Editor, Cinematographer, Writer, Director
Jon-Carlos Evans is a New York-based writer/director and multimedia artist born in St. Louis, MO. After obtaining a B.A. in Film Production from Webster University, he worked for KDHX-TV in St. Louis as an editor and media instructor. Then, after directing & producing the First Annual St. Louis Music Awards, Jon-Carlos moved to New York City to obtain his MFA in Film/Video at the City College of New York. His credits include the award-winning shorts From New York, Smile, and Salvation (Without You), which have screened in festivals in both the United States and Europe. Currently, he is in the beginning stages of his first narrative feature and releasing an album with his audiovisual band Reverse Bullets.
“The world ends in 1999 for three high school misfits yearning to escape a Midwestern city of absentee parents, failed institutions and bridling teenage frustration.” IMDB
“A Veteran of an unknown War, suffering from delusions and shell shock, comes to terms with the fact that his greatest war is within and his most threatening enemy is himself.” IMDB
The 5 Boroughs comprises five stories presented by five directors, including Evans, in one city. The short is “a collection of 5 short films, each based on 5 winning screenplays from across the nation” IMDB
A widowed man and damaged teen girl decide to meet in person after forming a friendship in an online suicide club. IMDB
“Julya is an experimental short film about a young actress who loses her ability of separating her memories from her own roles.” IMDB
“A story of how three characters lives become entangled due to the death of a young woman.” IMDB