Born and raised in an Alaskan village of 500, Carlee Malemute, a graduate from USC’s Screenwriting MFA Program and a participant in the 2016 Native American TV Writers Lab, co- wrote three movies for Lifetime and is currently staffed with her writing partner on Hallmark’s Good Witch. She enjoys writing stories about complicated families.
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Eva Thomas (Tohono O’odham /Ojibway/Cherokee) is an actor, filmmaker and writer. Eva graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Communication and Broadcasting. After university, she attended the Webber Douglas Dramatic Arts Academy in England and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Eva earned a Masters of Arts degree from UCLA in… Read more »
Isaac was born in New York City but currently lives in Los Angeles. His writing credits include the cabaret “Sexy 101”, the musical “Shadows” and the short-film “Lov/Sik”. He has performed on off-Broadway stage, television and film. One of the short-film projects he co-starred in, “The Last Bullet” was chosen for official selection at the International Film… Read more »
Cypress is a Los Angeles based writer for the screen and stage. He also acts in short films he produces, “Thunderdance” a short which he co-produced and starred in took Second Place for Overall Standard Film in the Nationwide AT&T Create-a-thon contest where contestants were invited to film on the Warner Brothers Lot. And his… Read more »
Writer/Director Richard Montes (Chichimeca/Blackfeet) credits include the award winning comedy “Aguruphobia” released theatrically and currently available on VOD platforms. His feature documentary “Pass The Mic” screened for American Film Institute’s Music Doc Series, distributed by Image Entertainment, and included in Stanford and Harvard University’s Global Hip Hop Archive. Richard co-created the horror-sci-fi thriller “Lost Angeles Ward” an original… Read more »
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