Festival: Saturday July 14th ● 6-10pm
Red Eye Exhibit: July 2 - July 27
Live bands. Indie films. Spoken word. Live art. A surprise at every turn! RedEye dares you to let loose as artists of every genre create a wild underground art extravaganza... at ArtServe!
Is getting out of the crowd & special treatment
The RedEye VIP Experience includes:
- Premier Parking (one parking pass per order, not per ticket)
- Skip the lines! Private entrance
- Access to the VIP Lounge
- Complimentary Open Bar
- Catered Food Service from Tastebuds
- Signature Art Gift
- Meet & Greets, live painters, plus private pop-up performances
Location - Rosemary Duffy Larsen Auditorium
Location: Artserve Dance Studio
Location - Artserve Main Gallery
Schedule and information coming soon
Location: Artserve Beines Center
Information Coming Soon
SUPRISES AT EVERY CORNER
Details Coming Soon
Be amazed by a unique interactive VR experience from the upcoming
The SoulKeeper VR!
Admire the wildlife in the lush woods, survive incoming hordes of undead in dark and forgotten dungeons, be awed by fantastic architecture and visuals! Immerse yourself in a new reality:
A virtual reality
Enter a forest with deer and rabbits, a dungeon with attacking zombies and more!
Scores will be tracked throughout the day so you can compete with your friends at Red Eye
Ode to Buddies
(48 Hour Film Project Winner)
by Monopolydog Films
Principal Cast: Harold Clinton Archambault
Unusual friendship forms between a victim and a captor.
A Brief Spark Bookended by Darkness
Directed by Brent Green
Principal Cast Brent Green / Kate Ryan
A hand-drawn animated tale about love in an increasingly dark world.
Director BIO: Self-taught visual artist and filmmaker Brent Green has screened/performed/exhibited work at the MoMA, BAM, The Getty, Walker, Hammer Museum, The Kitchen, Boston MFA, Wexner, Rotterdam Film Festival, and the Sundance Film Festival. Green's work's been supported by Creative Capital, Sundance Institute, SF Film Society and MAPfund. His art is in public collections at the MoMA, the Hammer Museum and the American Folk Art Museum. He is represented by the Andrew Edlin Gallery in New York City.
Director: Reema Sengupta
Principal Cast: Kani Kusruti, Vijay Varma
LANGUAGE Hindi/Marathi with English subtitles
In a city that houses millions, Smita discovers a strange prerequisite to renting a house in middle-class Mumbai. She would make an ideal tenant, except for one glaring flaw—she is an Indian woman without a husband.
Director Bio: Reema Sengupta
A young writer/director/editor who has directed over 200 narrative films, music videos, commercials, interactive video installations, and after-movies across India, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and the U.S. Sengupta was awarded the prestigious Asian Film Academy Fellowship, where she represented India at the Busan International Film Festival. Reema’s first short film won over 10 awards. She graduated from the University of Westminster, London, with the highest percentage in the media art and design school.
Don’t Be A Hero
Directed by Pete Green
Principal Cast: Missi Pyle, Ashley Spillers, Lew Temple, Anne Gee Byrd
A middle-aged woman battles loneliness and boredom by robbing banks on her lunch break. But after the adrenaline rush wears off, she still has to deal with her deeply unhappy life. Inspired by a true story.
Director BIO: Pete Lee is a Bay Area–based director. Growing up in Taiwan as the son of a Protestant missionary, Lee learned filmmaking via a Jackie Chan instructional video. He ended up San Francisco after college, working as a homeless youth advocate by day and a fight choreographer on the weekends. After his program was defunded, Lee went into commercial production. He is currently developing a feature that combines kung fu with advocacy work.
The Stand Off
a 1310 BANDITS PRODUCTION
Winner of The 2014 Dejunius Hughes Award for Activism & 2015-16 "Best Film" for the Miami 48 Hour Film Project films "Souvenir" & "Deep Within"
1310 Bandits are a female-led group of filmmakers creating socially conscious films.
Directed by TABATHA MUDRA
Starring MELISSA ANN HUBICSAK, NASTASSIA DILLON
Two lawless and shady cowgirls from the sunshine state battle it out in a dystopian society to see who makes better cheesecake. With the 8 year old reigning Queen as the ultimate decider, only one will survive The Stand Off.
Directed by Chris Krider
(48 Hour Film Festival)
Principal Cast Adam Crain, Nyota Duey and Ron Beau
SYNOPSISA museum curator from the year 2094 travels to the present, where she encounters her favorite artist during the final days of his life.
A Night in the Garden
Directed by: Marshall Curry
Months before the start of World War II, 22,000 Americans gathered in New York’s Madison Square Garden to rally in support of Nazism.
DIRECTOR BIO: Marshall Curry is a two-time Academy Award–nominated documentary director, cinematographer, and editor. His work has won awards at the Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals, Hot Docs, and has been broadcast around the world. His films include Street Fight, Racing Dreams, If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, and Point and Shoot. He has also written and directed VR/360 documentaries, animations, and recently finished production on his first narrative film.
Directed by: Charlotte Regan
Principal Cast: Alfie Stewart, Sian Clifford, M Askew, Cameron Goodchild
An intimate portrayal of what could be a family's last day together, set against the urban backdrop of North London.
DIRECTOR BIO: Charlotte Regan is a writer/director from London who started as a low-budget music video director and has directed over 200 low- or no-budget music promos to date. She went on to direct her first short film, Standby, which was nominated for a BAFTA Award, and since then Charlotte has directed several more short films.
End of the Line
Directed by Jessica Sanders
Principal Cast: Simon Helberg, Brett Gelman, Vivian Bang, Kate Miccuci
A lonely man goes to the pet store and buys a tiny man in a cage.
Jessica Sanders is an Academy Award–nominated, Sundance Film Festival– and Cannes Film Festival–award winning filmmaker and commercial director. Steve Jobs hand picked Jessica to direct Apple's iPad launch spot. Jessica's film After Innocence, about innocent men wrongfully convicted of crimes cleared by DNA evidence and their struggle to reenter society after decades in prison, won the Sundance Special Jury Prize and was a game-changer in criminal justice reform.
(48 hour film festival)
(48 hour film festival)
Directed by Sam Wilder
Principal Cast: Darius Daughtry, Terance Nelson, Cathleen Dean, Jayme Glusman, Louis Bianchi
A former NFL quarterback attends a group therapy session to finally deal with what he feels was the cause of his failure as a professional athlete.
Directed by: Alexa Lim Haas
Principal Cast: Mengda Zhang
A Chinese manicurist in Miami attempts to describe feelings she doesn't have the words for.
Alexa Lim Haas is an artist and filmmaker from New York City. Her animated short Glove premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and continued on to win numerous awards including best animated short at SXSW. She was selected as one of this year's 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine and is a Borscht Corp Grantee. She received her BFA in filmmaking from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Directed by: Christopher Winterbauer
Principal Cast: Reid Miller, Azure Brandi, Skye Popov, Aidan Dorn-Wallenstein, Davey Johnson, Bob Odenkirk
Wyrm has two days to get his first kiss or he'll be held back as part of the school district's No Child Left Alone program and forced to wear his My.E.Q. Remote Monitoring collar throughout high school.
Christopher Winterbauer was born in Seattle and raised by lawyers who encouraged his strange predilection for the arts. He is the third-funniest person in his immediate family, behind both of his sisters and sometimes his dad. He believes humor and drama are completely codependent and that you can’t truly love something unless you can laugh at it. Including yourself. He rarely cries, but when he does, it's ugly.
Directed by: Myrsini Aristidou
LANGUAGE: Greek with English Subtitles
Principal Cast: Chrysa Platsatoura, Yiannis Stankoglou, Audrey Giacomini, Takis Spyridakis
Athens, present day: Seventeen-year-old Aria, who is working at Jimmy's kebab place, is waiting for a driving lesson from her father.
Myrsini Aristidou is from Cyprus, and now based in New York, Paris, and Limassol. She earned an MFA in film directing from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and a BFA in film and art history from Pratt Institute. Her short Semele (2015) won a Special Prize of the Generation Kplus Jury at the Berlin International Film Festival. She is currently developing her first feature film with the support of the Cannes Cinéfondation Residence
Directed by Georgi Banks-Davies
Principal Cast Mandeep Dhillon, Matthew Trevannion
Krishna wakes up in a strange place, with a strange guy. As she pieces together how she got there, she realizes that the reasons may be bigger than just the night before.
Director BIO: Georgi started her filmmaking career at the tender age of six. She graduated at the top of her class from Newport Film School and has since established herself as a highly sought-after director of commercials. She has made several shorts which have screened and won awards at international festivals, and she is also developing her debut feature projects: The Sniper, written by Guen Murroni; and The Burning City, written by Ariel Dorfman.
Julius Caesar Was Buried in a Pet Cemetery
Directed by Sam Green
A short documentary portrait of the greatest pet cemetery in the world.
Director BIO: Sam Green is a documentary filmmaker. He’s made many movies, the most recent being A Thousand Thoughts, which is a live cinematic collaboration with the prolific Kronos Quartet. His feature documentary The Weather Underground was nominated for an Academy Award and included in the 2004 Whitney Biennial.
800 NE 8th Street
From Palm Beach:
815 NE 15th Avenue
From Palm Beach:
Parking Details for VIP ticket holders:
VIP ticket holders have access to complimentary valet parking in the ArtServe parking lot. To reach ArtServe:
Exit Sunrise Boulevard, head east
Go over the train tracks and continue east to “Beaches” or Galleria Mall
One block after Holiday Park, make a right on NE 15th Avenue
Make the first right onto NE 9th Street
Make right onto NE 14th Avenue
Make the first left into the parking lot
The party does not end at 10pm.... the fun and food is just getting started.
Join Red Eye performers, artists, event-goers and more in Mass District at the all new
Tula Bistro and Gardens
818 NE 4th Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Starting at 9:30pm Tula Bistro will have a special menu and drink prices just for Red Eye guests. Plus entertainment from Red Eye will make thier way over for special encore performances.
Directions from Artserve