Jon-Carlos Evans is a Berlin-based filmmaker, musician, and writer. A native of St.Louis, MO, he holds a B.A. in Film Production from Webster University-St. Louis and an MFA in Media Arts Production from the City College of New York. Under his musical alias Klaas von Karlos, Evans is also the founder of experimental-electronic collective ReVerse Bullets and creative director of the GLITCH performance series/music label. Klaas von Karlos is a member of music projects BIINDS, Naked Sweatshop, and Divan Rouge. His previous film works include the short films “Antithesis”, “Goodbye Brooklyn”, “Julya,” and “Salvation (Without You”).” He is a recipient of the Eastman Kodak Student Grant (2006), the Aloha Accolade Award (2010, Honolulu International Festival), and the Silver Palm Award (2010, Mexico International Film Festival). His 2017 mid-length feature film, “All Tomorrow’s Children,” was awarded the Bronze Remi Award at Worldfest Houston and Best Narrative Film at the 2017 CUNY Film Festival. Currently, he serves as a Staff Writer for the media website Black Nerd Problems. He works as the M.A. Programme Lead for Creative Production in Film at Catalyst Institute for Creative & Technological Arts in Berlin.