About

An isolated town in the Texas borderlands. A place out of time. A shrine to minimalist art. Home to a remote festival. A place where unexplained lights tremble in the night sky. And then there's the giant lemon.

Screens with The Last Race
A cinematic portrait of a small town stock car track and the tribe of drivers that call it home as they struggle to hold on to an American racing tradition. The avant-garde narrative explores the community and its conflicts through an intimate story that reveals the beauty, mystery, and emotion of grassroots auto racing.

Mon. 1/22, 6:00 p.m., PC Library, PC
Tue. 1/23, noon, Temple, PC
Thu. 1/25, 9:00 p.m., Tower, SLC
Fri. 1/26, 4:00 p.m., Redstone 2, PC
Sat. 1/27, noon, PC Library, PC

YEAR 2017

SECTION Shorts

COUNTRY United Kingdom

RUN TIME 8 min

COMPANY The Brothers McLeod Ltd

WEBSITE http://bromc.uk

EMAIL greg@bromc.co.uk

PHONE +44 7775805999

Credits

Director
Screenwriter
Creative Producers
Actor

Artist Bio

Greg McLeod

Greg McLeod is an award-winning illustrator and animation director and one half of The Brothers McLeod. He has worked with Disney, Aardman Animations, the BBC, and the Royal Shakespeare Company. His 2009 short film Codswallop was nominated for a BAFTA Award. His 2013 short film 365 saw him animating one second a day for the whole year.


Myles McLeod

Myles McLeod is an award-winning writer, poet, director, and one half of The Brothers McLeod. He has developed animated shows for Disney, Dreamworks, and the BBC. He has written over eighty broadcast episodes for TV. His short films include Phone Home, a short about the first phone call from Mars. His poems feature in The Inverted Peak and Marfa.