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Home of filmmaker Evan Kidd.
The latest work.

Panda Bear It – Local rapper Kamus Leonardo’s world is upended upon the sudden death of his girlfriend Destiny. To make matters worse he’s hanging out with a panda bear. 2020 RockSet Productions.


Run of the Picture – As hurdler Johnny Dutch prepares for the biggest race of his life, more than just his Olympic dream is at stake. A independent documentary on track star & filmmaker Johnny Dutch. One man chasing two dreams. 2019 RockSet Productions.


We Lived the Blues – Born and raised in Baton Rouge, both Smokehouse & Mamie fell in love with the sights and sounds of Louisiana blues. And not long after, each other. Fast forward to August 2016, and we find Smokehouse and Miss Mamie Porter in a fight for survival as Baton Rouge and the greater community they’ve built around swamp blues falls prey to rising flood waters. This is Smokehouse and Mamie’s story of survival and what truly comes after the flood. As seen through each other’s eyes. 2018 RockSet Productions. 15 minutes.


  • 2018 Sidewalk Film Festival
  • 2018 Louisiana International Film Festival

Unique and engaging cinematics. Feature films, documentaries, music videos & more.
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Episode 45 – (Learning With Our Fellow Creatives) “Season 3 Recap” Convincing Creatives

After 15 interview episodes season three of Convincing Creatives Podcast is officially wrapped! We learned a ton! Here in this bonus episode we discuss what we learned across this past season and how to apply it going forward to be the best creatives we can be. In a clip show format! Thank you for all […]
  1. Episode 45 – (Learning With Our Fellow Creatives) “Season 3 Recap”
  2. Episode 44 – (Oliver William Smith) “Impact Through Filmmaking”
  3. Episode 43 – (Melissa Maerz) “The Oral History of Richard Linklater’s Dazed & Confused”
  4. Episode 42 – (Dan Perlman) “Comedy, Drama, & Making Flatbush Misdemeanors for Showtime”
  5. Episode 41 – (Dayna Reggero) “Listening To Our Climate”