03Creature of the Estuary by Eelyn Lee WEB

Eelyn Lee is currently developing the third film in her Monster Trilogy. Read about the journey so far here

about

Eelyn Lee is an award-winning artist and filmmaker who has screened work across London including Barbican, Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery and Whitechapel Gallery as well as internationally in Paris, Berlin and Toronto.

Using processes of devising and collaboration, her films use rich imagery and soundscapes to tell multi-layered stories about people and place. The vision, energy and experience she brings to the creative process builds an environment conducive to making bold and original work.

Eelyn is currently developing the final iteration of her Monster Trilogy, a filmic exploration of monsters and fear inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Read film curator, Gareth Evans' article about Eelyn's unique 5-day lab that informed the first iteration, Monster.

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That we would see something translated so profoundly from a theatrical space to a cinematic one in just a handful of days is really extraordinary... A wonderful paradox."

Gareth Evans, film curator (Whitechapel Gallery) on Monster

News

IMAGE London Premiere of Creature of the Estuary

Monday, 06 February 2017
Creature of the Estuary will premiere at the Whitechapel Gallery, London on Thurs 23rd Feb at 7pm in a special estuary-themed event hosted by Film Curator, Gareth Evans. Eelyn Lee will be taking part in a Q&A which will be... Read More...

A Critical Evaluation by Dr R.M. Sánchez-Camus

Monday, 06 February 2017
'The estuary is anthropomorphised and presented as alive, breathing and watching' Creative Practitioner, R.M. Sánchez-Camus has written a critical evaluation of Eelyn Lee's latest collaborative film project, Creature of the... Read More...

IMAGE Double-Bill Screening from the Monster Trilogy

Monday, 05 December 2016
For the first time ever Eelyn Lee's latest film Creature of the Estuary will screen alongside Monster - marking an exciting opportunity to see the first two films in Lee's Monster Trilogy... Read More...