COA film professor <a href="/live/profiles/1113-nancy-evelyn-andrews" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Nancy Andrews</a>, left, answers questions on the making of her short YouTube series “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes” before it wins the 2017 Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Short-Form Breakthrough Series.COA film professor Nancy Andrews, left, answers questions on the making of her short YouTube series “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes” before it wins the 2017 Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Short-Form Breakthrough Series. Credit: WLBZ2

BAR HARBOR – The Gotham Independent Film Awards this year feature movies like The Big Sick and Get Out. Among those that hit the theaters nationwide, there’s a small Maine film written, shot, and edited in Bar Harbor - “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes.”

It’s the brainchild of filmmaker, Nancy Andrews, who also teaches film at the College of the Atlantic.

“Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes” is one of five nominees in the category Breakthrough Series - Short Film.

It has since been adapted into a web series on YouTube.

If you’re worried about the ending, Nancy hints a sequel is in the works. 

Watch here…