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It's Just a Gun
Directed by
Brian Robau

USA / 2016 / 13:35
minutes Chapman University

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SHORTS: Growing Up.

When a young boy named Gabe finds a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver, it will set in motion a series of events that will change him forever.
Brian Robau is a Cuban American award-winning director, born and raised in Miami, Florida. In 2014, Brian moved to Southern California where he is finishing his MFA in Directing at Chapman University. In 2016, he was fortunate enough to win the Student Academy Award for It's Just a Gun. He is passionate about exploring the human condition through stories that have an added layer of social consciousness.
Cast/Featuring: Joshua Johnson-Lionel, B.J. Tanner, Mikelen Walker
Executive Producer(s): John Sayage, Brian Robau, Daniel Klein
Producer(s): John Sayage
Director(s): Brian Robau
Screenwriter(s): Daniel Klein
Cinematographer(s): Jon Chou
Editor(s): Ramin Taheri
Production Designer(s): Kunlin Wang
Composer(s)/Music: Peter Robau
Sound Designer(s): Li Xiang
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