Partnering with InCA Productions, OETA and NETA, this is the second film in a series of documentaries exploring creativity in America: Reinventing Yourself was produced and aired nationally in 2012. This one-hour film focused on individuals who decided to start life all over again in middle-age – re-shaping their work, their sense of purpose, their relationships, even their world-view. Why and how did they take this step? In the final story, creativity and mentoring helped the Chickasaw nation to redefine its future.

This is one of an ongoing series of films on creativity, produced by InCA Productions of San Francisco and presented to the Public Television Network by OETA Oklahoma and NETA, the National Educational Television Association.

Senior Producer and Writer: David Kennard
Producer and Director of Research: Lizzie Kennard
Story Producers: Jamie Lejeune and Michael O’Connell
Produced by InCA Productions Inc.

Produced in association with Creative Oklahoma Inc.
Presented on public television by the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority

Made possible by generous funding from:

Presbyterian Health Foundation
Oklahoma Business Roundtable
Visionary Oklahoma Women…