The Gunfighter | A Short Film by Eric Kissack (narrated by Nick Offerman)

In a small town in the old west, a lone and weary gunfighter enters a saloon. As he walks through the room surrounded by the people of the town, a voice begins narrating the scene, telling us exactly who this gunfighter is. But unlike every classic western to use the
narrator trope, the characters in this film can hear the voice.
This omniscient narrator quickly begins divulging the deepest, darkest secrets of the people in the saloon. He exposes infidelity, homosexuality, prejudice and even a bit of bestiality. As the story unfolds it becomes evident that the voice is a bloodthirsty bastard that wants nothing more than to see the people of the town kill each other in a needless gunfight.

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The Gunfighter won the following Awards:

Los Angeles Film Festival – WINNER – Audience Award, Best Short
Palm Springs Short Film Festival – Best of Fest Selection
LA Shorts – WINNER – Best Comedy Short


The Gunfighter has been shown on following festivals:

Cleveland International Film Festival
Seattle International Film Festival
Traverse City Film Festival
Woods Hole Film Festival
Sidewalk Film Festival
Hell’s Half Mile Film Festival
South Dakota Film Festival
Napa Valley Film Festival


Director: Eric Kissack
Screenplay: Kevin Tenglin
Producer: Sarah Platt
Music: Paul Thomson

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41 Comments to “The Gunfighter | A Short Film by Eric Kissack (narrated by Nick Offerman)”

  1. He liked the film so much that first thing he did in his late night YouTube session is to find the film leave like.

    "Yes, I did!". He said in accent of characters in movie. Unsuccessfully.

  2. Utopias don't exist and will never exist ! For it to exist people's rights will have to be destroyed for the ones in power and control to create a utopia! Nothing forced on society will ever last. It has to be a natural progression, not enforced.


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