There's No End

Documentary // 19:50

"I always try to just be myself. Sometimes I make songs and albums of spilled guts deep reaching ideas and send them out to all the strangers in the world, but mostly I’ve tried to keep the real daily life private. I’ve wanted to share the meat and hide the skin. Now I find myself surprised to be revealing a beautifully filmed portrait version of this home life; the simple routines with my young daughter, the meandering ideas that burble out unformed. Our lived moments aren’t the art project, but a picture of our little world with its everyday light and shadows, the place where we actually live. Coffee and oatmeal on a school morning, talking again about death and jokes and emptiness."

Directed By: Mattias Evangelista

Director of Photography: Riley Donavan

Executive Producer: Phil Elverum

Featured Music By: The Microphones & Mount Eerie

Additional Score By: Mark Hadley & Simone Porter

Edited By: Mattias Evangelista

Colorist: Dylan Hageman

Sound Design & Mix: Roman Richard



Documentary // 11:27

What would it mean to be the best skier in the world if skiing was all you had in life?

When Zack  watches Micah, a young skier and chef following in his footsteps at Mt. Baker, he sees a similar work ethic that’s built a foundation much broader than his already exceptional skiing. 

Featuring: Micah Evangelista, Zack Giffin, and James Evangelista

Executive Producers: Kelsey Scott, Andrew Osborn

Produced by: Jon Reisinger

Directed by: Mattias Evangelista

Director of Photography: Riley Donavan

Original Score by: Tim Callobre

Additional Cinematography by: Kyle McCarty and Doug Jambor

Edited by: Mattias Evangelista and Christian Carvallo

Colorist: Jensen Vinca

Sound Design and Mix: Roman Richard

Graphic Design: Madeline Thunder


Series // 2018 - Ongoing

Learn tennis from the worlds best. 

An ongoing series of training videos, breakdowns and interviews with stars like Venus Williams, Chris Evert and Amanda Ansimova.

Produced by: Aether Films

Directed by: Kyle Bullington

Post: Aether Films