Is poetry a form of resistance? Can it always, by definition, be described as such? Or rather, only in certain contexts, i.e. social, political, or cultural contexts? How can poetry embody resistance and to what?
The poets have spoken.



Is there a cinema in dialogue (against or in tension) with literature? Always by definition? To what extent will it be operative to think of a narrative cinema and a poetic or lyrical cinema?
The magazine ESC:ALA answer.