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A psychological drama about the turn-of-the-century photographer Eadweard Muybridge, who was the first to photograph subjects in movement and became the godfather of cinema. He later murdered his wife's lover and was the last British-American to receive the justifiable homicide verdict.Written by
Motion 58 Entertainment
Best Picture, 2015 Cape Cod International Film Festival
If you have any interest in the very origins of "moving pictures," find a way to see EADWEARD. The film wins Best Picture at the Cape Cod International Film Festival (24 Official Selections from 316 submissions). Historically accurate, beautifully shot, with wonderful performances.
The audience at the Chatham Orpheum sat in silence during - and after - the final credits. A sense of reverence for Muybridge's work. And appreciation for the efforts of the filmmakers.
Kyle Rideout and Josh Epstein have been tireless in their efforts to support the film. You all have fans on Cape Cod (East Coast, USA)!
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