Wyoming Arts Council

Another cool Kickstarter arts project with a Worland, Wyoming, connection

Must be something in the water or the air or the schools up in Washakie County.

Wyomingarts just finished writing about a Kickstarter project by Dave Henderson, an artist who grew up in Worland, when another came across our desk. This one’s a film:

From the Trailer to the Grave” is a post-apocalyptic film set just eight months after the Undead Uprising caused by natural disasters… Think “Napolean Dynamite” meets “Shaun of the Dead” meets “Whip It.”

Filmmaker is K. Harrison Sweeney who graduated from Worland HS in 1996 and UW in ______. He now acts and makes films in Hollywood USA. In the film, he plays one of the redneck “Brues Brothers.”

One intriguing aspect of thew project is the soundtrack featuring Wyoming musicians Jalan Crossland (Ten Sleep)The Upbeat Project (Laramie) and Micah X. Wyatt (Sheridan). 

Wyoming exists as a relative utopia with a giant wall (guarded by Brad Carterand Steve J. Palmer) bordering the entirety of the state to protect its ranches, farmlands, natural gas, wind turbines, solar panels, and geothermal energy.

From the Trailer to the Grave” is slated to shoot next Fall of 2012 when Wyoming’s landscapes are at their most colorful.with your financial contributions we’ll be able to reunite K. Harrison Sweeney’s favorite colleagues and show the world what happens when they don’t tend to their resources like the Cowboy State does.


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