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Marty Coulee is a Native American entrepreneur living the good life in New York City. When her Native American business partner Jess, has an unexpected opportunity in the American Southwest, they decide to embark on an adventure to Arizona. However, the fun is short lived when Jess vanishes without a trace. Suddenly, Marty is forced to deal with her past, a system of racism and false allegations. All while trying to find her friend Jess. The events that unfold fundamentally change Marty. She becomes a voice for the voices unheard.

  • Mark Lewis
  • Runtime:
    24 minutes 38 seconds
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Director Biography - Mark Lewis

Mark Stephen Lewis is a new media Director/Producer specializing in underrepresented narratives, social impact stories, and cinematic arts/technologies. Mark (Gila River/Sac & Fox), is the owner of Fox Clan Productions and has directed/produced documentaries, narratives, podcasts/vodcasts, transmedia projects, and an award-winning web series. Currently, his latest film, Voices Unheard, is screening throughout festivals in 2020.

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