I second the Alan Berliner recommendation.  I saw the film several years
ago, and thought it was very good.  As I recall, it did a good job making
the issue of insomnia palpable both in its personal effects and as a 
general "problem," an assessment that it interestingly calls into
question.

-Robert Schaller

> Alan Berliner made a doc about his insomnia, Wide Awake I believe it is. I
> haven't seen it, but he's one of the few filmmakers who has made really
> good documentaries AND really good experimental films. Rudy Burckhardt had
> a nice little poetry film In Bed. Nightcats and the Sexual Meditations by
> Brakhage.
>
> On a practical note, if you can't sleep, turn on the tv. It will do it for
> you.
>
>       - Tom
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com] On Behalf Of Paul Krimmer
> Sent: Friday, November 04, 2011 9:36 AM
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> Subject: [Frameworks] I can´t sleep
>
> Hey. im programming my month's schedule called "i can't sleep". Just
> wanted to know some films which come to your mind about night, walkings,
> silent ones and of course and best radical work. thanks for your
> head-sharing.
>
> best,
>    paul
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