George Lynch-Associate Producer

George Lynch is one of the most recognizable names in the world of rock guitar. Grammy nominated, with a career spanning more than thirty years, George has recorded over twenty albums with bands such as Dokken and Lynch Mob. He has toured the globe many times, and is the one of the most recognizable endorsees of the world’s finest guitars and equipment. The passion George has for the plight of the American Indian and social and environmental justice and to explore that story through film and music is boundless. He feels as though the paths of his life have led to the moment of creating this unique and important documentary.

Mark McLaughlin-Producer

Mark is an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker and producer. He has worked on a wide variety of projects including an award- winning retrospective on Hollywood musicals, segments for PBS “California Connected” program and a feature documentary about Superman for Warner Brothers. He spent a couple of months living in a tent at the North Pole while producing “Surviving Mars” for the Discovery Channel, and his independent feature documentary, “Keepers of the Frame,” has been shown at dozens of major film festivals and on AMC (American Movie Classics). As a sound and lighting technician, Mark has traveled the world working on programs such as “Nova,” “National Geographic,” “Scientific American Frontiers” and others.