You Wouldn’t Expect

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A mother and daughter’s horrific experiences as two of the almost 7,600 victims of the North Carolina Eugenics Program. Set in the backdrop of 1960’s southern America.

Director: Evan Kidd

Evan Kidd, is an award winning filmmaker and founder of RockSet Productions. Raised in North Carolina, from a young age he turned his love of film into a career. He obtained a degree with honors in Cinematic Arts and Media Production from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. In the summer of 2013 Evan released Spazz Out! his 35-minute documentary film on local music festival Spazz Fest in Greenville, NC. Among those featured in the film were the band Future Islands. Award winning artists, performing on the Late Show With David Letterman & Jimmy Kimmel Live. The film has gone on to win numerous awards, and has been featured in both local and international press including News Observer and FilmCourage.com. It was an official selection and screened at the 2014 Art All Night – Trenton Film Festival in New Jersey. Evan’s latest project Displacement Welcomed was an official selection of the Viewster Film Festival based out of Zürich, Switzerland.

In addition to Spazz Out! Evan has created a variety of other films ranging from documentary to narrative and corporate. His film Bad Tip won Best Story in the 2013 regional ECU Campus Movie Fest Competition and was an official selection in the 2014 Triangle Campus Film Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina. From documentary to narrative and corporate Evan’s understanding of all genres of filmmaking gives his work a diverse and impressive understanding of the medium. His selected filmography can be seen here.

Evan has also created strategic video campaigns for businesses & organizations in the North Carolina area, including a full service video campaign for the East Carolina University Art Education Department which is currently featured on the University’s website. Evan also has experience filming music videos for a variety of artists both locally and out of state, in locations such as Washington D.C, Las Vegas, and more.

Currently Evan has just released his 16 minute short film Displacement Welcomed (2014) which tells the story of a young woman returning home to deal with her father’s disappearance. However along the way its a homeless woman who helps her find what she truly seeks.

Displacement entered the film festival circuit in November of 2014 where it received both local & international play starting with the VOFF4 Viewster International Film Festival. Evan is currently touring the film festival circuit with the project and is prepping for his next documentary. Evan organized and fundraised for the film via a successful IndieGoGo campaign. A trailer was released in April.

As a multi-genre filmmaker Evan always strives to create unique and engaging content for the viewer to experience through the medium that is film.

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Join us on Friday, November 4, 2017 at 6 pm for the Tuolumne County PREMIERE of The Other Kids at the Summerville High School Theatre!

Tickets for this 1-night only SPECIAL PRESENTATION TICKET are only $10 in advance through October 31, 2017.

EARLY BIRD ticket purchases online

After October 31st, tickets can be purchased only at the door on November 4th for $15 each.

Arrive as early as 5:30 pm.

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