Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation 2017

Date Film Time
11/11 Shorts Program 1 1 pm
11/11 Shorts Program 2 3:30 pm

Called "the premier presenter of avant-garde animation from around the world" by Hyperallergic, Eyeworks is a curated festival that showcases abstract animation and unconventional character animation, and the programs will also screen in Los Angeles and New York City.

The 2017 Eyeworks Festival at Block Cinema features two programs of short films, including work by Hans Richter, Barbara Hammer, Pat O’Neill, Run Wrake, and others. The two lineups include restored films, works from rising names in the field, and premieres of new works. The programs will be introduced by festival directors Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré.

Watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/237627776

Shorts Program 1

Saturday, November 11, 2017 1:00 PM FREE

Krell Experiment Recording 7 (Sam Bell, 2017)

Feng Huang (Robert Darroll, 1988)

saVer, (Simon Gerbaud, 2014)

Mountain Castle Mountain Flower Plastic (Annapurna Kumar, 2017)

Polly Gone (Shelley Lake, 1988)

What She Wants (Ruth Lingford, 1994)

Soft Body Goal (Jaakko Pallasvuo, 2017)

Créteil (Sabrina Ratté, 2017)

Eat Your Secrets (Steve Reinke & Jessie Mott, 2017)

Filmstudie (Hans Richter, 1926)

Extrapolate (Johan Rijpma, 2017)

Animation That Makes A Sculpture (Nora Rodriguez, 2016)

A Game With Stones (Jan Svankmajer, 1965)

Total run time: approx. 70 min.


Screening on loop before program: Tussle (Lauren Gregory, 2016)

Shorts Program 2

Saturday, November 11, 2017 3:30 PM FREE

Dry Standpipe (Wojciech Bąkowski, 2013)

Troisième (Elisabeth Belliveau, 2017)

No Stories Now (Chris Bishop, 2017)

Austerity Cycle (Jon Gillie, 2016)

No No Nooky T.V. (Barbara Hammer, 1987)

Invocation (Lilian Hardouineau, 2017)

Rabbit’s Blood (Sarina Nihei, 2017)

Easyout (Pat O’Neill, 1972)

Black & White Trypps #1 (Ben Russell, 2005)

Lo (Ted Wiggin, 2017)

Jukebox (Run Wrake, 1994)

Total run time: approx. 70 min.


Screening on loop before program: Tussle (Lauren Gregory, 2016)