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“The Laughing Heart”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film In Morocco Directed By Nacho Jáuregui (2017)

“The Laughing Heart” is a Cinematic Poem Short Film In Morocco Featuring Charles Bukowski Poem Directed By Nacho Jáuregui.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Nacho Jáuregui

The Laughing Heart Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed byNacho Jáuregui 2017

Cinematography by: Izhan Galiana
Music by: Ryan Taubert

Narrated by: Tom O’Bedlam

“A few months ago, a friend and I went to discover Morocco for a personal project. It was an amazing experience for both of us, and some of the witnessed places were breathtaking. I’m pretty sure that I’ll be back sooner or later.

So, with some of the images that we recorded, I made this little tribute to Mr. Charles Bukowski and his poem ‘The Laughing Heart’. And, of course, to my colleague Izhan, who’s being a fellow companion these last couple of years. For more adventures like this!”

The Laughing Heart Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed byNacho Jáuregui 2017

“The Laughing Heart” by Charles Bukowski

your life is your life
don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission.
be on the watch.
there are ways out.
there is a light somewhere.
it may not be much light but
it beats the darkness.
be on the watch.
the gods will offer you chances.
know them.
take them.
you can’t beat death but
you can beat death in life, sometimes.
and the more often you learn to do it,
the more light there will be.
your life is your life.
know it while you have it.
you are marvelous
the gods wait to delight
in you.

The Laughing Heart Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed byNacho Jáuregui 2017

Website: https://vimeo.com/nachojauregui

“Elements”: A Cinematic Poem Aerial Short Film In Africa And Iceland By Bernat Eguiluz (2015)

“Elements” is a Cinematic Poem Aerial Short Film In Africa And Iceland Featuring an Original Poem by Elan Grug Muse Directed By Bernat Eguiluz.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Bernat Eguiluz

Music by:   Angus MacRae (“Tides”)

Original Poem: Elan Grug Muse
Narrated by: Jasen Anthony

Elements Cinematic Poem Aerial Short Film in Africa and Iceland Directed by Bernat Eguiluz in 2015

“Elements” is an aerial film made as a tribute to nature, and its aim was to not only to show you this majestic landscapes, but also to capture the rawness of it.

I’ve been travelling around for a long time, and have been left breathless admiring the spectacularity of these landscapes, and felt a need to film them and share it with the rest of you with this tribute to the planet we live in.

The different locations its been shot in, include Iceland and the deserts of Morocco and Tunisia, throughout the year.”

Website:  http://bernateguiluz.com/

“If Tomorrow Starts Without Me”: A Cinematic Poem Short Film Directed By Camille Marotte (2014)

“If Tomorrow Starts Without Me” is a cinematic poem short film featuring poem attributed to David Romano (1993) read by Tom O’Bedlam directed by Camille Marotte.

Filmed and Directed by:  Camille Marotte

Camille Marotte Director
Director Camille Marotte

Music Composed by:  Hammock (“Mono No Aware”)

Poem Read by:  Tom O’Bedlam

Produced by:  Black Negative

“If Tomorrow Starts Without Me”

by David Romano (1993)

“If tomorrow starts without me, and I’m not here to see,
If the sun should rise and find your eyes all filled with tears for me;
I wish so much you wouldn’t cry the way you did today,
While thinking of the many things we didn’t get to say.
I know how much you love me, as much as I love you
And each time that you think of me, I know you’ll miss me too.
But when tomorrow starts without me please try to understand,
That an angel came and called my name and took me by the hand.
He said my place was ready, in heaven far above
And that I’d have to leave behind all those I dearly love.
But as I turned and walked away a tear fell from my eye.
For all my life I’d always thought, I didn’t want to die.
I had so much to live for, so much left yet to do.
It seemed almost impossible that I was leaving you.
I thought of all the yesterdays the good ones and the bad.
I thought of all the love we shared, and all the fun we had.”

Website:   camillemarotte.com