|Writers||Winston Engle (screenplay)
A.E. van Vogt (short story)
|Runtime||USA:24 min, USA:25 min|
|Plot||Interstellar junk dealer Kilgour dreams of riches when he discovers an ancient derelict ship of an unknown race. But the find of his life instead becomes a threat to his life. A spot of paint from an alien can begins to grow on his body, out of control. In space, the simplest things can kill you...... search for A Can of Paint on IMDb|
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|When interstellar junk dealer Kilgour (Aaron Robson) discovers a derelict spaceship of an unknown race, he thinks he's set for life. But that life may be cut short when the spot of alien paint he accidentally dripped on his hand begins to grow. Now he must figure out how to remove it before it covers his entire body and smothers him! "[A] fine updating of pulp SF traditions." -Tony Lee, INTERZONE "A perfect showcase of how to mount an impressive and sleek production for very little money." -Guillermo del Toro (director, PAN'S LABRYNTH) Based on the 1944 short story by A.E. van Vogt (SLAN, THE WEAPON SHOPS OF ISHER). Screenwriter and Executive Producer Winston Engle edits THRILLING WONDER STORIES, the new revival of the classic science fiction pulp magazine, and co-produced the Hugo- and Nebula-nominated Internet Star Trek adventure WORLD ENOUGH AND TIME, starring George Takei. WINNER: Best Science Fiction Short, Shriekfest WINNER: Best Science Fiction Short, Shockerfest WINNER: Best Visual Effects, Los Angeles International Short Film Festival WINNER: Best Score, California Independent Film Festival|
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