Joe Fulton is a semi-retired director of romantic comedies. He decides he should have his last will and testament drawn up. At the same time, eager to be outdoors and work with his hands, he applies for a job as assistant grounds keeper at a nearby cemetery. His highly dramatic girlfriend, his impressionable young niece, his neighbors and friends all assume he is dying but is too brave and selfless to tell anyone about it. During the course of a single day, Joe struggles to correct these misunderstandings while trying to decide what the right aspirations are for a man his age. After a lifetime of work and play, love and struggle, success and failure, where-and how-should he land? Where to Land is accompanied here by the screenplays for the short feature, Meanwhile (2012), and the three short fiction films, A/Muse, Apologies and Accomplice (2010).