Kevin Booth is an American film director, producer, lecturer, musician and rancher. He is known for his documentary film series “American Drug War”. The series has been viewed over 50 million times via Showtime, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and broadcasters on five continents. Booth worked with his close friend comedian Bill Hicks, until the time of his death and posthumously produced “Rant in E Minor” voted by Spin magazine as the 11th greatest comedy album of all time. Booth has also produced and directed features for comedians Joe Rogan, Doug Stanhope and controversial conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Kevin’s book “Agent of Evolution” was published by Harper Collins UK and enjoyed brisk sales across western Europe. After directing “Shadows of Sofia” in eastern Europe, Kevin returned to Texas to develop a series about the massive exchange in land ownership currently happening.