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Frank Evers (businessman) (Francis Anthony Evers) was born on 1965 in East Jerusalem, Jordan (pre '67). Discover Frank Evers (businessman)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

Popular As Francis Anthony Evers
Occupation Businessman · producer
Age 58 years old
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Born 1965, 1965
Birthday 1965
Birthplace East Jerusalem, Jordan (pre '67)
Nationality Jordan

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In November 2022, Girl Culture Films evolved into Institute, broadening its directorial roster to include more underrepresented talent regardless of gender, and offering greater integration with sister companies INSTITUTE ARTIST, the prestigious photo agency, and Girl Culture Studios."


In January 2019, together with his wife, photographer and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield, Evers launched Girl Culture Films, a commercial, branded content and entertainment production company.


In 2018, Evers produced Generation Wealth (Amazon Studios), and followed that up in 2019 with The Kingmaker (film) (Showtime Networks). Both films were directed by Lauren Greenfield.


In 2015, Evergreen Pictures produced a documentary series in partnership with GQ/Conde Nast Entertainment, called Bling Dynasty (3 million views on YouTube), and a short documentary film called Magic City: A Film by Lauren Greenfield (over 5 million views on YouTube, & In January 2016, "Magic City" was nominated for Best Video by ASME (the American Society of Magazine Editors).


The company's first feature documentary film, The Queen of Versailles, was directed by Greenfield and debuted at the Sundance Film Festival 2012, where it was selected to be the Opening Night film. The film was acquired by Magnolia Pictures and was theatrically released on July 20, 2012 throughout the US, ultimately grossing over $2,400,000 at the box office. The film was also acquired by Bravo for US television broadcast in Spring 2013. Greenfield was awarded the Directing Award by the Sundance Jury, the Grand Jury Prize from the Brisbane International Film Festival, a Best Director Award from the RiverRun Film Festival, and the Special Jury Documentary Feature prize from the deadCenter Film Festival. "The Queen of Versailles" was also nominated for Best Documentary Film, 2012 by the International Documentary Association (IDA).


In May 2011, Evergreen Pictures produced "Beauty CULTure", a 30-minute-long documentary film by Greenfield for The Annenberg Space for Photography (Annenberg Foundation). "Beauty CULTure" had its US theatrical debut at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, where it was selected for the Shorts Documentary competition.


In December 2010, Evergreen Pictures produced a series of "documercials" for Chiat Day/Gatorade, called BECOME and directed by Greenfield, in conjunction with an accompanying national advertisement print campaign for Gatorade (also photographed by Greenfield).

Earlier in 2010, Evergreen Pictures produced a short video, Fashion Show, which debuted on New York Magazine's website, accompanying a photographic portfolio by Greenfield as part of New York Magazine's annual Fashion issue. An exercise in the deconstruction of fashion and fashion week in Paris, Milan and Yew York, "Fashion Show" was screened by the Sundance Institute as a short film accompanying Isaac Mizrahi's documentary film, Unzipped, and the short was screened in a number of film festivals.

Evers is also the co-founder and former co-chair of the New York Photo Festival (NYPH), a festival dedicated to contemporary photography. The third New York Photo Festival 2010 (NYPH'10) took place from May 12 to May 16, 2010. Evers resigned from the New York Photo Festival in June 2010 to co-create and start up the Future of StoryTelling with Charles Melcher and Melcher Media.


Founded with Matt Shonfeld in 2009, INSTITUTE ARTIST is an artist management, licensing, and multi-platform production company focused on editorial, cultural and commercial clients. INSTITUTE ARTIST represents filmmakers and photographers, and operates out of Los Angeles and London. In 2015, INSTITUTE ARTIST created a distribution arm called The Story Institute, which focuses on the distribution of long-form photographic stories.


In 2007, Evergreen Pictures produced "kids + money" a 14-minute series of webisodes for The New York Times Magazine, after which it shot additional materials and produced an expanded 32-minute short film, which was sold to HBO, was distributed around the world, and garnered numerous international short film awards.


From late 2004 to mid-2008, Evers stepped in to help effect a turnaround of the VII Photo Agency, where his wife (Greenfield) was an owner-member at the time. During this period, the agency expanded its roster and sales operation, opening offices in New York and Los Angeles, while creating a number of branded initiatives, including the VII Network, VII Masterclass, VII Seminar, VII gallery, VII bookstore, and VII Visionaires. He left to launch an artist management company, INSTITUTE. Greenfield subsequently left VII in September 2009 to join INSTITUTE.


Since founding the production company in 2003, Evers has run Evergreen Pictures with his wife, photographer and filmmaker Lauren Greenfield.


Before entering the photography business, Frank ran video game production studios producing over 100 interactive games for Sierra Entertainment, Activision and Disney Interactive (1995–2002). His most successful video game series were MechWarrior, Interstate '76, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and the Kingdom Hearts series (over 10 million units sold generating over $500 million in retail sales), a joint venture between Disney Interactive and Square Japan. In addition to producing games, he was also the Director of Silent Thunder: A-10 Tank Killer II and The Mask, one of the first CD-ROM interactive comic books.


Earlier in his career, Evers was the film executive responsible for finding the script and packaging the movie Swimming with Sharks, while also handling finance and distribution for a small independent film company, Cineville, which produced "The Crew" (1994) and "Mi Vida Loca" (1993).


Evers attended secondary school from 1978 to 1983 at Ireland's Gormanston College, and is a graduate of Harvard University (1987), where he earned a B.A. in East Asian Studies. He holds the Irish Junior Men's record in the pole vault (4.60 m), and has held the record since March 1983.


Francis "Frank" Anthony Evers (born 1965) is an Irish & American businessman, the CEO of INSTITUTE/The Story Institute, and the president of Evergreen Pictures and Girl Culture Films.


Evers was born to Francis Anthony Evers (Frank Evers (GAA)), a senior United Nations official, and Theresa Evers (Irish actress, Theresa (Doyle) Evers). His father was born in Menlough, Galway in 1934, and his mother was born in New York, USA in 1934 but spent most of her young life in Tuam, Galway. He has six siblings—five sisters and one brother. He grew up in the Middle East and Ireland until he moved to the US to attend Harvard University in 1983.