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Gerald Saul:Eyes of Sorrow Moon

Curated by The Cabinet Collective Inc.


Exhibit ran October 6, 2016 to January 15, 2017 at Central Mediatheque

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Gerald Saul: Eyes of Sorrow Moon 
Curated by The Cabinet Collective Inc.
Presented as part of The Caligari Project
October 6, 2016 to January 15, 2017
Central Mediatheque

Set in a timeless village occupied by shadowy characters and sentient creatures of the night, a strange child, distrusted by the community, must turn to the dark arts to appease his hunger, his loneliness, and his vengeance. Presented in partnership with The Caligari Project, a multi-disciplinary, city-wide public festival celebrating German Expressionism.

Gerald Saul is a Regina-based filmmaker, educator, and writer. His work ranges from dramatic feature films like Wheat Soup and Life is Like Lint to animated, abstract and comedic short films. In 1996 he completed his MFA at York University and has been on faculty at the University of Regina since 1999, where he focuses on low-budget experimental filmmaking practices including hand processing and super-8 film, often collaborating with his son, William. 

Gerald Saul, Eyes of Sorrow Moon, 2016, film. Image courtesy of the artist.


Jan 15, 12:00am


Dunlop Central Gallery