‘Sleight of Hand’ produced by Ben Fagan for 'Apples and Snakes:

Blackbox' is a collaboration with Elstree University Technical College, working with their students and production team to create professional videos for UK spoken word poets.

‘The Poem That Was Really A List’

Spit & Polish is a spoken word night featuring some of the best performance poets in the UK. In this video Francesca Beard is performing on 18/03/17 Video filmed by Tyrone Lewis.

‘Everyone’s Angry’, produced by Ben Fagan for 'Apples and Snakes: Blackbox', a collaboration with Elstree University Technical College.

Francesca Beard holds a mirror up to London in 2016. She finds it's a melting pot of identities, ethnicities and ingenious individuals. Francesca Beard is a London-based, Malaysian-born performer, writer and educator who represents contemporary British culture all round the world with the British Council.
"I'll Murder you" is a film based on a poem that explores the darker nature of love and obsession. The Film interweaves a narrative of girl meets boy around the poem, and takes us to the extremities of how our desires might literally manifest themselves. With a tongue-in-cheek tone, "I'll Murder You" walks the line between our desires, fantasies and reality. The film is a collaboration between poet Francesca Beard and Filmmakers Amit Lennon and Sarah King

Tate: Remixed is a digital media collaboration between B3 Media and Tate. Four spoken-word artists and filmmakers were commissioned to produce a series of short films based on their interpretation of three Tate exhibitions: Turner Prize 2008, Mark Rothko and Francis Bacon. This poem was inspired by the Seagram Murals, a commission originally intended for New York’s exclusive Four Season’s Restaurant.

Tom Weir’s poem Day Trippin'; accompanying film directed by Francesca Beard and Jason Larkin. Filmpoems have been commissioned in partnership with Alastair Cook and Filmpoem www.poetrysociety.org.uk www.filmpoem.com

This film was made by 16-21 year old filmmakers at the Roundhouse as part of the Last Word festival. Written/Performed by Francesca Beard Directed by Robyn Mitchelson Performance by Rebecca Walker Edited by Onyeka Igwe More Info on: The Last Word Festival - http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/whats-on/2017/the-last-word-festival/
Francesca Beard discussing the recession-proof nature of poetry at Book Slam, London's shady literary shindig.
Our old friend Francesca Beard performing at Book Slam @ The Tabernacle.
Roger Robinson walks and talks artistry and process with Francesca Beard. walktalksessions.com

Video from New Broken Things, a solo album by Roger Robinson, one third of King Midas Sound with Kevin 'The Bug' Martin and Kiki Hitomi. Music produced and written by Roger Robinson and Rob Mac featuring Lucy Wilkins on Violin. Recorded at Rob Mac Music Studio www.robmacmusic.com/

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/imagine Francesca Beard reads her favourite childhood poem, Cargoes by John Masefield Imagine, the UKs brightest childrens festival, fills Southbank Centre with wonderful readings, storytelling and poetry featuring some of todays leading childrens writers, as well as comedy, visual arts, magic and music.
Poet, Francesca Beard, at Book Slam, London's best night of words and music.
Poet Francesca Beard talks about her new show "A Lie" and performs two excerpts from it.

Filmed by Julia Brown and Nandita Lovage Editor - Libby Knowles Audio Producer - Nicole Logan Video Producer - Claudia Lee

Francesca Beard performs the second part of her poem 'Monologue' @ Tilt's London Liming: A Modern Love 10 Year Anniversary Special - Rich Mix, 12/12/11

Francesca Beard performs at Wordsmiths & Co. The UK’s first live poetry talk show, featuring poets you know from the pages of books and from festival stages.