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Stacey Parshall Jensen is a vibrant Mixed Blood screenwriter, storyteller, filmmaker whose stories overflow with dramatic tension of dynamic relationships of the flawed who find their strength, heal their wounds and triumph over their obstacles. She’s co-owner of Through The Wilderness, LLC, a film production company dedicated to untold stories and new takes on old tales. TTW’s debut production she wrote is “Blessed” a Native female action short about the struggle between becoming a mother or being a warrior to save your family. “First Girl I Loved” a PSH Collective feature with TTW as executive producers world premiered at Sundance 2016 where it won the Best of NEXT Audience Award. She holds a MLS in Interdisciplinary Child Social Policy, a MFA in Creative Writing and a MFA in Screenwriting from USC. She plans to make more movies where she can blow shit up.

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Elizabeth Frances, Stacey Parshall Jensen
Drama Mystery & Suspense

1989 Minneapolis: Adopted wild child, Kit Brookings, returns home to confront her dying father, but instead is thrust back into the white world of wealth, secrets, and lies, unraveling the truth of the scandal she ran from a decade ago.