Ralph Michael Brekan’s film to screen at Hollywood festival

“Decentered” will be shown during the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival Feb. 12-22 at the L.A. Live/Staples Center.

Ralph Michael Brekan

The screening will be followed by a brief question-and-answer session with producer/director Ralph Michael Brekan, whose art has appeared in galleries throughout the Valley.

A 27-minute experimental art film, “Decentered manifests as a psychological thriller addressing hot button issues of national security and invasion of privacy,” according to a release.

“Decentered” was co-written by Brian Paul and Mr. Brekan, who wore multiple hats on the project, including actor, producer and director.

“I am really proud that this festival recognizes the ‘Decentered’ pilot as a standalone work of art,” Mr. Brekan stated. “I originally created ‘Decentered’ as a demo reel for myself and other actors and to prove Brian’s story idea as a concept for a television series, and it is really exciting to see it take on a life of its own.”

Mr. Brekan’s previous film work includes the 2012 experimental feature “Lighthouse Lane,” a Sundance entry, which won seven awards, including best experimental feature, at the LA Movie awards.

For further information about the film visit decenterdTV.com.

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