Evan Jacobs

Evan Jacobs

Evan Jacobs was born in 1973 in Queens, New York. He spent his formative years playing in punk bands and going to the movies. In 1993, he formed RINGSIDE RECORDS because "nobody else would put my band ICE out." In 1994, he declared that he wanted to be a screenwriter and in 1995, Evan wrote and directed his second script, WALKING BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS, described as "a love story without the love." Editing the film in a friend's bedroom, Jacobs released it to some positive reviews in nationwide fanzines and had some screenings in his hometown of Orange County, CA and nearby Santa Monica. Then Jacobs went into overdrive, making SAFETY IN NUMBERS in the spring, CURSE OF INSTINCT: 108's FINAL TOUR (a documentary about the last tour of Hare Krishna punk band 108) and THE TOLL COLLECTOR that summer. He was subsequently referred to as "the prolific Evan Jacobs" in the Fall 1997 issue of ALTERNATIVE CINEMA. Obtaining distribution through such companies as B-MOVIE.COM, FACETS MULTIMEDIA and TAPEWORM, copies of these films soon started appearing on the internet and in various video stores throughout the country.

     

The King Kong production in New York via New Zealand

The King Kong production in New York via New Zealand

Michelle Pfeiffer and Kevin Kline join A Prairie Home Companion

Michelle Pfeiffer and Kevin Kline join A Prairie Home Companion

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Donnie Wahlberg signs up for NBC's untitled '70s cop drama

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Jennifer Lopez headed for Bordertown?

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Stellan Skarsgard climbs aboard the Pirates of the Caribbean sequels

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CONTEST: We're giving away Alone in the Dark soundtracks

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77th Annual Academy Award Nominees Announced

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