His Cold-War spy thriller, A Lonely Place for Dying, recently beat out both X-Men: First Class and Source Code for Internet popularity. In early August, the teaser episode reached over one million downloads on BitTorrent. Justin Eugene Evans was the director and co-writer for the film, which was made on a $200,000 budget. Since then, it has gone on to earn more the 15 awards from 40 festival selections. We talk with him this week about his film, how he shot it, and what he did in marketing to make it so successful.