Bicephalous \Bi*ceph”a*lous\

a. [Pref. bi- + cephalous cf. F. bic['e]phale.]

Having two heads.

 

Meet Ani Simon-Kennedy and Cailin Yatsko, the cinematic pair behind Bicephaly Pictures.

 

Merging interests, technical strengths, and a shared love of anatomical drawings, this director and cinematographer duo joined forces after graduating from Prague Film School.

 

In the fall of 2011, they put a professional stake in the ground, officially founding Bicephaly Pictures, a production company based in New York City.  Since their early days of renegade shoots, Ani and Cailin have released fashion films, music videos, and narrative shorts.

 

Their first feature film  Days of Gray, a silent coming-of-age story shot in Iceland with an original score by the Icelandic orchestral pop band Hjaltalín, was released in 2015 after making the rounds on the international festival circuit.

 

If you’d like to learn more or just to say hello, drop us a line at bonjour@bicephalypictures.com