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NARRATIVE SHORT | 3 MIN | 2013

THE MOON HAS ITS REASONS

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The Moon Has Its Reasons is an elliptical melodrama about romance, open to viewer interpretation.

Screening in Shorts Program: Let There Be Light: The Cycle of Life
Film Information
Year: 2012
Length: 3 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K.
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Director: Lewis Klahr
Screenwriter: Lewis Klahr
Producer: Lewis Klahr
Editor: Lewis Klahr
Cinematographer: Lewis Klahr
Executive Producer: Jacqui Davies, Random Acts
Composer: Lewis Klahr
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Los Angeles, 90027
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Lewis Klahr
Los Angeles, 90027
Phone: 323 906 1734
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Lewis Klahr
Los Angeles, 90027
Phone: 323 906 1734
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About the Director(s)
LEWIS KLAHR is a Manhattan native and master collagist known for idiosyncratic experimental films and cutout animations that have screened extensively in the United States, Europe and Asia. A 1992 Guggenheim Fellow, Klahr’s work is in the permanent collection at MoMA. He teaches at the California Institute of the Arts.

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