Check out the trailer for Muck, a multi-platform storytelling experiment by produced by Rob Raffety / Tragedy Plus Time, LLC. All content - including a five episode video series (RT: 37 min), podcast mini-series, production stills, and bonus footage - will soon be available via smart phone app and Vimeo On Demand.

Wild and wonderful - Buckhannon, West Virginia! This shot-for-shot video pays homage to the classic opening sequence of Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979). Filmed in and around Buckhannon, the piece features an original arrangement of George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue (1924)," entitled "Appalachian Rhapsody," performed by West Virginia power Appalachian quintet, T.K. Swoop & The Taylor Ave. Track Stars. Members include Thom Keating (guitar), Jesse Milnes (fiddle), Nathan Sams (bass), Karl Smakula (mandolin), and Ben Townsend (banjo). Recorded, mixed, and mastered at Questionable Records by Ben Townsend, Audio Engineer.

An over/under screening of Buckhattan (2015) and Manhattan (1979). Filmed in Buckhannon, West Virginia and New York City, respectively. RIP Gordon Willis.

The fiddler for T.K. Swoop & The Taylor Ave. Track Stars, Jesse Milnes, works out some kinks "Appalachian Rhapsody," an original adaptation of George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue."

Satya Thallam works on the score of Muck.