Trail End follows Hank Crow as he completes a personal mission of riding every state with his loyal companion, Chip, an old Appaloosa horse. Hank has saved his home state of Kansas for his last ride. Hank and Chip embark on their journey, spanning from the Gypsum Hills to Monument Rocks, finally ending in Hank's childhood town of Dighton. Written by
Trail End Production Team
"Trail End" won the Director's Award for Best of the Festival at the 2007 TriMedia Film Festival in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The film is a simple, subtle, bittersweet short film about a man determined to make one last ride across Kansas on his beloved appaloosa. It showcases the talents of Barry Corbin, a veteran character actor -- you may not know the name, but you'll recognize him from lots of supporting roles, including TV's "Northern Exposure." It also showcases the surprisingly beautiful and not-flat-at-all Kansas scenery.
The TriMedia Film Festival was proud to show the film, and we're sure filmmaker Shannan Keenan has a brilliant future.
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