‘Eye Without a Face’ – Interview with Tara Violet Niami / Cinematographer

Reminiscent of Hitchcockian cinema, Eye Without a Face is a disturbing, modern perspective on voyeuristic horror about an agoraphobic man who believes a woman he frequently spies on is a murderer.

I had the opportunity to speak with cinematographer, Tara Violet Niami, and discussed the cultural relevance of the film’s themes, the effects of shooting in one location and whether Hitchcock’s adaptations had any influence over the creative decisions made.

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