All Films • 31-Jul-2019
A journey through a sleepless night directed by and starring Anna Salinas. “Insomniac” is a stream-of-consciousness experimental film where a flood of disconnected images and thoughts flash through a tired mind. A voiceover introduces the primary concerns of the night - unpaid parking tickets, birth control prescriptions, work stuff. Using a variety of visuals and formats — stylized shots of giant noses dancing on stage; yelling faces in a blank room; black and white stock footage — the 3 minute piece effectively conveys the jumbled mess of modern mental hyperactivity and bodily exhaustion. Written & directed by Anna Salinas. Cinematography by Kelly Urban. Assistant camera: John Clifton. Score by Jake Pinto. Starring Anna Salinas, Lizz Adams, Valentina Novakovic, Stephen Sanow, Donna Thomas, Harley Cortez and Raiza Licea.
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