Cinematic Poem

A cinematic poem is not just a poem with images. The voiceover and music are just as important and create a new way of expressing the words. Also the images have to enhance the words. Willem Martinot created his first cinematic poem “All The Way” based on a poem by Charles Bukowski, but his recent visual poem is based on his own writing. “Embrace” is about a woman who suffers from heartache, but she manages to pull through. The woman is portrayed by the Dutch actress Selma Copijn and the voiceover is recorded with the Swedish Jetmira Sedijaj who lives in Holland. The great track “illusions” by Michael Cameneti is licensed via The Music Bed.
Cinematic poems are also a nice and original way to promote your projects, ventures and products.

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