Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Collaborator from 1999 to the present, artist and writer BRAHM REVEL has provided storyboards, design sketches, comic book adaptations, and animations for numerous projects including WENDIGO, THE ROOST, MANITOU VALLEY, THE LAST WINTER, BENEATH, and I SELL THE DEAD. Revel has also designed posters and advent calendars for GEP and penned episodes of the CREEPY CHRISTMAS FILM FEST and TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE. Edit by Chris Skotchdopole.
Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Makeup artist Brian Spears has been creating monsters and gore effects for Glass Eye Pix since 2007’s I SELL THE DEAD. With his partner Peter Gerner, Spears has created ghosts, vampires, zombies and even an old man in GEP films BLOOD RED EARTH, BITTER FEAST, STAKE LAND, HYPOTHERMIA, THE INNKEEPERS, BENEATH, LATE PHASES, DARLING and RIDING SHOTGUN. Spears recalls the family atmosphere at Fessenden’s production company over the years. Edit by Chris Skotchdopole
Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Producer Peter Phok, has been producing for GEP since 2005, playing essential roles on THE ROOST, TRIGGER MAN, I CAN SEE YOU, I SELL THE DEAD, BLOOD RED EARTH, THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL, STAKE LAND, BITTER FEAST, HYPOTHERMIA, THE INNKEEPERS and BENEATH. He speaks about his time working at Fessenden’s Independent production company. Edit by Chris Skotchdolpole
Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Writer, Director and Sound Designer Graham Reznick discusses his first encounter with Glass Eye Pix and the many projects he has collaborated on, from Ti West’s THE ROOST, to Larry Fessenden’s THE LAST WINTER, to his own films I CAN SEE YOU, THE VIEWER and THE CAREGIVER. He speaks about independent film and the extended Glass Eye family. Edit by Eric Pennycoff.
Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Producer and Office Manager from 2007 to 2014, worked on many of the classic Glass Eye films including I SELL THE DEAD, STAKE LAND, BITTER FEAST, THE VIEWER, SANTA CLAWS, AMERICAN JESUS, THE COMEDY, LATE PHASES, He speaks about his time working at Fessenden’s Independent production company. Edit by Chris Skotchdolpole.
XMovers, the Larry Fessenden-directed 144 minute epic caper flick premiered Nov 2, 1985 at Danceteria in NYC, and held an anniversary screening Nov 2 2015 at Lucy’s bar in NYC’s East Village where the movie was shot in the early 80s. XMovers was the first movie to have the Glass Eye Pix Moniker, and the company has continued to make independent films for 30 years since.
Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: James Felix McKenney, office manager in charge of special projects at Glass Eye Pix for over 10 years starting in 1999, is producer, writer and director of several independent genre films through his shingle Monsterpants Movies. He speaks about his time working at Fessenden’s Independent production company. Edit by Chris Skotchdolpole.
Profiling Beck Underwood, an accomplished production designer, art director, writer, and stop-motion animator who has been contributing to Glass Eye Pix since 1989. Directed and edited by Adam Barnick.