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20/NOTHING

PRESENTED BY | POV

ABOUT THE FILM

20/Nothing follows Evan Smith, a man who lost his left eye many years ago. This experimental film takes an in-depth look at a life with no depth perception.

Rachel Stevens

ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS

Rachel Stevens, Filmmaker/Director: Rachel Stevens found her way from Texas to Montana by way of Wyoming. In Missoula, she works as the senior graphic designer at Adventure Cycling Association whilst finishing her MFA in Media Arts at the University of Montana. To see more from Rachel, visit hellorachelstevens.com.



Sarah MeismerSarah Meismer, Director of Photography, Producer: Sarah Meismer was born and raised in Missoula, Montana where she quickly discovered a passion for the arts. She is currently working as an editor for the YouTube channel SciShow, and frequently collaborates on independent films and other artistic endeavors. Check out sarah-meismer.squarespace.com for more info.



Caitlin HofmeisterCaitlin Hofmeister, Editor, Producer: Caitlin Hofmeister is an artist and filmmaker living in Missoula, Montana where she produces the educational YouTube channel SciShow. She earned her MFA in Media Arts from the University of Montana where she fell for the team who created 20/Nothing. To see more of her work, visit caitlinhofmeister.squarespace.com.



Josef MeteshJosef Metesh, Sound Design, Camera Operator, Producer: Tuna (Josef Metesh) is a native of Butte, Montana who made his way to Missoula for film school after briefly studying geological engineering. He currently works for Warm Springs Productions as an assistant camera operator, and when not on the road for work he spends his free time writing and recording music, experimenting with sonic sculpture, and operating a Steadicam and drone for Wheelhouse Missoula. Find his cinematography reel at captainviolence.com.



ABOUT POV

POV, a cinema term for "point of view," is television's longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films. Since 1988, POV has presented more than 300 of the best, boldest and most innovative documentaries to PBS audiences across the country. POV films are known for their intimacy, their unforgettable storytelling and their timeliness, putting a human face on contemporary social issues.

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