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Don't miss Rodney Evans' short film PORTAL screening @ Woodstock on Friday Sept. 30 at 3:30pm in the  
WE OUT HERE shorts program w/Rodney attending Q&A. 

Previous Festival Screenings:

Outfest Fusion

BAMcinemaFest

Outfest40 Los Angeles

 

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A short non-fiction film about the lack of touch for single people during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and how two queer, BIPOC friends sustain each other through communication and connection.

 

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In Chicago? We're screening on Sunday 10/2 @ 2pm. 

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Get tickets to PORTAL and other films in the shorts program THE SHAPE OF A LIFE here!

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“Evans has made a touchingly honest

 ode to the inner life of all artists”

                                                            – Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times

 

For Educational DVDs with Special Features including a new short film by Evans and deleted scenes and organizational streaming licenses connect here.

In Vision Portraits, acclaimed filmaker Rodney Evans (Brother to Brother) asks, what does it mean to have vision? As he confronts his own sight loss due to a rare genetic condition, he turns to three blind/visually impaired artists—photogrpher John Dugdale, dancer Kayla Hamilton, and writer Ryan Knightton—for guidance and insight into their own process. They all share a belief that vision is more than just physical sight. Through a unique and evocative style, Evans has created a tantalizing meditation on blindness and creativity that opens our minds to new posiibilities and redefines what it means to see.

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Now Available on Kanopy.

 

Also Available from New Day Films.

 

“...has the power, however briefly, to alter your perception.”

                                                                                                                  – Ben Kenigsberg, The New York Times

 

“This is an inspiring film, a funny and informative  feature whose subjects were creative kindred spirits I’d never seen onscreen before.” 

                                                            – Odie Henderson, RogerEbert.com

 

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WATCH THE TRAILER

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Check out Rodney's interview with Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air.

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Now available on iTunes.

OFFICIAL SELECTION

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OFFICIAL SELECTION

BAMcinemaFest

 

OFFICIAL SELECTION

Ann Arbor International

Film Festival

 

Teaser Trailer #1

Two young couples in New York–one black and gay, one white and heterosexual-find their lives intertwined as they create new relationship norms, explore sexual identity, and redefine monogamy.

Now available on iTunes and Amazon.

© 2022 by RODNEY EVANS All rights reserved.

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