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The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes is awarded 2017 Gotham Awards for Breakthrough series — short form. 

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Imagine Science Film Festival NYC

Five filmmakers speak about their diverse collaborations with scientists. How are scientist-filmmaker collaborations initiated? In what ways do scientists and filmmakers look at the world similarly - or differently? How does one approach foreign disciplines? Get some insights as to the many forms that these partnerships may ultimately take. At the same time, we'll be learning about upcoming projects from our special guests. Open to the NYU community and the public.

see images of recent work Greatest Hits" 

a series of events that are pictured in sculptural scenes pushing at the torn edges of girlhood, tree stumps,  beauty denied, grotesquerie and aspirations of domestic stability. 


Peephole Cinema Los Angeles

Find the hole in the wall in the alley to watch 3 minutes of animation remix from The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes film and series


Nancy Evelyn Andrews lives on the coast of Maine, where she makes films, drawings, music, props and objects.  

She is the recipient of grants and fellowships including: the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, LEF New England Moving Image Fund, Illinois State Arts Council, The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art (supported by the Jerome Foundation and New York State Council on the Arts), and National Endowment for the Arts.

Her work has been presented by the Museum of Modern Art, Pacific Film Archive, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Jerusalem Film Festival, Flaherty Seminar, Nova Cinema Bioscoop, Brussels, Belgium, The International Film Festival Rotterdam, and Taiwan International Animation Festival, among others.

Six of her films are in the film collection of  the Museum of Modern Art and one is in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Film Collection

She studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received a Master of Fine Arts, and her undergraduate studies were at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, BFA. Nancy is currently on faculty at the College of the Atlantic where she teaches video making, animation, time-based arts and film studies.