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The Wind in the Trees will be screening as part of the Shorts IV: Animation / Experimental program at the Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival on Sunday, March 9th at 12:00 in the main theater at the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR. cameragirl

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The Wind in the Trees is an official selection of the 2014 Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival. I am thrilled to once again be part of their spectacular programming.

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“The Wind in the Trees” has been honored with the Best Experimental Short Film Award, and The Perfect Spirit Film Award by the Creative Arts Film Festival!

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I am pleased to announce that The Wind in Trees is an official selection of the Creative Arts Film Festival.

Still from The Wind in the Trees

Still from The Wind in the Trees

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In July the Rodwan Productions team relocated to Detroit, MI.  Since then we have been working nonstop on our new home and studio.  After laying in a new floor and setting up the equipment in the Garret Studio this past weekend work is finally resuming on The Wind in the Trees, the fifth installment of the Poetry in Pictures Series of short poetry-based films.

Still from The Wind in the Trees

The poem, of the same titles as the film, is from Charles Goodrich’s clever collection of poetry Going to Seed: Dispatches from the Garden (available at Powells.com).

Shortly after arriving at our new home the Detroit wind got into one of our 100 year old silver maples and and landed it upon our roof!

Wind in our tree!

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May 18th the Rodwan Productions team met up with the poet Charles Goodrich and his wife Kapa at Dig Recording for the voice over recording for the Poetry in Pictures Series film of Charles’s poem “The Wind in the Trees.”  The session was a filmmaker’s dream!  No one knows the poem better than Charles and he is a natural born storyteller.  It was very surprising to learn this was his first time in recording his work.  The ease he exhibited in the studio made him appear to be a pro!  Each take was dead on perfect and we could have called it a wrap after take one.  Instead Charles made my job harder by giving me 10 wonderful takes to choose from, each with its own subtle differences.

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The first stage of the clay painting that will appear in The Wind in the Trees has been completed!  Snow is on its way.

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