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Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation


The Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation, called “essential viewing every year” by Cine-File.info, will return to Pioneer Works for the sixth year. Founded in 2010, Eyeworks is a curated annual festival that showcases abstract animation and unconventional character animation. The Eyeworks Festival at Pioneer Works will feature two curated lineups of short films that include classic and recently restored films, works from rising names in the field, and premieres of new works, with works shown on 16mm and video.

Note: Eyeworks Festival programs contain adult themes and adult content.

The 2018 Eyeworks Festival is co-curated by Directors Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré, who will introduce the screenings in person.

“Eyeworks fuses the finest boundary-obliterating animations from past masters and contemporary virtuosos. An annual mind-melding cinematic spectacle not to be missed.” – John Klacsmann, Anthology Film Archives

“The Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation is an indispensable survey of the genre. Every year Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré amaze with programming that brings together new talent, less-known work by established masters, and forgotten gems that deserve to be seen in a new light.” – Josh Mabe, Cine-File.info

For the full program listing, please visit our website:
https://pioneerworks.org/programs/eyeworks-festival-of-experimental-animation-3/



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