Cowboy Chinaman (Webisode #1) "Earth Toned Poncho and a Bullet" is the introduction to the untold story of a bounty hunter and his obsession with a Chinese gunslinger.
Mahher Bahhur ........................... Robert Tanner
Bryan Rohrenbacher ................... J.R. Tanner
Sal Celaya ................................. the Mexican
Shot by G.R. Claveria
Edited by Mia J. Kiedes
Music by Bill Johnson Jr.
Produced, Written and Directed by G.R. Claveria
Yonder is a western short film written and directed by Dalton Coffey.
After years of robbing their way through life, three thieves are hoping to call it quits. This last job is the payoff they have been waiting for. Struggling with their past and the uncertain future, Henry Parrish, Charlie Statts and Clint Bauer must say goodbye to their life of crime and each other. Starring: Brian Westerhuis, Brent Eliason and Alex Heinert
The film was shot with a Sony F3, Cooke Panchro/i lenses and outfitted with Redrock Micro follow focus, mattebox and rod system.
In addition to the F3, select shots were done with the Canon 5D MKII and Zeiss lenses. Redrock DSLR kits were used in conjunction with the 5d.
Wild Bill Crum (Bill Engvall) is so good with a gun that he’s a target for every tough guy in the West. While Bill has survived physically, he is haunted by nightly dreams in which he faces a soulless menace out for vengeance. In restless slumber Bill is pulled inexorably towards a showdown, stripped of his natural confidence and self-assurance.
At last Bill is driven to share his nightly terrors with the men in whose hands he puts his life every day in the brutal existence of the trail-riding cowboy. As Bill bares his soul to the other cowboys in the flickering firelight, their reactions - and subsequent analysis - prove to be enlightening and more than a little humorous.