I am a philosopher by profession, with five published books in academia and over a dozen published papers. But my interests extend far wider. My love of classical music in general and pipe organ music in particular began when I was 13 years old and has continued unabated. Put into a special class for musically-gifted students when 10, I began playing piano when 13 and taking piano lessons (Royal Conservatory) when 14. Lacking access to an organ at the time, I began playing pipe organ music (mainly Bach) on the piano. I was a church organist from age 18 to 26. My love of film, however, reaches further back than my love of music and has only grown with time. Some of my favorite filmmakers are Chaplin, Hitchcock, Welles, Bergman, Corman, Coppola, Kubrick, Ken Burns, Eastwood, Tarantino, del Toro, Zombie, and Ed Wood. Recently a paper of mine was published on a hitherto unrecognized connection between Poe and the film Dr. Strangelove. My love of philosophy, by the way, began when I was 20 and I consider my film, "A Night at the Organ," the culmination of all of these loves.