A conversation with Luciano Iacobelli, a Toronto poet, visual artist, editor, publisher, and organizer of cultural events. A film by Antonio D'Alfonso. 25 May 2022.
Sanctuary, by Luciano Iacobelli, read by Antonio D'Alfonso
Conversation with CBC producer.
Antonio D'Alfonso reads a poem from his translation of Philippe Haeck's Tell Me What Moves You (Guernica Editions, 2020).
Conversation with professor Joseph Pivato on Italian Canadian writers.
On poetry and translation.
Antonio D'Alfonso with Elisabeth Pouyfaucon on the future filming of Antigone.
Check out this great conversation on Jazz and harmonica.
Check out this great conversation with German poet Gino Chiellino.
Check out this interview with writer Anca Cristofovici, who left Roumania, lives in France, writes in English, and publishes in the USA. Anca also reads from Stela and The Golden Eyelash, inspired by the lives of Mitteleuropa writers and artists.
A special moment shared with poet, playwright, and translator Daniel Sloate. He discusses his journey that begins in Windsor, Ontario, travels to Paris, France, and ends in Montreal, Canada. Daniel Sloate, a rather reserved man, demonstrates a knack for humor and fearless candid intimacy. Filmed on 20 December 2000, by Antonio D'Alfonso.
Dr. Alessandra Ferraro of the University of Udine asks Antonio D'Alfonso questions about Italian Canadian literature. In French, in Italian, in English.
Check out this conversation on Pasquale Verdicchio's poetry.
Check out this great video of a fine Mexican writer.
Check out this great video on poet and publisher, Paul Bélanger.
An on-going series conversations with writers, musicians, actors, artists from across the world.