Featured Projects

A collection of featured projects by Insomnia Creations.

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Twin Peaks

A one of a kind audio visual experience, the music from Twin Peaks preformed by El Chico Blanco, inspired by the music of Angelo Badalamenti alongside the images of David Lynch’s television series. © 2014

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Voidscapes

Voidscapes is an art installation comprised of repurposed film footage set to modern sound. A collaboration of images retouched using illustration rendering alongside music composed with analog synthesizers and found sound. © 2013

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The Unwanted

The Unwanted is an animated collage of mixed mediums. The basis of the project was to personify the definition of particular mental illnesses, alongside the parallels of the common human experience. © 2012

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Coda

Coda is documentary about the sad departure of a cherished musical instrument, narrated by the music of Bill Evans performed by Steve Blanco. © 2011

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Aperture

Aperture is a feature film script about a fashion photographer whom becomes irate towards his own pseudo lifestyle. He eventually discovers something that could potentially help him change forever. © 2008

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Bicycle

Bicycle is a short film about a ride through the city, transporting a young woman to love, fantasy and faded memories. An Official Selection at the Harlem International Film Festival. © 2007

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Contact

The compositions of Steve Blanco Trio are full of emotion and create large, intense musico-visual images. Insomnia Creations presents a music video from the first release titled Contact, recorded in Brooklyn, New York. © 2006

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The Filth

The Filth is a short film shot on 16mm about a depressed man whom examines his life and doesn’t like what he sees. An Official Selection at the San Francisco Short Film Festival. © 2005

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Reflection

Reflection is a stop motion claymation that intertwines reality and fantasy. The sequence was the first of a five act play, with intention of expanding but the piece may forever remain unfinished. © 2001

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