About Josh Evans‘The Daily Press’s Kevin Thomas called Inside the Goldmine, in which Evans starred in 1994, a “meaningful look at a nihilist” and “the kind of film that could be made only by someone prepared to strive for self-knowledge.”
About his independent film, The Price of Air, the Los Angeles Times review pointed out that “Evans also stars, giving a persuasive portrayal as the naive but likable slacker, Paul… .” He followed The Price of Air by producing and directing the 35mm Glam, which a Los Angeles Times review called “an edgy tale of Hollywood innocence, corruption.”
Evans also wrote, produced, and directed the independent film, Che Guevara, in 2005. At a 2006 conference sponsored by UCLA’s Latin American Center’s Working Group on Education and Culture, Che was screened.
His latest book is Gold Star
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Star leaves the city for nowhere, she just needed to get out. Along the way she found a new circus to join, a collective of rock n roll royalty, the coolest music scene in the world up there in the Joshua Tree….