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Rebecca Louise Tiernan

Rebecca Louise Tiernan is an Irish-American filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. Floating between installation and narrative mediums, her work explores the entwined relationships between filmmaking, dreaming, and femininity. She has exhibited her works internationally including Cannes Film Festival, Cornwall Film Festival UK, Back_Up Film Festival in Weimar Germany, AXW Film Festival, IMC Lab + Gallery NYC, Gowanus Open Studios in Brooklyn NY, Fester Festival LA, The Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena CA and The Hollows in Brooklyn, NY.

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Bête Noir

19 Apr 2018 in Creative Practice

Bête Noir is an experimental narrative short film that illuminates the internalization of the male gaze.

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