1970's basement prodigy Gary Wilson returns to his past in this nostalgia filled night walk amidst strange and familiar objects. Wherever he goes his memories follow suit.
Shot in Queens, NY at Jacob Riis Park.
Director: Kyle McKeveny
Producers: Kyle McKeveny and Quay Quinn-Settel
Camera: Erin Kilkenny and Max Porter
Art Direction/Production: Emilia Costa
Editor: Christie Brown
Art Direction/Post: Erin Kilkenny and Christie Brown
Extras: Quay Quinn-Settel, Emilia Costa, Stephanie Belsky, Lindsey Kling, Axel Wilhite, Jon Ernsberger, Evan Markel, Thomas Quigley
More about Gary Wilson:
In 1977 Gary Wilson famously released a uniquely bizarre and personal album titled You Think You Really Know Me..., full of electro-funk, proto-new wave, noise collage, and avant-garde jazz. Despite the fact that the album's fans included Beck, Questlove from The Roots, Simpsons creator Matt Groening, and Stones Throws' Peanut Butter Wolf, widespread fame and notoriety eluded Gary Wison until the 2002 re-release of his debut album. Soon after media outlets like Pitchfork, The Village Voice, and The New York Times were talking about the lecherous outsider artist, remarkable as much for his idiosyncrasies and DIY aesthetic as his edgy and creative music.