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Norman Brown has written, produced and directed documentary, dramatic, and education films and videos about Navajo subjects.

Billy Luther (Producer/Director, GRAB) studied film at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, and worked on projects for the Smithsonian Institution’s New York City National Museum of the American Indian Film and Video Center.

Camille Manybeads Tso is a fourteen year old filmmaker who learned the art of film through Outta Your Backpack Media. Camille has been with OYBMedia since she was 9, and is currently the youngest youth mentor.

Tina Garnanez, a young Navajo woman, begins a personal investigation into the history of the Navajo Uranium Boom, examining its lasting impacts and the potential for new mining in the area. Looking at the cost of cheap energy and the future of the industry, Tina becomes an advocate, lobbyist, and a vocal proponent for environmental justice.

When you hear the phrase "Native American music" you may not think of tubas, trumpets and Sousa marches. Yet, this rich musical tradition has been a part of Native American culture for over one hundred years. Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum is a half-hour documentary that offers viewers an unexpected and engaging picture of this little-known Native music scene. The film challenges viewers to expand their definition of Native American music and broadens their understanding of contemporary Indian life.

Every Monday night in the small community of Shiprock, New Mexico, a group of young Navajo leaders meet to decide how they will help their community. For more than seven years, the Northern Diné Youth Committee has worked to give youth opportunities to directly make changes within their community. But while the NDYC works to make changes, many members also consider their own futures, commitments to family and the world outside of the Shiprock.

Velma Kee Craig (Navajo) is the co-founder of White Springs Creative, which she runs with her husband and fellow director Dustinn Craig. She enjoys writing poetry and blogs which aim to show the extra sweet and humorous of stay-at-home life.

Ramona Emerson is a Diné writer and filmmaker originally from Tohatchi, New Mexico.

Enei is Navajo and married into the Gwich’in Nation.

I am enrolled member of the Omaha tribe of Nebraska. I am also Cherokee, Navajo & Sioux. I was born & raised in the city, but was taught about the ways. I am studying business @ unl and work pt @ legislative.

Erica Scharf has spent much of her career in documentary film and television. She is currently editing the documentary television show, The Shift, airing on Investigation Discovery.

TricksterFilms makes modern-day fables that address and challenge cultural norms, tackling humanity with an irreverent twist.

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