Latest Titles With Kevin Jerome Everson
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1. On Monday of Last Week (2018)
14 min | Short, Drama
On Monday of Last Week follows Kamara, a Nigerian woman, on her journey to self-realization. When Tracy, an artist, finally emerges from her studio one afternoon, Kamara, her son's nanny, is inspired to become Tracy's muse.
2. Richland Blue (2018)
4 min | Short
Richland Blue centers around films, two in particular- a stag film and a public service announcement featuring an African-American woman arrested for shoplifting- produced by the corrupt ... See full summary »
6. Rhino (II) (2018)
18 min | Short
The" last days" of Alessandro de' Medici, son of an African servant woman, who was named the first Duke of Florence in 1532. De Medici was assassinated by his cousin Lorenzino five years into his rule.
7. Tonsler Park (2017)
80 min | Documentary
Tonsler Park (2017) observes, in black and white 16mm, the democratic process in action, at Charlottesville, Virginia voting precincts, over the course of Election Day, November 8, 2016.
8. IFO (2017)
10 min | Short, Sci-Fi
IFO is about three famous UFO sightings over Mansfield, Ohio, the filmmaker's hometown. One of several recent and upcoming films featuring people, events, and incidents centered in Mansfield.
9. How Can I Ever Be Late (2017)
5 min | Short
"How Can I Ever Be Late" takes the tarmac arrival of Sly and the Family Stone as a point of departure: African American students of the University of Virginia greet the band at the airport in 1973.
10. Brown and Clear (2017)
G | 8 min | Short
A collection of sfumato-tinged bottles shot with tight framing and shallow focus provides a mesmeric portrait of a man and a community in Northeast Ohio, where "Brown and Clear" commonly refer to "Bourbon and Vodka".
11. Fastest Man in the State (2017)
10 min | Short
Fastest Man in the State features Kent Merritt waxing poetically about being one of the first four Black scholarship athletes at the University of Virginia.
20. We Demand (2016)
10 min | Short
The anti-Vietnam War Movement from the perspective of budding activist and future U.S. representative James R. Roebuck, a northern-born African American who studied at the University of Virginia during the late 1960s/early 1970s.
23. It Seems to Hang On (2015)
20 min | Short, Crime, Drama
It Seems to Hang On is based on the true story of the serial killers Alton Coleman and Debra Brown, a young Black couple who cut a violent path beginning in the summer of 1984 through the ... See full summary »
26. Sugarcoated Arsenic (2014)
20 min | Short, History
Sugarcoated Arsenic is a 16mm cinematic exploration of African American intellectual, social, and political life at the University of Virginia during the 1970s. Conceived and written by UVA... See full summary »
27. Sound That (2014)
Sound That is a 16mm short film, shot in the summer of 2013, following employees of the Cleveland Water Department on the hunt for what lies beneath, as they investigate for leaks in the infrastructure in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
28. The Island of St. Matthews (2013)
70 min | Documentary
The Island of Saint Matthews is a 16mm feature film about the loss of family history in the form of heirlooms and photographs. Years ago filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson asked his aunt about ... See full summary »
30. Rhinoceros (2012)
8 min | Short, History
"Rhinoceros" (Rinoceronte) involves the fascinating figure of Alessandro de Medici (played by Justin Randolph Thompson) as he makes a passionate appeal to rally the good people of Florence.... See full summary »
31. Ten Five in the Grass (2012)
32 min | Short
Ten Five in the Grass is a 16mm film about Black cowgirls and cowboys preparing themselves for the rodeo event of calf roping. Filmed in Lafayette, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi, in ... See full summary »
33. Quality Control (2011)
71 min | Documentary
Quality Control consists of a series of 16mm single take shots filmed in the summer of 2010,over a two day period, in a dry cleaners facility in Pritchard, Alabama, near Mobile, Quality ... See full summary »
34. Early Riser (2011)
5 min | Short
Early Riser (2012) is based on Chester Himes' Cotton Comes to Harlem novel and screenplay. Early Riser is one of three films included in the Tombigbee Chronicles Number Two. The series of ... See full summary »
37. Rita Larson's Boy (2011)
11 min | Short
Rita Larson's Boy portrays ten actors auditioning for the role of Rollo Larson in the 1970s sitcom Sanford and Son. Rita Larson's Boy is one of three films included in the Tombigbee ... See full summary »
38. Erie (2010)
Erie consists of a series of single take vignettes in and around communities near Lake Erie that relate to Black migration in the USA, contemporary conditions, folks concentrating on the task at hand, theater and famous art objects.
41. Telethon (2009)
5 min | Short
Telethon is about two talented acts waiting to perform in Sammy Davis Jr.'s ill-fated 1973 telethon for highway safety. Actress Esosa Edosomwan portrays singer/dancer/performer Lola Falana ... See full summary »
42. The Golden Age of Fish (2008)
60 min | Drama
The Golden Age of Fiah is an experimental feature film that interweaves various fragmentary narratives concerning Cleveland, Ohio. Though a series of motifs, an African American woman ... See full summary »
43. Emergency Needs (2007)
7 min | Short
Emergency Needs is an experimental work, considering the July 1968 Hough Riots and the Glenville Shootout in Cleveland, Ohio and the response to the crisis, as observed in color footage ... See full summary »
45. Spicebush (2005)
68 min | Documentary
SPICEBUSH interweaves various fragmentary narratives concerning education, luck. landscapes, gaining and losing a job, and the passage of time. The technique and style employed alternates ... See full summary »
47. China (2003 TV Movie)
60 min | Drama
Rudolph (Von Washington) is a middle-aged man who tires of his quiet life and starts taking martial arts lessons from Douglas Chan (Spencer Jay Kim). Rudolph's wife, Evelyn (Sheila Stewart), begins to question her place in her husbands new found journey of self discovery.