A wealthy man haunted by apocalyptic nightmares hires a dream therapist to put him back to sleep. Taylor Cohan directs “Dream Center,” a quick hitter experimental comedy about the troubled digital present that finds an older gentleman named Jack attending a sleep seminar called “The Soft Sounds of Ida Dyagileva.” After the presentation, Jack is approached by the guru/host/musician, Ida (“for me, snores are better than any standing ovation”) where he makes a proposal. With its strange timing and performances, buffering visual effects and slow dissolves, it operates on its own accord. We recently featured Cohan with a two-pack of equally weird shorts: “Sorry For Farting So Much in the Car Growing Up,” and “Smoked Salmon,” both filled out with manic editing and character meltdowns. Here he continues his string of unclassifiable oddities, a glitched-out virtual dreamscape disintegrating into oblivion. [Watch on YouTube]. (5 minutes). Directed by Taylor Cohan. Producer: Crystal Collins. Director of Photography: Nicola Newton. Production Design: Kiyomi Morrison. Music by Taylor Cohan.