Jeffrey Bowers
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Jeffrey Bowers

When Jeffrey isn't busy curating the best videos to watch On Demand, you might find him watching more movies, biking to movies, or painting distorted Where's-Waldo-esque landscapes. He's programmed for the Tribeca, Hamptons and Rooftop Film Festivals.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "My Father's Room" by Nari Jang

From South Korean writer-director Nari Jang comes a powerful autobiographical tale of trauma, coping, and lasting consequences.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "Déguste" by Stéphane Baz

"Déguste" is a thrilling point-of-view account in which a chef realizes his tension mirrors that of the food he's cooking.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "Maestro" from Illogic

From the Oscar-nominated collective Illogic comes a dramatic symphony for the birds — and the frogs, deer, turtles, and hedgehogs.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "Honour" by Frederic Siegel

Director Frederic Siegel explores the nuances of morality in his startling alien thriller "Honour," which is animated solely in shades of orange.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "(OO)"

For everyone who has ever had a stuffy nose, this brilliantly visualized short from South Korean animator Seoro Oh will have you snorting with laughter.

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Staff Pick Premiere: "How to Make a Rainbow"

Directed by Ryan Maxey, "How to Make a Rainbow" is an observational doc that follows a young girl learning to understand her mother's gender transition.

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11 Vimeo creators making waves at Cannes

See which Staff Pick alumni are screening at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival — and meet the Chinese animator who took home our onsite Staff Pick Award.

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Staff Pick Premiere: “Retouch,” directed by Kaveh Mazaheri

"Retouch" by Kaveh Mazaheri is a shocking film about a young Iranian wife who must make a difficult choice: save her husband or save herself.

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Staff Pick Premiere: Kiss someone or school will make you

What if you had to kiss someone in middle school or else you got held back a grade? Director Christopher Winterbauer explores this question in "Wyrm."

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Staff Pick Premiere: The Utopian Inventor

Matthew Rankin's award-winning film about inventor Nikola Tesla's last days is as electrifying as the man himself.

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Staff Pick Premiere: One drawing drawn 1,440 times

Staff Picked filmmaker Jake Fried presents "BRAIN WAVE," his latest mind-bending animation reworked 1,440 times.

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Staff Pick Premiere: Life, what is it good for?

"In a Nutshell" is a dazzling stop-motion montage from Fabio Friedli that takes us through the wonder and disillusionment of human existence.

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Staff Pick Premiere: What kind of man are you?

Filmmaker Federica Gianni explores what in means to be a modern man in her home country of Italy.

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Staff Pick Premiere: Has America gone insane?

This timely and important adaptation of Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Chris Hedges’ essay “American Psychosis” is essential pre-election viewing.