Evan Scott Russell is a multi-award winning independent filmmaker based in Burbank California. His work has screened at festivals around the world, including the PBS Online Film Festival, The Nashville Film Festival and the Cannes International Film Festival, gaining national publicity. In the spring of 2015, he graduated with a BFA in Filmmaking from The University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Confessions of a Hollywood Bartender
Television by Natalie Sutherland (Drama) Actor
Film by Henry Barrial (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Leonard, a middle-aged stay-at-home dad, must start driving for an Uber-like company to help supplement his working wife's income.
Along the Stormfront
Film (short) by Griffin Giersch (Animation, Action, Adventure, Comedy and 1 More) Actor On a bus ride into a town plagued by mysterious disappearances, a fox and an armadillo find themselves thrown into an encounter neither are prepared to face.
The Roma Project
Film (short) by Harrison Keenan (Action, Drama and Sci-Fi) Writer, Producer Following a deadly car accident, a frightened teen awakes in an ominous hospital discovering powerful abilities he did not know he possessed.
Film (short) by Joseph Hefner (Drama) Transportation department Oblivious to their close proximity to one another, two women reflect on a brief connection they shared six months earlier
Film (short) by Christene Seda (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Actor, Writer, Producer Leah confesses her true feelings to Chayse in the school library while unknown malice lurks in the hallways.
Film (short) by Tanner Agle (Comedy) Actor, Writer, Producer After being struck down by an SUV in a fight with his family, a NASCAR-aspiring hillbilly comes face-to-face with God himself.
Film (short) by Andy Rakich (Comedy, Horror and Romance) Production manager Jake, a virgin, learns the perils of sex and jealous girlfriends.
Film (short) by Tanner Agle (Comedy) Actor A young, eccentric, but unsuccessful magazine salesman falls in love with the one person who's interested in what he's selling.
Film by Brian C. Weed (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Three years after a tragic accident leaves a student dead at the annual Homecoming dance, a group of senior friends anxious about the return of Homecoming Night to their sleepy Southern town find themselves visited by a deadly presence from their past in the dark and desolate halls of their very own high school. Written by Jake Helgren
Children of Wax
Film (short) by Raven Bradley (Drama and Horror) Miscellaneous Crew When a widow's six children are abducted by a witch who trades the souls of children for her immortality; the widow must venture deep into the forbidden woods to confront the evil before her children are trapped in wax for all eternity.
University of North Carolina School of the Arts