Apocalypsis released by Indican Pictures, STARZ/Anchor Bay
Apocalypsis releases this week through Indican Pictures, STARZ/Anchor Bay! Rent or Purchase on iTunes
Our new short film Anthropic Principle is included in the Whitney Museum fall exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016 (OCT 28, 2016–FEB 5, 2017). The film will be playing on loop through the 3-month exhibition, but highlighted on January 22nd in the Death is Green film + video program. Thanks to curator Chrissie Iles!
We’ve been invited by the Wexner Center as visiting filmmakers to present our new feature Apocalypsis on Tuesday, November 1st at 7pm! ———- http://wexarts.org/film-video/apocalypsis ———- If you happen to be in the Ohio area, we’d love to see you there as we’ll both be in attendance. And feel free to invite anyone in the area […]
Animation Magazine, who ran a print article for our 2nd feature Imagination, has just featured our new film Apocalypsis (formerly ‘Theosis)! Check it out
KPBS Feature on the Leiser Brothers Kensington Video is back and thriving. Watch an exclusive interview with Guy Hanford, read about Kensington’s amazing story, and enjoy a feature interview where director/animator Eric Leiser speaks about Guy, Kensington Video, and his own films, which will screen tonight! Also includes footage from Eric’s 4th feature film Theosis: Apocalypsis, currently […]
On Friday, October 16, KINOSCOPE has the enormous pleasure of presenting a very special retrospective of the most earliest to most recent work of artist and filmmaker Eric Leiser. Also joining us will be composer Jeffrey Leiser, who provided original music for 29 of the 30 short film program. It’s noteworthy to mention that this year KINOSCOPE reaches its 3rd anniversary. […]
All Things Project is pleased to present SARAH CRUMLICH: LIFESCAPES, paintings by the artist intently examining portrait and landscape traditions. However familiar shared natural vistas may be, certain human and topographical features are rarely discussed at length– even more seldom, carefully gazed upon. Our ‘scapes in life are lost on us on the way to […]