Screening: Tuesday, May 5, 5pm


Directed by Eskil Vogt

Starring: Katie Groshong, Stephen Jackson, and Marc Mazzone

Running Time: 91 minutes

Synopsis: In Ingrid’s dreams she can see the way the world around her looks; her husband’s office, their favorite restaurant, her memories. It’s when Ingrid awakes each morning and opens her eyes that she remembers she’s blind. With her life suddenly and dramatically changed, Ingrid has retreated to the safety of her apartment where she can feel in control, letting her imagination become her reality and where her deepest fantasies, desires, and fears provide a constant internal monologue. Ingrid has invented her own world to substitute for the one she has lost, but how can she make sense of all that is happening to her, and who can she trust?

What the Critics Are Saying:

“Stylish and engaging, and laying out a fine manifesto for the power of the imagination to bring us real-world catharsis, Blind is a magnificently clear-sighted film.”

-Jessica Kiang, The Playlist

“Playful, unpredictable and occasionally pervy, Vogt’s directorial debut is a perception-teasing provocation, made slippery with mischief but also accessible by its warm wit and winning lead.”

-Kevin Harley, Total Film

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