'Red Hand' press kit
A Rodrick Pocowatchit Film
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
Claudia Little Axe
Troy Little Axe
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Rodrick Pocowatchit is from the Comanche, Pawnee and Shawnee nations, and has produced, written, directed and starred in four independent feature films, including the zombie cult hit “The Dead Can’t Dance.” He is an alumnus of the Sundance Institute’s screenwriting program and the L.A. SkinsFest/CBS Directors Initiative. He is also a film columnist for The Wichita Eagle and Kansas.com.
A man with the power to heal time-travels from the future to rescue a tech genius who is pivotal in saving the Native American race.
A man with the power to heal time-travels from the future to rescue a tech genius who is pivotal in saving the Native American race. They are helped by a psychic comic book artist who has foreseen them coming when an officer is sent from the future to destroy them.
Three people -- a man with the power to heal, his interpreter (since he can’t speak) and a soldier to protect them, are sent from the future to rescue a tech genius who is pivotal in saving the Native American race.
They are helped by an eccentric, psychic artist who has foreseen them coming and has drawn comic books about the man he calls Red Hand, which have built a loyal fan base of believers ready and waiting.
But time is running out, the men only have 48 hours to accomplish their mission, and an evil officer has also been sent from the future to destroy them.
And that leaves the fate of all Native people hanging in the balance. Because as it turns out, the prophecy is real -- and the future must be rewritten.
L.A. SkinsFest, Los Angeles - 2017
First Nations Film & Video Festival, Chicago - 2017
NatiVisions Film Festival, Parker, AZ - 2017
American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco - 2018
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Randall Aviks in "Red Hand." Photo credit: James Rhiley
Rodrick Pocowatchit, left, and Brett Patrik in "Red Hand." Photo credit: James Rhiley
Bryon Burkhead, left, and Rodrick Pocowatchit in "Red Hand." Photo credit: James Rhiley
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