Ryan Muina is currently an FSU College of Motion Picture Arts undergraduate with a passion to visually tell stories. He’s a first-generation Cuban-American born in Los Angeles, California and raised in central Florida. His passion for filmmaking stretches far back before grade school and has only grown ever since. He aims to entertain and make audiences think by exposing them to new and unique stories.
Ever since learning about the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, I knew I wanted to make a film to bring light to such an important issue that gets so little exposure. I was shocked by how little most people know about this issue, and even more shocked by my own lack of knowledge on it. My crew and I spent 2 weeks and drove across the country to gather information and hear the stories of 3 indigenous women and how they feel about the matter. My co-producer and I are so proud of what we created and look forward to sharing it with the world.