Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman

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Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman
Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman Movie Poster.jpg
Directed by J Roland Kelly
Osipa Media
Release date
  • June 3, 2010 (2010-06-03)
Running time
Country United States
Language English

Sleeping with Charlie Kaufman is a 2010 American short animated comedy film created by J Roland Kelly using Xtranormal.[1]

It held its premiere on June 3, 2010 at the Little Rock Film Festival,[2] where it was one of the contenders for the Charles B. Pierce Award for the best Arkansas-made film,[3] and it was also shown as part of The Rome International Film Festival in Rome, Georgia.[3]


In an interview with Xtranormal, J Roland Kelly describes the film as "...basically this absurd, funny conversation between a guy and his girlfriend. He tells her he fantasizes about her twin sister, but she doesn’t have a twin sister, so it’s just another way of fantasizing about her… and is she offended. [It draws on] some La Nouvelle Vague & Mumblecore elements from the kind of films I was watching at the time."[3]

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