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Eye Myth Film
Just because something works doesn’t mean it can’t be improved
Our heroes look deeper for answers, and a villain shows his cards in a plot-stacked episode
Montreal-based filmmaker uses space, silence, and fire to examine what makes a handful of people into a family, and a house into a home
Lisa Diaz grew up in a remote part of France where her love of film was made sharp on her father’s eclectic VHS collection.
Susan MacWilliam’s work investigates obscure and overlooked histories; the images and narratives of the esoteric, the historic and the peripheral
No one has a name because no words are spoken in the realm of pictures.
Edinburgh-born animator’s Eye Myth Film Festival entry is a dark vision of domestic labour in the process of becoming devalued
June 23rd & 24th is to be our inaugural event and I could not be more excited, apprehensive, or overworked.
Cooper moves ever closer to breaking free of his Dougie enslavement, darkness falls on Twin Peaks, and Deputy Chief Hawk finds what he’s looking for
The chess pieces inch forward and Cooper drinks too much coffee in the most enjoyable episode yet
In its third and fourth instalments, David Lynch’s mind-bender continues to pull us in every direction
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Schedule for screenings March 30, 2018
The work speaks for itself