Virginia Film Festival: Filmmaker Kevin Everson

U.Va filmmaker Kevin Everson speaks with Sean McCord about the short films he is screening at the Virginia Film Festival. Here’s the blurb from the festival website:

“In 2011, U.Va. professor of art Kevin Everson premiered his work at the Toronto International Film Festival, had a solo exhibition of his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and received a fairly gushing review from New York Times art critic Holland Carter. Collected here are five of his most recent films.Chevelle is a document of a discarded vehicle’s ultimate crushing fate. Ten Five in the Grass is his take on a cowboy film. The Tombigbee Chronicles No. 2 is comprised of three short films exploring individuals from Everson’s parents’ hometown of Columbus, Mississippi: Rita Larson’s Boy, Early Riser, and Chicken.”