Two adolescent cousins—one from the city and one from the rez—bond during a summer herding sheep on their grandmother’s Navajo Nation ranch in the 1990s. They learn about their family’s past and themselves. That’s the story told in a new Native-led indie comedy Frybread Face and Me. Writer and director Billy Luther (Navajo/Hopi/Laguna Pueblo) creates a semi-autobiographical coming of age story starring Martin Sensmeier, Morningstar Angeline, and other Native actors. Tuesday on Native America Calling, we speak with Luther, Angeline, and other co-creators of the film.