End of the Sawdust Trail, a great modern silent film by my good friend, and talented filmmaker Andy Brodie, is now available on DVD. It's funny, thoughtful, and only $5.
The short was shot in black & white on Super 8mm, giving it a very distinctive look. The original score was composed and performed by Jason Webley, who also appears in the film.
In addition to the film itself, the DVD contains several bonus features, including a sound-only track of the film score and a performance from clown Ron "Toto" Johnson, who also appears in the film.
But don't believe me, believe the great Neil Gaiman, who described the film as a "haunting clown-noir."