The Eyes of St. Anthony

The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 9 of 9) Finale!

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The dramatic conclusion!  Thanks for watching!

Sarah Bleakley, the producer of The Eyes of St. Anthony also worked with Paul Devlin on the rockumentary, CutTime - a nostalgic look at the exciting independent music scene in New York City in the early ‘90s.  That’s our next web series, so stay tuned!

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 8 of 9)

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What’s up with Tony?  Do the glasses have something to do with his freakout or is he just upset with Corrin?  Kevin decides to confront Shah.

During his audition for the role of Shah in The Eyes of St. Anthony, Ronald Ballard was asked to play one side of an improv with a young actor who was auditioning for the part of Tony.  They were given opposing objectives. The young actor was told his girlfriend was being brainwashed by this guru and he needed to save her. Ronald was told that one of his followers was suffering an abusive relationship with her boyfriend.  The young actor made a valiant effort to engage the guru, but Ronald remained utterly silent during the entire audition.  Then he looked at the young man, slapped him in the face, and said sternly, “Wake up!”  Everyone in the room was stunned, especially the other actor who tried to regain composure and continue the scene.  But Ronald went back to complete silence.

Needless to say, he got the part.

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 7 of 9)

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Tony escapes his mom, only to run into trouble with Corrin.   What did she see in the glasses?

Jim Denault was the gaffer on The Eyes of St. Anthony.  Jim went on to have a very successful career as a cinematographer,  with credits that include, Nadja, Boys Don’t Cry, and Maria Full of Grace.

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 6 of 9)

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How fantastic to be able to find anything! Who wouldn’t want a pair of those glasses? But the temptation to find lost youth can be bittersweet.

A few friends of the director, Paul Devlin,  made the music for The Eyes of St. Anthony.  Rob Wagner and Billy Donohue of The Blasés composed and performed the jaunty guitar and piano music associated with Tony including the poignant piece during the attic scene. John Kayne, guitar player for The Loaded Poets, composed and performed the eerily, etheral music associated with Shah and the glasses.  And Tony’s mother’s house was actually the home of Jim Wood, also of Loaded Poets and star of Paul Devlin’s upcoming movie The Front Man.

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 5 of 9)

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The ring is lost, but Tony pops the question to Corrin anyway... sort of.  Now he feels more lost than ever. Maybe Shah’s glasses are the answer after all.

Rebecca Kyler Downs who plays Corrin in The Eyes of St. Anthony is also a talented singer.

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 4 of 9)

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Something is definitely up with those glasses and Tony is intrigued, but is he willing to be a guinea pig?  And what happened to the engagement ring?

Ronald Ballard, who plays Shah in The Eyes of St. Anthony was a venerable Beat Generation stage actor in New York City. He was also a Korean War veteran who was suffering from painful tumors on his spine that made it difficult for him to walk.  Shah turned out to be the ideal role for him because he could sit during the entire shoot.

 

Keep an eye out next week for episode 5!

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 3 of 9)

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After an intense melding of minds, Shah introduces Tony to a strange device that he believes will help Tony with his problem.  Meanwhile, Kevin thinks Tony is making a bad move with his gift to Corrin.

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Henry Cabot Beck, who plays Kevin in The Eyes of St. Anthony.

Keep an eye out next week for episode 4!

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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 2 of 9)

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Tony tries to lose himself in his work.  But the mysterious message “Lost?” beckons, and leads him way out of his comfort zone. Meanwhile, why is Tony’s friend Kevin so defensive about Corrin?

Find out more about the star of The Eyes of St. Anthony, James

McCaffrey, who has had a long and exciting career after starring in this, his very first film.

Keep an eye out next week for episode 3!
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The Eyes of St. Anthony (Episode 1 of 9)

DevlinPix is excited to present our next Web Series, The Eyes of St. Anthony.

Paul Devlin's offbeat psychological drama tells the story of Tony O'Neil (James McCaffrey of Rescue Me and Viper), a gifted, but very distracted, New York City neon artist. Tony is brilliant with his hands, but he also loses everything he touches. And if he's not careful, that includes his girlfriend Corrin. Seeking to solve his problem leads Tony on strange journey that allows him to locate everything he’s ever lost.  Is this the answer, or is Tony about to find out that sometimes, the worst part of losing things is finding them?

Episode 1:  Tony and his girlfriend Corrin are getting all hot and bothered.  But losing a crucial item in a heated moment spoils everything.  Is this the last straw in a troubled relationship?  Tony needs some help, and a mysterious message may be what he’s looking for.

New Episodes to follow weekly!

Check out episode 2 here!



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