<em>The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes </em>is an experimental short-form web series, created by College of the Atlantic film professor <a href="/live/profiles/1113-nancy-evelyn-andrews" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Nancy Andrews</a>, that won the 2017 Gotham Award for best breakthrough short-form series.The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes is an experimental short-form web series, created by College of the Atlantic film professor Nancy Andrews, that won the 2017 Gotham Award for best breakthrough short-form series.

The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes, created by College of the Atlantic professor Nancy Andrews and shot on Mount Desert Island, recently picked up a prestigious Gotham Independent Film award in the “Breakthrough Film — Short Form” category. A couple of minutes into the first episode, I think I love it — and I also wonder if I have the stamina to binge-watch the whole weird series, even though it’s only about 80 minutes long.

The avant-garde production, about a rogue scientist obsessed with understanding — and adopting — animals’ heightened abilities of perception, is a full-on sensory assault, with more sound and color packed into 10-minute episodes than a two-hour Pink Floyd laser light show. It’s campy, fun, challenging — and maybe brilliant.

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