About the Film
A Diné family from the heart of the Navajo Nation shares their story of resilience and survival from domestic violence: how it permanently impacted their life trajectory and how each member uses their account of events as a means to effect change in native communities across North America.

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Production
Filming includes stories from each member of the Tsosie family as well as an 11-day, 160-mile awareness  walk from the Navajo Nation to White Mountain Apache. The walk was filmed in June 2017 and additional stores, follow up shoots, are being conducted. 

Distribution
The film will be submitted to film competitions across the US and select international outlets upon completion.

After response from competitions we will begin a grassroots distribution campaign following the successful model of the documentary project: ‘Fair Tomatoes.’ ‘Fair Tomatoes' led a cross-country college tour coupled with lectures and seminars at major institutions.

PROJECT Supporters

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All contributions above $250 are tax deductible.

Your name will be added on the film’s end credit scroll, you'll receive a high quality photo print from the walk, mounted on a fine art mat, and a tax receipt for your sponsorship value.