I don't really know where else to post this, but it might be of interest to some of you because it involves the talents of several people who worked on fan films. The mods can close or move it if it's the wrong place. On June 5-7 I led a team participating in the 48 Hour Film Project contest for San Francisco. In addition to myself, on my team were Scott Cummins (director of Starship Exeter: The Tressaurian Intersection) as Editor/Assistant Director, and Michael Struck and NEO f/x for visual effects. Me, I wrote the unfilmed Exeter script "The Atlantis Invaders" and designed the weapons and defense station for the Exeter bridge, as well as have worked on some Star Trek video game projects, published and not. In the 48 Hour Film Project you draw a genre out of a hat. We pulled Musical or Western. As I had already secured a location, whatever genre we got, it was going to be set there. The location in question might be of some small interest to genre fans: it is the Short Solent Mk.3 flying boat "City of Cardiff", which masqueraded as a Pan Am Clipper in Raiders of the Lost Ark. So, we did a western...on a plane...in 1949. "Stagecoach in the Sky" on Vimeo (better quality) "Stagecoach in the Sky" on YouTube Since the plane was used in Raiders, we put a couple of Raiders sight gags in the film. If you watch it, see if you can spot them. One is reallllly obvious, especially after you look at the pix below. Here's the upper deck of the plane as seen in our film. The woman with the red flower on her hat is in the same seat Indiana Jones settles into in the frame grab below (the curtains were removed). Finally, in this last pic, you can see that the back wall matches the photo from our film.