This week’s film is “Surveyor,” an “anti-Western” by the local director Scott Blake. Everything about “Surveyor,” which is set in the Western frontier at the end of the American-Mexican war (1848) and runs for 25 minutes, is just great—the cast (David Kulcsar, Jay Hill, Nathan Fisher, Tom Brophy), the photography (Clyde Garrido), the music (Charles Henri-Avelange), the sound design (Jason Alberts), and the story (which is by the director). The thing that raises this work above so many other films is the director has a great grasp of film thinking. Meaning, he thinks in moving images and not pictures or words or plot. The scene with the wasp is permanently fixed in my mind.