Raised in New York City, Brian Darwas was exposed to art in all of its forms from a young age. When he was old enough to take off on the subways alone, he began to explore the bustling and sometimes dangerous terrains of underground film, music and street art. Realizing his need to create and express himself, Brian has toured in punk bands, embellished the streets of New York with raw artwork, and studied the most exploitative forms of film the world has to offer. His captivating documentaries have won awards, as well as toured theatres from Los Angeles to New York and Asia to Australia. His ability to gain the trust and respect of the artists in his work have brought him places others would not be allowed; whether it be traveling along side the Motorcycle Cannon Ball cross-country for four weeks or entering the private home studios of painters Robert Williams and Keith Wesner or inside the South Central Los Angeles garages of The Cavaliers. They all know Brian will capture their true essence and deliver their stories the way they must be told. After bringing true-life dramas to the screen for over a decade, Brian was ready to delve into narrative film, with his first feature, Get My Gun. True to his form, Brian used his ability and tenacity to make fiction appear as real and alive as the person sitting next to you. Brian currently lives in New York and is an avid collector and archivist of 35mm horror and exploitation film prints.
|Movie||Get My Gun||Director/Writer/Film Editing/Music by||2017-11-03|