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Filmmaker Series • E4

Caleb Eberhardt has always used his music to connect with others. Now, he’s working to use his platform and leave a legacy of social change.

Caleb Eberhardt, known muscially as Rosehardt, is a self-produced R&B/hip hop artist originally from San Francisco, CA. In addition to his work as a musician, Eberhardt works as an actor, most recently in HBO’s Betty and the upcoming Judas & The Black Messiah. In his debut solo album, Songs in the Key of Solitude, Rosehardt explores seclusion and coming to peace with oneself–themes that could not feel more timely.Photos by Alice Plati

A ripped and stained poloraid of with the words "Be wherever there's people"

“Storytelling is one of our most important basic human traits. I'm lucky to be able to make art that involves both art and music, and in such a crucial way.”

A collage of images showing him squat in the grass, showing off his Docs, posing in a workspace, candid shot in the workspace, and standing in the park with arms crossed low in front.

“Everything. Love, despair, and everything in between.”

A collage of images showing him jumping down stairs, walking downhill in a park, and sitting on stairs in front of a textured background


1. Ali Roberto

Director Alison Roberto takes a dive into the grit and passion of the LA music scene with her films, the product of a lifelong vision.

2. Gabriel Gomez

NY Filmmaker Gabriel Gomez uses these unprecedented times to hone in on what matters to him and the musicians in his community.

3. Lauren Ruth Ward

Lauren Ruth Ward is a musician, stylist, photographer, and more than the sum of her parts, seeking ways to connect without in-person shows.

4. Rosehardt

Caleb Eberhardt has always used his music to connect with others. Now, he's working to use his platform and leave a legacy of social change.

5. Tolliver

Los Angeles artist Tolliver uses his music to reconcile who he is today with his Baptist upbringing and childhood.

6. Cautious Clay

Music is the most natural form of expression for musician/producer Cautious Clay, who is using his art to navigate the turbulence of 2020.

7. Blimes & Gab

Blimes & Gab blended their unique styles to create Talk About It. Now, they're braving the highs and lows of releasing an album mid-pandemic.

8. Sunflower Bean

Lifelong musicians and members of Sunflower Bean are leaning on each other, their music, and the politics of their art to continue creating.

9. NEZ

NEZ, Los Angeles-based music artist and producer, focuses on cultivating a creative space where he can express himself in the truest form possible.

10. Orion Sun

Despite the dark early days of lockdown, singer, producer, and songwriter Orion Sun is finding the light by learning to live on her own terms.

11. The Regrettes

The Regrettes are looking within for inspiration and learning to let go as their non-stop touring lifestyle slows in the midst of lockdown.

12. Stuyedeyed

NYC band Stuyedeyed is focusing on what they can control: creating music they believe in, and through that, inciting change.

13. duendita

Brooklyn-based artist duendita uses her time in lockdown to find well-deserved rest and focuses on expressing her deepest self through her music.

14. Frankie and the Witch Fingers


Powered by the explosive energy they usually channel onstage, Los Angeles band Frankie and the Witch Fingers uses art to engage their community.

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