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- 4 m
Months after being assaulted, a young woman is overwhelmed by the presence of a man watching her.
Director Bio "Oglala Lakota/Diné director and writer Razelle Benally currently attends the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts at New York University as a 2nd year MFA Candidate in Film Production, focusing on Directing. Benally holds a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts and is an alumna of both the 2012 Sundance Film Institute Native Filmmakers Lab as well as an awardee of Sundance Film Institute’s 1st Native Short Film Production Grant Fellowship in 2015. She was a 2015 SWAIA Discovery Fellow and 2017 Artist in Business Leadership Fellow with the First People’s Fund. Her 2017 short film Raven has screened internationally and picked up various awards including: Best Narrative Short, Best Directing, and Best Sound. Most recently Benally directed a PSA promoting the Indigenous Vote featuring Mark Ruffalo, Tonia Jo Hall, and Shailene Woodley. She is currently in development of her first feature narrative film titled: Winter in Black Mesa, which has been supported through Sundance Film Institute’s 2018 Creative Producing Summit and their 2019 Women in Sundance Strategic Financing Intensive program."