Christina D. King is a Creek/Seminole filmmaker whose work focuses largely on civic engagement through storytelling and democratizing media opportunities for minority voices. Kingâ€™s feature producing credits include Up Heartbreak Hill (POV) and This May Be the Last Time (Sundance Channel Intl.). She is currently co-directing the feature documentary, Warrior Women, about the mothers and daughters behind the American Indian Movement of the 1970â€™s with historian Dr. Elizabeth Castle and producing Jeremiah Zagarâ€™s feature film debut, We The Animals. King began her career in production on the feature films Fur: An Imaginary Portrait Of Diane Arbus and Che, among others, before moving on to work for Michael Moore on Capitalism: A Love Story and Line Produce for Ric Burns and Chris Eyre on Tecumsehâ€™s Vision, as part of the American Experience: We Shall Remain series on Native American history. Her extensive work also includes Election Day (Independent Lens), Bad Blood (PBS World), productions for FOX, ABC, Showtime, HBO Films, and numerous commercials for clients such as Under Armour, Atlantic Records, and Toyota. King is a 2014 Sundance Time-Warner Native Producing Fellow and a member of the Brooklyn Filmmakerâ€™s Collective.