Cherokee Filmmaker wins best feature narrative

Randy Redroad, the director behind the award winning film The Doe Boy, earned the 2018 award for best feature narrative at the annual Frame4Frame Film Festival this year for his film Edge of the World.

The film explores the personal journeys of a group of at-risk youth that are taught the power of perseverance by a coach that is battling a deep personal crisis of his own.

As a founding member of the award winning StyleHorse Collective, a collective that works with tribal organizations to create inspiring and educational film projects, Redroad fuelled this particular film with a sense of healing and overcoming personal struggle. It suited the festival’s criterium extremely well.

The Frame4Frame Festival itself is in its third year and is the first of its kind, with its multi-media forum dedicated to raising cultural awareness and appreciation for creativity and diversity. The four-day festival made its premiere in 2015 and is also a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth’s talent-rich, art music and film environment.

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