Canada | 2018 | 15 min. | O.V English / Spanish subtitles
The Clantons; horse thieves, cattle rustlers, sisters who believe that the town’s fortunes are theirs for the taking. The Earps are the face of justice; sisters raised by a hard-nosed father to unflinchingly right the wrongs of a cruel world. Two families on a collision course that will end at the OK Corral. Last Stand to Nowhere is an all-female re-imagining of the most famous family feud and gunfight in the history of the West. One that finishes at the end of a gun barrel and the beginning of a new age of law, order, and the dominance of the railroad.
Last Stand to Nowhere
Directing: Michelle Muldoon
Cast: Chelah Horsdal, Johannah Newmarch, Luvia Petersen, Jenn MacLean-Angus, Julie Lynn Mortensen, Sadie Silcock, Maja Aro, Catherine Lonsdale
Script: Michelle Muldoon
Producer: Victoria Angell, Frances Flanagan, Maja Aro, Michelle Muldoon
Cinematography: Cliff Hokanson
Art Director / Production design: Alika Autran, Heather Lidberg
Editing: Sarah Hedar
Score: The Land of Deborah
Sound: Sound Mix by Alex Shamku, Sound Design by Robert Phaneuf
Costume: Florence Barrett
Not recommended for under 18 years
Michelle Muldoon is a writer/director living in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She’s the creator of the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival Screenplay Competition and instructs the Introductory Screenwriting Workshop for Raindance Vancouver. Michelle’s last film, Chaos Management, screened at twelve festivals, winning seven awards along the way. Michelle Muldoon is a past Board Member of Women in Film and Television Vancouver.
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