Erica Eyres’s short films tend to hint at stories which are hard to pin down, and do so with a certain awkwardness which may arise naturally and which Eyres chooses not to edit out. She prefers to embrace an aesthetic which seems somewhat amateur and slightly off-kilter but is still visibly produced, more akin to bad TV or instructional videos than to the home products of the Internet. Keep Reading
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