Thinking about Larry Scott recently—he would have turned 52 on July 9—I visited the blog for Blood on the Wall$, Barry Michael Cooper's 2005 film starring the late artist. The film, shot mostly in Baltimore using untrained actors such as Scott, was directed by Cooper, who wrote the screenplays for New Jack City, Sugar Hill, and Above the Rim. Cooper also profiled Scott in the May 2004 issue of Baltimore. As a directorial debut, Blood... shows plenty of promise. As something of a posthumous tribute to Scott, it shows plenty of heart. In the segment posted above—there are 21 parts in all—it's great to see Scott riffing with Jonathan Peter Jackson in the Contemporary Wing of the BMA. It would also be great to see Scott's work there, someday.