The Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation, called “essential viewing every year” by Cine-File.info, will return to the Block Cinema in November. Founded in 2010, Eyeworks is a curated annual festival that showcases abstract animation and unconventional character animation. The Eyeworks Festival at the Block will feature two programs of short films, which will include classic and recently restored pieces, works from rising names in the field, and premieres of new works, including films from Maureen Selwood, Oliver Laric, Takeshi Murata, and Larry Cuba. Festival co-directors Lilli Carré and Alexander Stewart will introduce the programs.
Program 1 is at 1PM
Program 2 is at 3:30PM
Oliver Laric, Betweenness, 2018
Maureen Selwood, This is Just to Say: A Poem and A Response, 1987
Theo Chin, Pinakothek, 2018
Barry Doupé, Bubble Boing, 2017
Faith Hubley, Tall Time Tales, 1992
Monique Renault, A La Votre, 1973
Naoyuki Tsuji, Fragments, 2016
Matthew Thurber, Ecto Petrol Patrol, 2018
Maria Lassnig, The Ballad of Maria Lassnig, 1992
Sebastian Buerkner, Tosse Not My Soule, 2015
TRT: approx. 65 min.
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL