NO Man's Ghost

SET PIECES Vol. 2 with Henry Winnik

In this expanded installment of SET PIECES we look at the production of Henry Winnik's short film NO MAN'S GHOST. A retired small town fire department chief is haunted by the memory of leaving one of his men to die in a fire. Years, later the dead man returns for revenge. NO MAN'S GHOST was shot over two days with a crew of twenty. Budget for the project was approximately $10,000, raised through personal financing and a successful kickstarter campaign. Filmmaker Henry Winnik talks with us about the horror genre and the frustrations of stunt work.

SET PIECES  offers an on the ground look inside independent filmmaking through five unique filmmakers and one day on their film set. This series was originally featured on our Instagram channel TEN FRAMES.