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Eyeworks 2023
Presented by Pioneer Works

Friday, Oct. 27, REDCAT, Los Angeles

Sunday, Oct. 29, 2220 Arts, Los Angeles

Saturday, Nov. 11, Museum of the Moving Image, New York

Saturday, Nov. 18, Block Cinema, Chicago


2023 Eyeworks artwork by Lale Westvind

Program 1

Harry Smith, No. 11 Mirror Animations, 1956
Jesi Jordan, Concrete Shape, 2023

Stefan Gruber, Boiler Room Mystics, 2023
Edwin Rostron, Help Desk, 2023
Mike Jittlov, The Wizard of Speed and Time, 1979
Jiaxin Wang, Raise An Animation, 2023
Frank and Caroline Mouris, Impasse, 1978
Cheng-Hsu Chung, The Rubbings of Trajectories, 2022
Lynn Ochberg, The Story of Srebrenica, 1996

Program 2

Mel Brooks and Ernest Pintoff, The Critic, 1963
Lauren Kelley, Prototypical Obsession/Oppression, 2009
Arius Ziaee, Tower, 2023
Tala Madani, Shit Mom Animation, 2021
Sabine Gruffat, Moving or Being Moved, 2021
Adrian Flury, Arrest in Flight, 2021
Jordan Wong, I Would've Been Happy, 2023
James Mercer and Yifan Jiang, Vacation, 2021


In Los Angeles: Films by Al Jarnow

Friday, October 27

Al Jarnow in person

The Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation returns to REDCAT with a special retrospective screening of films by filmmaker and artist Al Jarnow. Since the late 1960’s, Jarnow has created hundreds of animated films, including dozens of shorts he created for Sesame Street and PBS, and his personal experimental films that bridge science and the quotidian, using time lapse, drawing and stop motion techniques. Jarnow will present a program of his films in person, followed by an onstage conversation with Eyeworks Festival curators Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré.


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