Two Row Productions
Two Row Productions Two Row Productions is an Indigenous owned film production company that follows the principals of the Two Row Wampum, creating films based on relationships of Peace, Good Mind and Strength.
Director / Producer / Writer
Katsitsionnni Fox is a Mohawk filmmaker sharing empowering stories of resilient Indigenous women. Her debut film was the award winning Ohero:kon - Under the Husk a 26-min documentary following the journey of two Mohawk girls as they take part in their traditional passage rites to becoming Mohawk Women. Katsitsionni received the Jane Glassco Award for Emerging Filmmaker at the imagineNATIVE Film Festival in 2016 as well as the Achievement in Documentary Filmmaking Award at LA Skins Fest in 2016. This film received funding from Vision Maker Media and has been broadcast on many PBS stations since 2017. Her most recent film, Without a Whisper - Konnon:kwe is untold story of how Indigenous women influenced the early suffragists in their fight for freedom and equality. Without a Whisper received an audience award at Woods Hole Film Festival, Best Short Film Winner at Female Voices Rock Film Festival and Best Documentary Short at Red Nations Film. Without a Whisper was broadcast on PBS Plus and was selected for the PBS Shorts Film Festival in 2021.
Katsitsionni was selected as a 2021 Nia Tero Storytelling Fellow, focused on amplifying Indigenous creatives working on innovative projects rooted in culture, environment and story. She was a 2021 Jackson Wild Multicultural Alliance Fellow. Katsitsionni is currently a Reciprocity Project Season 2 Filmmaker, a diverse cohort of Indigenous filmmakers and storytellers, spanning across continents sharing stories of reciprocity with the earth. Katsitsionni is a recipient artist for the Creative Rebuild New York artist program 2022 - 2024. She is honored to be selected for the 2023 cohort for PBS Ignite Mentorship for Diverse Voices.
She is in production for Kanenon:we - Original Seeds a documentary following Indigenous women reclaiming their ancient role as seed keepers, regenerating, protecting and rematriating sacred and endangered heirloom seeds for the future generations.
Kanenon:we - Original Seeds
The film features Indigenous women from three different Native Communities as they reclaim their ancient role as seed keepers, regenerating, protecting and rematriating sacred and endangered heirloom seeds for the future generations.
Currently in Production