Knobby Brown Integrity Productions to Wrap Its Documentary “Starr Weed” at Historic Event
Fort Washakie, WY (October 14, 2012) – Knobby Brown Integrity Productions has been on a journey to produce film and documentaries celebrating the heritage of native Indian culture and compelling stories in general. Knobby Brown is currently wrapping a documentary on Tribal Elder Morning Starr Moses Weed, Sr. and former WWII POW titled “Starr Weed” and will be filming the ceremony for its feature.
Sacred Honor and Ceremony Details:
Time: 3PM to 5PM MST
Cost: Free to the public with reservations at http://starrweed.eventbrite.com/ or just stop in
Location: Rocky Mountain Hall – 15 North Fork Road, Fort Washakie, WY 82514
Presenters and Speakers: Margie Small, CEO of Knobby Brown Integrity Productions, business leader and legendary trial lawyer Kent Spence to introduce the Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, the Governor and granddaughter to Starr Weed, Kaylei Cady, to present American flag to Starr Weed. Formal welcome to attending dignitaries, family, POWs, veterans, and tribal councils. Kaylei Cady to sing and perform the “Lord’s Prayer” in Shoshone and sign-language.
Other key features:
Drum Group : Big Wind Singers, Wayland Bonatsie, Helena Oldman, Lyle Oldman, Willie Roberts
Spiritual Leaders/Speakers : Tim Tyler, Roberta Engavo
Prayer : Philbert McLeod
Color Guard : Gilbert Jarvis, Wade LeBeau, Wyman Weed, Baptiste Weed
** Honorary celebration feast to follow for attendees
“We wanted to honor Mr. Weed for his service and sacrifice to his country and leadership within the tribal communities and believed a formal flag ceremony would be fitting,” says Margie Small, CEO. “We’ve been working with an incredible team of producers, writers, filmmakers, technologists, and alliances to make this happen,” says Andy Valadez, Chief Marketing Officer for Knobby Brown and CEO of Marketing Dynamics (based in Houston). “We want to thank the Governor’s Office, Shoshone Business Council, Wyoming Veterans Commission, and all of those who have made this possible,” says Mrs. Small.
About Knobby Brown Integrity Productions:
Knobby Brown Integrity Productions was created to honor the selfless work of the late Leon J. “Knobby Brown” McConnell who succumbed to cancer at age 56. The company is dedicated to honoring his memory by producing high-quality productions with professional teams respecting tribal heritage and remembering history. Knobby Brown was founded by Margie Small, CEO and partner Daphne Boyd with a vision of building on each other’s strengths in film production. For more information visit: www.KnobbyBrown.com