Carlton Evans speaks on following your passions, which led him to co-found the Disposable Film Festival.

Independent film producer Carlton Evans talks about what life entails for him and how his passions have led him to co-found the Disposable Film Festival.

About the speaker

Carlton Evans is a San Francisco-based independent film producer and screenwriter whose productions have screened at top festivals worldwide, including Sundance, Tribeca, and Rotterdam. He is also the co-founder and executive director of The Disposable Film Festival, currently in its 5th season, which celebrates achievements in new media filmmaking internationally. Carlton produced and co-wrote the documentary feature CONNECTED, the short YELP, and was a creative consultant on the narrative feature THE WOODS, all of which premiered at Sundance 2011. He was the associate producer and director of distribution of THE TRIBE (Sundance 2006), which was singled out by The New York Times, Variety, and the Sundance Institute for its groundbreaking distribution strategy.

Carlton is currently producing Matthew Lessner’s new film, working titled ROSS, which was awarded a Kenneth Rainin Foundation screenwriting grant. Carlton holds a PhD in Art History and Film Theory from Stanford University.

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