ReelAbilities NJ - 2020 Film Festival presents: "Vision Portraits" & "Conversations With..." Filmmaker Rodney Evans
Rodney Evans's latest feature, Vision Portraits, had its World Premiere at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival in the Documentary Feature Competition. Evans has a long filmography to his record including the documentary short Persistence of Vision (2016), which won the Jury Prize at the Ann Arbor International Film Festival in 2017, the narrative feature, The Happy Sad, which has played at over thirty film festivals throughout the world and had its U.S. theatrical premiere in August 2013 at the IFC Center in NYC and the Sundance Sunset Cinema in Los Angeles, and the feature film Brother To Brother (2004) which won the Special Jury Prize in Drama at the Sundance Film Festival.
Join us for the screening of Vision Portraits and a live conversation with writer/director Rodney Evans. Register for the event NOW.
WHEN: You can screen the documentary anytime from November 22-24 (78 minutes) and join a live conversation with Rodney Evans on the evening of November 24.
HOW: Please register for the ReelAbilities NJ - Film Festival 2020 presents: A Live Conversation with Rodney Evans, Writer & Director of "Vision Portraits." You will receive reminders for the event, a link and password for the screening which will be available for 5 days, and a Zoom link with a password for the Live Conversation event.
The ReelAbilities NJ - 2020 Film Festival is brought to you by the Office of Education and Community Outreach (OECO) in the College of the Arts at Montclair State University and is made possible by a generous grant from Kessler Foundation.