Brooke (Blackfeet/Salish) works to tell Indigenous stories and stories from other marginalized communities. DAUGHTER OF A LOST BIRD, currently screening on PBS’ America ReFramed is her first feature documentary, winning the NYWIFT Best Female Director for a Documentary at Woodstock, the Groundbreaker Award at the Cleveland International Film Festival, and the Best Film Virtual Exclusive Award at the Atlanta Film Festival. OK BREATHE AURALEE, her NYU graduate thesis film, screened at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and has TV distribution with FNX (First Nations Experience, a PBS affiliate). She made the Blacklist’s Inaugural Indigenous List with TINDER ON THE REZ along with her co-writer Angela Tucker. She also produced BELLA VISTA (Rotterdam), SIXTY FOUR FLOOD (PBS & PBS Digital) and the podcast ALL MY RELATIONS with Matika Wilbur and Dr. Adrienne Keene. She has fellowships from PBS Wyncote, a Woodstock/White Feather, Sundance/Time Warner, and the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation . She holds an MFA in Film from NYU. Brooke serves as a screenwriting faculty mentor at the Institute of American Indian Arts in their Creative Writing MFA program. She lives and works in her homelands in Montana.
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