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DANIEL GLICK:

DIRECTOR / WRITER

Daniel Glick's first feature documentary film, A Place to Stand, was released in 2016 and about Chicano/Apache poet Jimmy Santiago Baca. The film has been cited as "inspiring" (Booklist), "gutsy" (Library Journal), and "compelling" (Santa Fe New Mexican). His most recent project, Our Last Refuge, initially led him to the Buffalo Program, the subject of his current project: Buffalo Resurrection.

LAUREN MONROE JR:

PRODUCER / WRITER

Lauren Monroe Jr. is one of the Blackfeet Nation’s most celebrated visual artists. His art re ects Black- feet cultural motifs and imagery as well as his personal experience of living and growing up on the reser- vation. Lauren is in the process of completing an MFA in Screenwriting from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM and has years of experience working in the lm industry in Art Production. Her film credits include Winter in the Blood, Walking Out, Winter Light, Jimmy P, and The Ballad of Lefty Brown. 

SARAH CLARKE:

PRODUCER / WRITER

Sarah Clarke is an award-winning TV and film actress (24, Twilight, Bosch) whose lifelong passion for wildlife preservation and environmental protection come together in this film. She will help fundraise for the project, build a distribution network for the promotion of the film, and enlist any additional support that we need from the Hollywood world

ZANE CLAMPETT:

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Zane Clampett (Yankton Sioux / Ihankton- wan Nation) will be the lm’s director of photography. Zane is a young cinematographer who graduated from Montana State University’s film school in 2015. He has worked with Daniel Glick on numerous projects, including three previous films set on the Blackfeet Reservation – Our Last Refuge and two shorts that focus on the 2016 buffalo drive (both in post-production). Additional Credits include the award-winning surf film The Accord as well as dozens of commercial projects.

PAULETTE FOX:

ADVISOR / BOARD MEMBER

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KENDALL EDMO:

WRITER / BOARD MEMBER

BIO!

BRANDON ROSSER:

BOARD MEMBER

BIO!

DANIEL GLICK:

DIRECTOR / WRITER / BOARD MEMBER

Daniel Glick has directed and produced a wide range of narrative and documentary shorts, commercials, web series and more. His first feature documentary film, A Place to Stand (2016), the true story of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, has been called “inspiring” (Booklist), “gutsy” (Library Journal) and “compelling” (Santa Fe New Mexican).

In 2016, he completed Our Last Refuge which tells the story of the Badger-Two Medicine, the sacred homeland of the Blackfeet, and the 35-year struggle to protect it from oil and gas exploration. It was this film that led him to connect with the Blackfeet Buffalo Program.

LAUREN MONROE JR:

PRODUCER / WRITER / BOARD MEMBER

Lauren Monroe Jr. is one of the Blackfeet Nation’s most celebrated
visual artists. His art reflects Blackfeet cultural motifs and imagery as well as his personal experience of living and growing up on the reservation.

 

Lauren is in the process of completing an MFA in Screenwriting from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM and has years of experience working in the film industry in Art Production. Film credits include: Winter in the Blood, Walking Out, Winter Light, Jimmy P, and The Ballad of Lefty Brown. 

SARAH CLARKE:

PRODUCER / WRITER / BOARD MEMBER

Sarah Clarke is an award-winning TV and film actress (Bosch, 24, Twilight) whose lifelong passion for wildlife preservation and environmental protection led her to Thunderheart Films. A founding member of the company, Sarah has spent the last year producing and developing three of our projects - Iniskim, Buffalo Resurrection, and an unannounced film.

 

Throughout her career onscreen she has supported and worked with various environmental agencies including the NRDC, Earthjustice and Arts Earth Partnership and her Thunderheart work has become an extension of that passion.

ZANE CLAMPETT:

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Zane Clampett (Yankton Sioux / Ihankton- wan Nation) graduated from Montana State University’s film school in 2015 and has shot dozens of commercials, documentaries, and short films. 

He work also includes three films set on the Blackfeet Reservation: Our Last Refuge, Drive Them Buffalo, and Iniskim.

PAULETTE FOX:

ADVISOR / BOARD MEMBER

Paulette Fox (Kainai Nation) is a character in Thunderheart Films's feature documentary Buffalo Resurrection and is a member of the Kainai (Blood) Nation - one of four tribes in the Blackfoot Confederacy - in Alberta, Canada. She is a leader in the Iinnii Initiative and an Indigenous Knowledge holder. 

KENDALL EDMO:

WRITER / ADVISOR

Kendall Edmo (Blackfeet) was born and raised on the Blackfeet Reservation. She has a background in Environmental Studies and currently works at the Blackfeet Tribal Historic Preservation Office where she continues to stay involved in the fight to protect the Badger Two Medicine. Kendall also works on cultural preservation and bison conservation issues. 

BRANDON ROSSER:

BOARD MEMBER

Brandon Rosser has a strong production and post production background with over two decades of experience in the American film industry. He has completed hallmark titles (including the Academy Award-winning Sling Blade) while managing film crews and professional staffs. 

He is a co-founder of Sixteen19, a a boutique production and post services company specializing in feature film, episodic storytelling and commercials.

DUKE ELLIOTT:

BOARD MEMBER

Duke Elliott is an entrepreneur and experienced home-builder with a passion for small, energy efficient and affordable homes. He has lectured nationally on sustainability and energy efficiency. Duke is responsible for energy and water conservation at Montana State University and is currently building a home made from shipping containers. He serves as the brass tacks financial guide for Thunderheart.