Author: Sagan Yee

05 Feb FebMoVid 2: A Puzzle of Flesh at Dundas Video!

February Motion Video (FebMoVid) is back! For the second year in a row, videogames and movies collide as The Hand Eye Society joins forces with The Laser Blast Film Society to celebrate the poorly compressed, scan line-ridden era of Full Motion Video (FMV) games. This time, we're...

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19 Aug Hand Eye Society Ball 2016 Tickets On Sale!

+++ Buy Tickets! +++ Already got your tickets? Please RSVP on the Facebook event and spread the word! UPDATE 1: First Six Games Announced, Sept 12! Cuphead / Line Wobbler / Multibowl / Last One Standing / VHS vs BETAMAX / Tilt Brush Pictionary VR UPDATE 2: Even More Games  and Music,...

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28 Jun Vector Festival and HES Member’s Discount

[caption id="attachment_24110" align="alignnone" width="558"] COLL.EO, still from The Fregoli Delusions: Chapter 1, machinima, colour, and sound (2016)[/caption] 4th Annual Vector Festival: Autonomous Agents As community partners, we at the Hand Eye Society are pleased to bring you a special announcement from Vector Festival and InterAccess! Vector Festival is a...

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16 Jun Comics vs Games: TCAF-feinated Recap!

Wow, Comics vs Games is already a month in the rearview mirror! Let’s take a look back at one of our most successful cross-disciplinary events, which takes place every year during the Toronto Comic Arts Festival at the Toronto Reference Library and seems to get...

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22 Apr Three HES Events for the Weekend and Beyond

Spring is finally here! Why not celebrate with some videogames in social, light-filled spaces? This is a little reminder about three Hand Eye Society events coming up this weekend (and one on Tues) that you or someone you know may be interested in attending. Whether...

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28 Mar End-of-March Events and Discounts

Hey everyone! GDC (Game Developer Conference) is over and Sagan is back from San Francisco. I was on a panel called Ripple Effect: How Women-in-Games Initiatives Make a Difference which went really well; shout-outs to Dames Making Games and lots of supportive folks in the audience! While...

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