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Friday, July 14, 2017

2017 Films: Sleep Aid

Sleep Aid by Brian Klewin
Wisconsin (Wisconsin Premiere)
Running Time: 10 minutes
Screening Time: Saturday September 9th 4:30

Drama



The life and death of a relationship is different for each of us. The waking nightmare that life has become for Gabe is on full display after his long-term relationship with Eva ends

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Director's Bio:


Brian has been a storyteller his entire life. He learned early on about love, life, time, and death after his sister was murdered while he was just 7 years old. He made it his life's purpose to tell stories that put a light on the daily individual tragedies that go unnoticed. He feels passionately about living each day in a meaningful way and continues to write engaging content that asks an audience to feel how they feel in hopes that everyone will understand that their feelings are valid.
He first learned the art of storytelling through his music and was gigging by the age of 16. Brian would later take those stories and experiences as a musician, producer, and music video artist to the narrative film world. Brian writes, shoots, edits/vfx, and scores/composes music for all of his own films.

Brian creates horror/suspense/sci-fi narrative films that often incorporate elements and characters that are centered around death, drug use, sex, and dreams.

Director's Statement:
I'm a storyteller, telling sad, dark tales about humans pushed up against the edge of life and how they cope. Filmmaking saved my life; it gave me the courage to share my unique life experiences with the world.










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