March 22, 2016
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Cutting Room #60 – The Metrograph

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March 17, 2016
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Throwback Thursday: 1993


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Fessenden and Reichardt shooting River of Grass in Florida.
Newly restored version now playing at the IFC Center and streaming online at Fandor.

March 16, 2016
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Spotlight On: River of Grass

Have you heard the buzz about the new restoration of Kelly Reichardt’s debut film River of Grass? Check out some of the reviews, including an AV Club interview with Reichardt. It is now available for streaming on Fandor

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March 15, 2016
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Cutting Room #59 – Henry James

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March 8, 2016
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Cutting Room #58 – Haskell Wexler

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March 3, 2016
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Slamdance Spotlight: The Past Inside The Present

A Glass Eye Pix produced short, The Past Inside the Present premiered at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival 2016. Get an inside look with director James Siewert on the 3 year process of making the film.

 

February 26, 2016
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Glass Eye Pix 30th Anniversary Mini-Doc: Makeup Artist Brian Spears

Our 30th Anniversary Hootenanny continues with this series of Legacy Docs celebrating the community and collaborators that have kept us honest all these years…

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.

February 3, 2016
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New 30th Anniversary mini-Doc: Peter Phok, Producer

Our 30th Anniversary Hootenanny continues with this series of Legacy Docs celebrating the community and collaborators that have kept us honest all these years…

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 Skotchdopole.

January 21, 2016
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LIKE ME Wraps Principal Photography – Check Out the First Photo

The GEP and Dogfish Pictures collaboration LIKE ME, directed by Rob Mockler, officially wraps principal photography. Indiewire has the story and the first official still from the film.

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Stare Into the Face of a Disturbing Future in ‘Like Me’ First Look Photo
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Back in March 2013, Indiewire named the indie thriller “Like Me” as its Project of The Month. Almost three years later, we can now share a first look at the end result, which recently completed principal photography. 

The film is a collaboration between production companies Glass Eye Pix (“House of the Devil,” “Wendy and Lucy”) and Dogfish Pictures (“Compliance,” “Prince Avalanche,” and “Like Crazy”), who funded the project as part of their Dogfish Accelerator program. “Like Me” is the directorial debut of screenwriter and filmmaker Rob Mockler. The plot takes on our society’s ever-increasing addiction to technology. Addison Timlin (“Fallen”) plays Kiya, a discontented loner who documents her own crime spree through social media, which provokes a disturbing Internet following. 

Discussing the film’s production in an office statement, Mockler said, “It was a truly magical experience working with such a dedicated and collaborative cast and crew. Addison crafted an incredibly nuanced performance and brought Kiya to life with an unnerving realism. She never failed to surprise me.”

Filming commenced on December 1, 2015 all around New York, starting in Brooklyn before heading to Rockaway Beach and Woodstock. Check out the first look photo above.

The news of LIKE ME’s principal photography wrap is making the rounds today, with stories popping up on Fangoria and Bloody-Disgusting.

January 15, 2016
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New 30th Anniversary mini-Doc: Graham Reznick, long-time GEP collaborator

Our 30th Anniversary Hootenanny continues with this series of Legacy Docs celebrating the community and collaborators that have kept us honest all these years…

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.