Brad Heck  

BRAD HECK is a filmmaker, cinematographer, and educator. Sisters Rising is Brad’s directorial debut. He also co-produced Willow O’Feral’s feature documentary Break the Silence: Reproductive & Sexual Health Stories, and is a co-founder of Haptic Pictures production company. Previously in his career Brad has worked as a cinematographer on commercial and independent projects and feature films. Brad was awarded a regional Emmy for his cinematography work for BRIC Media in NY, and is a recipient of the Thriving Communities Grant from the Community Engagement Lab. Brad is currently teaching film production at Central Connecticut State University, and before that he was the Director of the MFA in Film Program at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and taught Film & Video Studies at Marlboro College. Brad is originally from Chicago and now lives in Vermont. (10/22)

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Sisters Rising

A film by Brad Heck, 2020, 59 min, Color

SISTERS RISING is the story of six Native American women fighting to restore personal and tribal sovereignty in the face of ongoing sexual violence against Indigenous women in the United States. Native American women are 2.5 times more likely to experience sexual assault than all other American women. 1 in 3 Native women report having…

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