This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)(Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Directed by||Thomas L. Callaway|
|Produced by||Jeff Burr
|Written by||Scott Phillips
Thomas L. Callaway
|Music by||Kristopher Carter
|Cinematography||Thomas L. Callaway|
Broke Sky is a 2007 neo-noir 35 millimeter film, and the directorial debut of cinematographer Thomas L. Callaway. The film stars Will Wallace, Joe Unger, Bruce Glover, Duane Whitaker and Barbara Chisholm, and has earned comparisons to the work of the Cohen Brothers.
Bucky and Earl are the two man team that collect and dispose of road kill for the county. A new, specially designed carcass removal truck forces them to choose which one of them gets to keep his job and who is let go. Earl comes up with a plan so they can both keep their jobs, but it means working at night. One night they are called out to Rufus's house where there is something dead in the well that needs to be removed. When Earl and Bucky discover what is fouling the well, their shock and confusion turns to panic and fear as they figure out what to do. Disagreement and conflict arise between them and this gradually builds to mistrust, suspicion and mystery, revealing secrets of a dirty, vile, inconceivable past. A past as repulsive as the road kill they scoop off the road.
|Duane Whitaker||Sheriff Winslow|
Dances With Films
- 2007: Won, Grand Jury Award
Memphis Indie Film Festival
- 2007: Won, Best Narrative Feature
Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (IIFC)
- 2010: Won, Best Cinematography
- "Broke Sky Gets IFC Release". Christiancisneros.com. Archived from the original on 2012-03-04. Retrieved 2013-10-23.
- "seen 16-22 Sep : Shoot 'em Up [5/10]; The Exterminating Angel ('62) [9/10]; Broke Sky [7/10] | Neil Young's Film Lounge". Jigsawlounge.co.uk. 2007-09-17. Retrieved 2012-08-31.
- [dead link]
- "Movies: Sunscreen Festival features indie filmmakers who made 'Raiders: The Adaptation'". Sptimes.com. Retrieved 2010-03-04.
- ""Broke Sky" Now Airing on Independent Film Channel". Juniper Post. Retrieved 21 October 2013.