Short Film: MOODS IN THREE MOVEMENTS, 4min., Experimental

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A man struggles to find inspiration for his work. After confronting his inner demon, his art finds a new spark.

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Director Biography – Ralph Klisiewicz

Ralph was born in Poznan, Poland. At the age of 10 he immigrated to Italy and then moved to the United States two years later. Ralph’s entrance into filmmaking was rather unorthodox. Around 2010, as a musician, he was in need of a musical video. Although several people with a film background helped him get the project started, much of the work fell upon his shoulders. In order to complete the project, Ralph was forced to learn and perform many of the filmmaking tasks. Since that initial project, he has fallen in love with the entire process of filmmaking. He has now produced six short films and several music videos.

Ralph Klisiewicz is inspired by directors like David Fincher, Danny Boyle, and Denis Villeneuve. Ralph holds a M.S. in experimental psychology, and therefore he is interested in exploring deeper, and potentially darker, layers of his characters. He is always seeking a thorough understanding of what motivates and moves his character to behave.

In addition to directing his own films, Ralph has worked as a DOP and an editor for other filmmakers. He strongly believes in building a community of filmmakers and related artists. He looks forward to projects that challenge him and push him to grow.

Author: chicagofilmfestival

Submit your Short Film and get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival in Chicago. 1 event in 2019. 12 events in 2020. Festival takes place at LOGAN Theatre in downtown Chicago on the 3rd Friday of every single month.

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