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2000-2004 Carol Cornsilk (Cherokee)
served as the director of programming and production for Native
American Public Telecommunications. Currently she is an independent
producer making films for public television in partnership with
Larry Pourier (Lakota). In 2001, she was a participant in the
Sundance Institute's Independent Producers Conference in Sundance,
Utah. Cornsilk has also served as a reader and panelist for ITVS.
She has more than 25 years experience working in public television
production, primarily in Nashville, Tennesee and Austin, Texas.
Cornsilk was a director of Austin City Limits, the longest
running live concert series on American television, during the
program's early years. Cornsilk received her BS in Radio-Television-Film
from the University of Texas-Austin. She was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma
and lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
"Believe in your vision, believe in your dreams, follow
Presentado por NMAI
Fotográficos: Carol Cornsilk - courtesy
of the filmmaker