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Ed Ward’s StoriesStories

Ed Ward's StoriesStories

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Bigfoot

Bigfoot

  Bigfoot, Kill, Kill!   THE LEGENDS OF BIGFOOT. So I thought this summer I’d write all five…. Instead, I’ve got three poems cookin’ about Bigfoot, others are in the marinating stage. The first, I shared with my private poetry list, riffs on the Echo and Narcissus myth. Bigfoot was handsome, a very handsome Puebloan [...]

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The Thief

The Thief

Why sleep? I was part of a team, under the direction of Steve Hume, that made this film for Denver’s 24 Hour Film Race. Shall we brag? We won Best Editor and Best Cinematography! The joy, of course, was making it. A funny journey for the team, best friends split, new friends were made, we [...]

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Labor of Love

Labor of Love

  Labor of Love is the story of a poem being written, a poem that might’ve existed before Time, before Titans, before the Ludlow strike of last century, before the Ludlow massacre that followed, some time before the middle class existed and after it disappears. To see the movie, please click here. To read the [...]

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My Best Shot

My Best Shot

Inhabiting old ghosts I hope Larry doesn’t mind that I’m him. Then again, what poet wouldn’t mind the breath of another to reinvigorate their words? In a tradition that stretches like the Colorado River from Denver to Los Angeles and back again, the voices of the underground poets return to the Mercury Cafe. I think [...]

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ZOMBIE CLUB

ZOMBIE CLUB

Summer 2010 I had so much fun. A gaggle of 10-13 year olds at the Cope Branch Boys and Girls Club started doing Forum Theater and improvisations with me, one thing led to another, and while I thought I was destined for a summer of finger puppet making, and launching my project Geronimo (read more [...]

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Labor of Love

Labor of Love

A new work by Cano Finger puppets return in this short form HD movie.  Labor of Love features newly created puppets and a kick ass song by Reverend Vince Anderson and his Love Choir, outta Brooklyn, NY. Crossing fingers, hopes-alive, “Labor of Love” might premiere in Berlin, Germany at the Zebra Poetry Film Festival. A  [...]

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Flowers of Evil

Flowers of Evil

Let Flowers of Evil take you on a cross-cultural spree at Crossroads Theater. By Susan Froyd in Things to Do One thing’s for sure: You can pretty much always count on Denver Chicano Renaissance man Gwylym Cano to come up with something completely different. His reputation as a filmmaker is built on the funny 1995 [...]

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Westword’s Night and Day calendar

Westword's Night and Day calendar

Gwylym Cano was recently featured in Westword’s Night and Day calendar section, screening his poetic short films under the title Viewer Indiscretion Advised. Poet and filmmaker Gwylym Cano describes his recent work as cine-poetics, since it melds repurposed video with verse — or at least the sense of verse — in a marriage of his [...]

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Article in North Denver Tribune

Article in North Denver Tribune

North Denver Tribune article.

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Indiscretion at Museo

Indiscretion at Museo

Viewer Indiscretion Advised A program of short films created by Cano, screened at Museo de Las Americas October 22nd, 2009, Denver, CO. For further informtation go to www.museo.org. To learn more about Viewer Indiscretion Advised, visit the video gallery, see what folks in Denver said in Westword.

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