Christopher McLeod, Producer/Director
Christopher "Toby" McLeod has produced three previous hour-long broadcast documentaries, including The Four Corners: A National Sacrifice Area?, which won a Student Academy Award in 1983, Downwind/Downstream and Poison In The Rockies. His first film was The Cracking Of Glen Canyon Damn — With Edward Abbey And Earth First! McLeod's credits also include the shorts, Voices Of The Land and A Thousand Years Of Ceremony, the latter is a 40-minute profile of Wintu healer Florence Jones meant for the use of the Wintu community. McLeod works as a journalist and photographer as well as filmmaker. He is a graduate of Yale University and the University of California at Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.
Malinda Maynor, Co-Producer
Malinda Maynor is a Lumbee Indian from North Carolina who has made several shorts about her native culture that have aired on public television. A graduate of Harvard University and of Stanford University's documentary masters program, Maynor is a recipient of a 2001 Rockefeller Film and Video Fellowship and is pursuing a Ph.D in History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.