"Hang Your Dog In The Wind" is a feature film that
I completed way back in 1997.
It was my first film.
It follows some friends as they consider the
recent mental breakdown of one member of their group.
The cast includes Keythe Farley, above.
Derya Duval and Astrid Santic,
Steve Wilcox (with rat),
and Nick Marshall, who spends much of the
film stark naked.
The group of friends decides to go find Nick,
who has fled to a trailer in the desert outside
I would tell you more about the plot, but I
forgot to write one.
If you look at these pictures and imagine your
own story, that might be best for all concerned.
It was a very pretty desert.
The music for the film was composed by
Charles Dayton and E. Shepherd Stevenson.
The costume designer was Ann Closs-Farley, and
the director of photography was Cynthia Webster.
The DVD was going to be released in Canada, but then
the company that was going to release it went
out of business.
It won a Special Jury Prize at the Florida Film Festival
in 1997, and the one-time festival Slumdance
was created originally as a promotional
vehicle for "Hang Your Dog In The Wind."
But Slumdance went on to become much more.
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