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Apache artist Keane is forced into a desperate mission to submit a job application before the deadline passes and his dreams evaporate, all while navigating family stresses, old enemies, and an unpredictable old car. Produced on location in the San Carlos Apache Reservation and the neighboring city of Globe, Arizona, this independent feature explores the extraordinary beauty and the unique challenges of these two communities, and the scorching ribbon of highway that connects them.

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    84 minutes
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    Notable cast includes Chesley Goseyun Wilson, whose 30 years onscreen includes roles in The Revenant, 12 Years a Slave, and Geronimo. The entire main cast--as well as the majority of production crew members--is comprised of San Carlos Apache tribal members. In order to prepare for production, the producers raised funds to create the Native Arts Film Academy, an intensive training module open to young adults who were interested in working on the film. Graduates of that program were hired by the production as crew in the camera, sound, art, and production departments.
  • Director
    Christian Rozier
  • Screenwriter
    John Lewis Tandy, Christian Rozier
  • Producer
    Selina Marie Curley, Carrie Sage Curley, Douglas Miles Sr.
  • Executive Producer
    Glen Lineberry, Douglas Miles Jr., Christian Rozier
  • Co-Producer
    Jenn Walker
  • Cast
    Ignacio Kenton - Keane Cassadore, Carrie Sage Curley - Alison Cassadore, Mariah Kitcheyan - Melanie Riley, Douglas Miles Sr. - John Riley, Rachel Curtis - Mina Riley, Uncle Max - Chesley Goseyun Wilson
  • Cinematographer
    David Orr
  • Editor
    Emily Koonse
  • Production Design
    Carrie Sage Curley
  • Sound Design
    Nick Price
  • Music
    Arturo Quiros