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Randy Redroad

Randy Redroad is a Cherokee Filmmaker and one of the pioneers of Native Cinema. His feature debut, THE DOE BOY, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the prestigious SUNDANCE/NHK Award. The film went on to win 14 other festival awards and earned an IFP/Gotham nomination for outstanding directorial debut. Randy's second feature, AMONG RAVENS, starring Amy Smart and Johnny Sequoyah, was distributed by Gravitas Pictures. HIs third feature, EDGE OF THE WORLD will be released this year.
Randy co-produced and edited the Showtime documentary FIRST CIRCLE, an intimate look into the world of the Foster Care system. His other work includes the irreverent feature doc EVERYBODY HAS AN ANDY DICK STORY, the feature films WIND WALKERS, BEAUTIFUL WAVE, IBID and the award winning documentary EARTH MEETS WIND.
Randy is a founding member of the award-winning StyleHorse Collective, a group of indigenous artists who work with tribal organizations to create inspiring and educational film and video projects. StyleHorse Collective are the creators of the popular Powwow Sweat series and the award-winning music video "We Shall Remain."
Originally from Lubbock, Texas, Randy lives in Los Angeles with his wife Jaki Lynn and his son Ranger Lee.

AVAILABLE FROM TWN:

Cow Tipping: the Militant Indian Waiter
Randy Redroad
Producer: Third World Newsreel Workshop
1992, 10 min., Color, US
EDUCATIONAL STREAMING: twn.tugg.com/titles/cow-tipping

In this original short drama, a Cherokee café waiter faces customers who insist on sharing their ignorance about American Indians--o...

Haircuts Hurt
Randy Redroad
1992, 10 min., Color, US
A Native American woman and her young son encounter everyday racism when they visit a local barbershop. The situation leads her to reflect on her own childhood and reconsider her son's first haircut. ...

High Horse
Randy Redroad
Producer: Randy Redroad
1995, 40 min., Color, US
A provocative narrative on the concept of "home" for Native Americans. The film opens in what the filmmaker calls "the artificial world of the colonizers" - a modern American city. From a cop to a y...


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