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MARK D. WILLIAMS

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Mark Williams is a writer and director from Oklahoma, and is a full-blood Choctaw indigenous American. This fact influenced the name of his production company, Native Boy Productions LLC.

His short and feature length films have won several awards including those from the Red Fork Film Festival, Mvskoke Film Festival, Red Dirt International Film Festival, Gallup Film Festival, Eye Catcher International Film Festival, and the Native American Film Festival of the Southwest. Categories include Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Editing and Best Cinematography.

WARRIOR COACH is about a small Native American school in Wewoka, Oklahoma known for producing big basketball talent with a style of play commonly referred to as "Rez Ball". Led by Coach Chris Jones (Choctaw/Kiowa/Apache), the Justice Warriors compete for the 2020 ORES State title once again.

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