An Arapaho elder visits a museum to explore tribal ancestral objects kept in boxes to learn how these artifacts vanished from his tribe.
Astronaut Tazbah Redhouse is on the first spaceship sent to colonize Mars. But a dream before her departure indicates there's more to her mission.
Filmmaker Nanobah Becker earned her MFA in directing from Columbia University in 2006. Her shorts Flat and Conversion (official selection, Sundance Film Festival) have screened around the world. Her screenplay "Into the Ring" got her a Sundance Institute-Ford Fellowship, and she was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship for her screenplay "Full," which… Show more went on to the Tribeca All Access program. Becker's producer credits include the award-winning Navajo-language short Shimásání (Tribeca and Sundance film festivals). She is a native of Albuquerque and a graduate of Brown University. Show less
Ken Kristensen received an MFA from Columbia University's film school, where he distinguished himself by being the only student in the history of the school to win all three screenplay awards with three different scripts. While still in film school he was selected to both the Sundance and IFP labs, and worked as an associate producer on Sorry, Haters. After… Show more graduation, he sold two scripts to Image Comics and Dark Horse Entertainment, both of which will be published as graphic novels in 2011. Kristensen's producer credits include seasons of JAIL, Las Vegas Jailhouse, and Road Warriors. Show less