Some of the talented filmmakers who work on Split Screen:

Brian Flemming and Keythe Farley
Brian Flemming and Keythe Farley are longtime collaborators in theater, film, television and music. A recent production is the feature film Hang Your Dog in the Wind, written and directed by Brian and starring Keythe. The film, awarded the Special Jury Prize at The 1997 Florida Film Festival, has played to critical acclaim in festivals in Park City, UT, New York, Chicago, Florida and Germany.

Brian and Keythe co-wrote the book for Bat Boy: The Musical, an extravagant stage production about Bat Boy, the half-boy/half-bat popularized in the Weekly World News, the supermarket tabloid. The production premiered at the Actors' Gang Theater in Los Angeles, CA in November of 1997.

Keythe, Brian were among the founders (there were others) of The Slumdance Experience, a film festival in Park City, Utah in January 1997. Slumdance was the renegade alternative to the other, more sober film festivals running at the same time in Park City: Sundance and Slamdance. Slumdance maintains a website at

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