Margie Small of Knobby Brown Integrity Productions was interviewed on KKHT 100.7 FM on “The Word on Fearless Networking With Ken P. Marsh” on Salem Broadcasting, Houston, Texas. Margie, the founder of Knobby Brown Integrity Productions was able to share her vision for the production company celebrating Indian Country with film and video productions. Her productions will be backed with solid research and historical accuracy, with a keen eye on on the quality of the production.
Knobby Brown Integrity Productions was recently recognized at the 14th Annual Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival for is production of “The World of Fight Doctor” with her business partner Daphne Boyd – “Best Documentary”.
Ms. Small is a veteran of the United States Air Force, a tribal member of the Eastern Shoshone, a direct descendant of Sacagawea, and the Sand Creek Massacre. Her inte
rests have been in music and movie production for over 30 years, helping new and established artists to garner opportunities in this sector.
Margie was able to share new information about the planned flag ceremony honoring Morning Starr Moses Weed (99), WWII POW and Eastern Shoshone Elder (also a direct descendant of Sacagawea) to be held at the Rocky Mountain Hall at Fort Washakie, WY, October 17, 2012. She is honored to be leading a team who have planned this ceremony and also the documentary “Starr Weed” on his life and sacrifices he has made for our great nation.