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I DON'T GET LONELY - A Documentary Of A Lo-fi Musician


Audience Awards

This film is competing in
2019 Music Shorts Film Festival


Director(s): Ben Carter

I Don't Get Lonely is an upcoming docu-short film that explores the talents of lo-fi musician Computer Science (aka. Tim Brozowski) and the enigmatic world in which he inhabits. Directed by Ben Carter, the film showcases Carter's idiosyncratic directing style shot through a variety of recording mediums including VHS home video and Polaroid film, resulting in a kaleidoscopic portrait of the young musician. From intimate thoughts recorded in Computer Science's bedroom in Carrboro, North Carolina to public performances elsewhere within the Research Triangle, I Don't Get Lonely displays the absorbing lifestyle of the teenage musician as he attempts to express himself through lyricism and emotion, culminating in musical art.

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