Randy’s feature debut THE DOE BOY premiered at the Sundance Film Festival where it won the Sundance/NHK International Filmmaker’s Award. The film went on to win fourteen other festival awards in 2001 including Best First Time Director at Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival and a near sweep of this year’s American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. Randy was a finalist for the IFP/Gotham Open Palm Award for Outstanding Directorial Debut and the 2001 Perrier Bubbling Under Award. His latest film, MOCCASIN FLATS, a collaboration with Toronto-based Big Soul Productions, premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Last summer MOCCASIN FLATS became the first all-native television series in history. Redroad is an alumnus of Sundance Institute’s Filmmaker’s and Producer’s labs and has been the recipient of the prestigious Rockefeller Fellowship. His award winning short films HIGH HORSE and HAIRCUTS HURT also screened at Sundance. Randy is currently developing his second feature THE SPACE BETWEEN ALL THINGS. Randy is also an accomplished musician/songwriter and is in the midst of recording his second CD.
Tribeca All Access® | 2008
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