“Accents” By Denice Frohman | Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

“Accents” By Denice Frohman

What it is?

Last night I saw two YouTube videos by the YouTube channel TED-Ed that caught my attention, the first video was called “Accents” By Denice Frohman, and the second video was called Interview With Poet Denice Frohman.

Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

What is it about?

“Accents” By Denice Frohman

This is how TED-Ed describes this video:

An animated interpretation of Denice Frohman’s poem “Accents”

Watch an interview with the poet here: https://youtu.be/MbA7hvrDneo

This animation is part of our series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations of poems both old and new that give language to some of life’s biggest feelings.

Poem by Denice Frohman, directed by KAPWA / Robertino Zambrano.

Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

This is how TED-Ed describes this video:

An interview with poet Denice Frohman about her poem “Accents”

This interview is part of our new series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations of poems both old and new that give language to some of life’s biggest feelings.

Is Angel’s Egg An Overlooked Masterpiece? – Analyzed And Explained

Is Angel’s Egg An Overlooked Masterpiece? – Analyzed And Explained

What is it?

Today Chris Stuckmann from YouTube uploaded a video on YouTube called, Is Angel’s Egg An Overlooked Masterpiece? – Analyzed And Explained, where he analyzed the Japanese anime OVA (original video animation) called Angel’s Egg which was directed by Mamoru Oshii.

What is it about?

This is how Chris Stuckmann describes this video:

Do you agree that Angel’s Egg is an overlooked masterpiece?

Email Criterion at suggestions@criterion.com and CC Jon Mulvaney at mulvaney@criterion.com.

Let them know this film is perfect for them!

You can also tweet @Criterion.

Maybe we’ll see a release of this masterpiece yet.

Conventional Wisdom

Today The Daily Post had a Discover Challenge called Conventional Wisdom, and this is what is said:

This week, write a post that goes against the conventional wisdom — reinterpret something for us.

Tell us about your unconventional views.

Help us to see an old story in a new light.

You could:

Write about a cliché you’ve never agreed with.

Give us your interpretation of a book, film, poem, or song you understand differently than most people.

Take a photo of something most folks find boring or unattractive, and show us its unappreciated beauty.

Create a sketch that reimagines a classic story.

Challenge us!

Push us to think of the world — read a story, see a photo, hear a song — in a way we might never have thought of.

To help other participants and new fans find your response in the Reader, tag your post #DiscoverWP.

Not sure how to add a tag?

Learn more.

Angel’s Egg (John Jr’s Personal Interpretation)

Mako Hyôdô in Tenshi no tamago (1985)
Titles: Angel's Egg
People: Mako Hyôdô
Source: IMDb

I just found an old text file of probably a rough draft of a post that I used to have on my blog years ago back when my blog was on Windows Live Spaces, it is probably not the last (final) version so this is an old rough draft from years ago, but at least I can save some of it by adding this back to my blog even if it is outdated and poorly typed.

Several years ago, probably during one of my lonely depressive periods, I got the crazy idea/inspiration to type my own personal interpretation (if that is the correct word), of a Japanese anime (animated) film or original video animation (OVA) called Angel’s Egg by Mamoru Oshii and Yoshitaka Amano:

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