Format: Super 8mm
Camera: Nikon r10
Film Stock: Kodak Ektachrome 64t
Edward Erps was the fastest gunslinging outlaw in the Wild West until he betrayed the love of a Squaw and was brought to his knees.
Genre: Interdependent Neo-Western
Cast: Wyatt Denny
Writer & Director: JT Gurzi
Original Score: Brian Wohlgemuth
Cinematographer: David Myrick
Producers: JT Gurzi, Adam Kolkman & West McDowell
Associate Producers: Kara Fromhart & Burke Roberts
Puppeteer: Tony Acosta Jr.
Titles & After Effects: A.K.
This project was created for 'Attack of the 50 Foot Reels' in Los Angeles. Flicker LA selects 20 filmmakers annually and then gives each a single cartridge of super 8mm film. They are then instructed to create a project wherein all edits, effects and any derivative are done in camera. After principal photography you must drop the film off at the noted lab for processing and then begin composing an entirely original sound scape, score & or sound design with no sync to picture. You then turn in your sound requirements and each project premieres shortly there after for the very first time to all involved.
The Egyptian Theatre hosted our evening on October 22, 2009 and boy was it a wild experience. A supreme exercise complimented by an outstanding venue all to celebrate super 8mm filmmaking. We took liberties after the film was digitized to enhance future viewing experiences. Enjoy.
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