta
Klangradar Weimar, Fuldaer Str. 185

The entry fee is 30 euros per workshop (including festival pass for the Poetryfilmtage on 31st May/1st June).
Registration via mail:
For more information, click here


Exhibition opening „Drehmoment“ by Aline Helmcke
LiteraturEtage, Marktstr. 2-4 (OG)

Silent Party
ACC Galerie, Burgplatz 1

Lit.Collage. Poetry, Performance, Film
Mon ami, Großer Saal, Goetheplatz 11

Poetryfilmtage / Award ceremony of the 9th Weimar Poetry Film Award
Lichthaus Kino, Am Kirschberg 4

Visit their website for detailed descriptions of the April workshops for Stop-Motion, Text-Collage, and Sound-Collage.

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