Evan is an independent documentary filmmaker whose short films have premiered in film festivals all over the country. Her other credits include field producer on Tough Love, which aired on the PBS series P.O.V. in July 2015. Evan has taught filmmaking through the Digital Media Academy in San Francisco, as well as at the Seattle Film Institute and currently teaches at Seattle University. She also works as a freelance director, providing video content to businesses and organizations both locally and nationally. She is currently in post-production with her first feature length film, Present Perfect. Evan received an M.F.A. in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University in 2008. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband and three young sons.
Angela is a 40 year old mother of two living in Pasadena, California. Jacki is a 40 year old mother of seven serving a 40 year prison sentence in Gatesville, Texas. Through a unique prison pen pal program these two women forge an unlikely friendship, finding common ground in their tragic pasts.
In anticipation of the arrival of twins, a young mother revisits the circumstances of her first pregnancy, explores her relationship with her 4-year-old daughter, and considers her own role as daughter in the face of motherhood.
An inside look at the Medieval world as recreated by the Society for Creative Anachronism, from the perspective of one of its oldest members.
In this portrait of a spiritual journey, Will Rogers discusses his experience growing up as an Evangelical Christian, the contradictions he encountered, grappling with his own doubts, and finally, where all this questioning has led him.
Sun Valley Spiritual Film Festival, 2007