‘Wuss’ needs money

That’s the next feature from Dallas-based filmmaker Clay Liford, who has a studio in Oak Cliff.

“Wuss” is about a guy who was, well, a wuss, in high school. And now that he’s a high school teacher, well, he’s still a wuss, and his students beat up on him.

Liford and crew filmed and edited the movie this past summer, but they need $8,000 for the finishing touches. You can donate as little as $10 to help them complete the film and send it off to film festivals. That link also includes a clip from the movie, which contains “adult language”.

Liford’s last feature, “Earthling”, screened at SXSW in March.


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