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7 min. English.

Traveling Shoes is based on the hit record by the Ohio-based gospel group, The Brown Singers.

Kevin Jerome Everson, born in 1965 in Mansfield, Ohio, USA, is currently based in Charlottesville. He has an MFA from Ohio University and a BFA from the University of Akron and is Professor of Art at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. His work encompasses painting, sculpture, photography, and film – including nine features and over 140 short form works – and has been exhibited internationally at film festivals, cinemas, galleries, museums, and biennials. Everson is the recipient of several awards, fellowships, and grants.

Production Kevin Jerome Everson, Madeleine Molyneaux. Production companies Picture Palace Pictures (New York, USA), Trilobite-Arts DAC (Charlottesville, USA). Director Kevin Jerome Everson. Cinematography Kevin Jerome Everson. Editing Kevin Jerome Everson. Sound Kevin Jerome Everson. With Sidney Brown, Sr., Robert Whitfield, Matilda Washington, Kimberly Knox.

World sales Picture Palace Pictures


selection (starting 2015): 2015: Production Material Handler, A Saturday Night in Mansfield Ohio 2 (2 min.), Grand Finale (5 min.), Three Quarters (5 min., Forum Expanded 2015), Regal Unlimited (3 min.), Smooth Surface (3 min.), Three Items a Shelf (4 min.), Park Lanes (480 min.), It Seems to Hang On (20 min.). 2016: Oscar at 8903 Empire (2 min.), 8903 Empire (480 min.), Auditioning for Nathaniel (14 min.), Lost Nothing (4 min.), Threshold Spondee / Discrimination N66#1 (5 min.), Shadeena (5 min.), Ears, Nose and Throat (11 min.), We Demand (4 min., Forum Expanded 2016). 2017: Tonsler Park (82 min.), Brown and Clear (8 min.), Carrs Down South (3 min.), R-15 (5 min.), Rams 23 Blue Bears 21 (8 min.). 2018: Round Seven (19 min.), Rhino (23 min.), Polly One (6 min.), Polly Two (12 min.). 2019: Traveling Shoes.

Photo: © Picture Palace Pictures / Kevin Jerome Everson

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