An experimental animated documentary based on the insane everyday interactions on Biscayne Boulevard, as seen through the ubiquitous, iconic graffiti eyeballs of street artist Ahol Sniffs Glue.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR(S)
Michael Arcos, raised in Miami, FL, began his film career editing on VHS and has been exhibiting his work internationally for over a decade.
Marnie Ellen Hertzler (b.1988) is a video artist, animator, and filmmaker living and working in Baltimore, Maryland. Her animations and films have screened nationally and internationally in festivals, and as traveling video installations and performances. She currently produces video that act as cinematic platforms for exploration of interpersonal relationships, human connectivity, and interpretive storytelling.
Ahol, whose raw yet instantly recognizable street murals evaporate the divide between high and low art, often jumbles disparate themes from mass media, popular culture and marginalized pockets of society. The South Florida native is best known for his soaring urban murals depicting expansive fields of drowsy eyes, reflecting his unique vision of life, labor and unrequited love of the mean streets of Miami.
Director: Ahol Sniffs Glue, Michael Arcos, and Marnie Ellen
Borscht Diez: 10 Year Anniversary Showcase – Glove, Chlorophyl, Somos Chavalos, C#CKFIGHT, BISCAYNE WORLD, Kaiju Bunraku, The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal (El Sol Como un Gran Animal Oscuro), NO SEASONS | Piratas (Episode 1), Yearbook, #PostModem
Running time: 88:00 Mins