Here is Fly Off The Wall's (i.e., bink & my) 5:31 minute Montana weekend film, The Disinherited. (That's me as The Anchorite.)
NOTE: Click on "HD Off" (will show up on the screen) to play on slower computers.
Description: "The Spaghetti Western meets Space Opera as a baffled hermit with a taste for donuts helps an alien outwit a bounty hunter. Filmed in Makoshika State Park and other locations near Glendive, Montana by bink and Fresca, pardners in Fly Off The Wall Films."
I uploaded this to Vimeo because youTube is still in the clutches of Warner Music Group, who owns the Otis Redding cover of "Amen" I use, and woudn't accept the audio track. (Stef alerts me that Jester Hairston wrote "Amen.")
Let me plug again Jason Carter's harp-guitar rendition of Jean Sibelius's "Finlandia," which fit the last section of this video so beautifully.
The World Premiere of Orestes and the Fly (and The Making Of) this past Saturday was hugely gratifying, and a huge relief: everybody laughed! And at the right places, too.
I am so proud of everyone who helped make the films. Thank you, all.
Several comments meant the world to me. For instance, Allan (Agamemnon), a rather buttoned-down guy who has worked at the art college for years, said, "You've really got something here. You should keep going."
The best compliment was that three separate people told me they were inspired to dust off their own movie cameras and make films again.
Yes! Make art! Make art!