Bill Brown makes short movies that are all about the same thing: how history is a ghost story, and landscape is a haunted house. The ghosts take many forms: A UFO in New Mexico. A Mothman in West Virginia. A dead rock n’ roll legend in Lubbock, Texas. The ghosts in Brown’s movies aren’t particularly spooky. They’re just a little sad. Hanging out. Not sure what to do with all that spare time.
Bill came in 2nd place at the 2001 Peripheral Produce Invitational, and his films are available on Peripheral Produce releases:
The Next Best Place
(Mountain State, Confederation Park, Buffalo Common and Roswell)
Peripheral Produce’s All-Time Greatest Hits (Buffalo Common)
official website: www.heybillbrown.com