Look Into My Eyes

Film phase:Completed


Look Into My Eyes gives us an intimate view of psychics in New York City. Over a series of interviews and with a camera that is not afraid to get up close and personal, the film highlights the ins and outs of being a psychic and what that entails, while constructing a tender portrayal of the clients. A thoughtfully paced and oftentimes deeply personal piece, it unfolds the grief, turmoil, and loneliness that come along with being a human. On the flip side, the joys of gaining clarity, achieving closure, and even having a pet are experienced. 

Look Into My Eyes was supported through Lana Wilson’s 2019 Chicken & Egg Award.



Lana Wilson headshot. Black and white.Lana Wilson (she/her) is a director and writer. Her work includes After Tiller, an Emmy® Award-winning feature documentary about the four most-targeted abortion doctors in America; The Departure, a Spirit Award-nominated feature documentary about a punk-turned-priest who helps suicidal people find reasons to live; A Cure for Fear, an IDA Award-nominated short-form series; and Miss Americana, a critically acclaimed documentary about global icon Taylor Swift. Wilson’s most recent documentary, Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields, was a New York Times Critic’s Pick and nominated for two Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program. Wilson is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


Kyle Martin headshot. Black and white.Kyle Martin (he/him) is the founder of the independent film label Electric Chinoland. He’s produced Lana Wilson’s documentary Look Into My Eyes which premiered at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival, and is an Executive Producer on the upcoming second season of HBO’s The Jinx. His recent films include the documentary Descendant which was released by Michelle and Barack Obama’s Higher Ground and Netflix, and Independent Spirit Award nominee Cryptozoo. His previous projects include the Independent Spirit Award nominee Donald Cried; the GKids 2017 release My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea; and Lena Dunham’s Tiny Furniture (Independent Spirit Award Winner 2011). He is a recipient of the Sundance Institute’s Mark Silverman Producing Fellowship, the San Francisco Film Society’s Kenneth Rainin Foundation Fellowship, the IFP/Cannes Marche Du Film Producer’s Network Fellowship, the Sundance Institute/Rotterdam Cinemart Producing Fellowship, and was named one of Variety magazine’s “Ten Producers to Watch.”