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The Red Man's View


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A Shoshone band who lived in a secluded valley in the 1860's, during the time of the last 'Free' roaming Native Americans in the midst of the American Civil War. They are discovered by a group of Union soldiers and squatters and forced to... See more »

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Status: pre production
Status Updated: 23 May 2020

Cast

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Masaka
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Miako
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Jenkins
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Squatter Silas
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Squatter Jones
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Ta'ma
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Mukua
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Silver Eagle
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Squatter Slade
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Chief Great Eagle
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Nata'yah
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Kuttuppuih Kwinaa
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Minnewanna
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Kimana
Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse ...
Holy Man
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Son'gun
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Southern victim
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Squatter Lukas
Tommy Wolfe ...
Scout
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Young Minnewanna
Victor Gage ...
Elder
Roseann Abrahamson ...
Hai
Robert Tree Cody ...
Bivichi Wedá
Michael Martin ...
Squatter Jubal
Jordn Lee ...
Nayati
Stacy Mosley ...
Squatter Jake
Rob Swanson ...
Union Jack
Marshall Baldwin ...
Squatter Abe

Directed by

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Thomas R. Bond II

Written by

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Thomas R. Bond II ... (screenplay)
 
Frank Marks ... (screenplay associate)
 
Frank E. Woods ... (story)

Produced by

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Thomas R. Bond II ... producer
Frank Marks ... production executive
Brad Ryal ... associate producer
Cristofer Sanders ... supervising producer

Music by

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Rotem Hecht ... (music by)

Editorial Department

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Shawn Broes ... digital intermediate film editorial / post-production associate

Production Design by

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Michael Paul Clausen

Costume Design by

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Terri Middleton

Makeup Department

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Adam Brandy ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Frank Marks ... executive production manager
James Morales ... independent consultant

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gary Baxley ... second unit director

Sound Department

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Juniper Post ... sound

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Geoffrey Ford Kfoury ... visual effects supervisor (as Geoffrey Kfoury)

Visual Effects by

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Shawn Broes ... visual effects editor
White Rhino ... cgi effects

Stunts

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Gary Baxley ... action coordinator
Efka Kvaraciejus ... stunt player
Jiri Stanek ... stuntman
Patrik Stanek ... horse master
Nils Allen Stewart ... fight choreographer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jacques Silberstien ... still photographer

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Paula Lent ... wardrobe head

Location Management

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Tommy Wolfe ... location manager: native american lands / location scout

Music Department

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Thomas R. Bond II ... composer: additional music / composer: theme music / composer: theme
Rotem Hecht ... music supervisor / musical director

Script and Continuity Department

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Jessie West ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Roseann Abrahamson ... Shoshone laguage, dialogue and speech coach / native american wardrobe historical advisor / on-set Shoshone historian / on-set dialogue coach: Shoshone laguage
Joseph Thomas Bailey ... production consultant
Marshall A. Baldwin ... second assistant director
Lisamarie Bond ... producers asssistant (as Lisamarie Kakuya)
John Choades ... civil war historian
Tsulan Cooper ... acting coach
Victor Gage ... historical researcher
Tim Halpin ... production coordinator
Willo Hausman ... production staff
Wenonah Red Horse ... public relations associate
Chris Koplitz ... videographer
Francine Lee ... social media associate
Robert Lame Bull McDonald ... construction: Lodges-TiPis
James Morales ... production consultant
Kitty Pleasant ... promotions associate
Robert Redfeather ... Native combat advisor
David Anthony Velarde ... publicity assistant
Brittney Winkle ... production associate

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Joseph Thomas Bailey ... very special thank you: to the wonderful

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The bold and definitive film about the tragic history of Native Americans at the end of an era, when the American nation struggles with a changing radical government that during its 'Civil' war, professes freedom for all, but incites destruction and the eradication of an entire people and its culture. About a Shoshone band who lived in a secluded valley that are discovered by a group of Union soldiers and squatters and forced to move from their home. They are moved from valley to valley as the Union takes more and more of their land in a plan to eradicate the country of 'Savages' exterminating all Native Americans. This epic Native American drama is a symbol of the American indigenous beating heart. Showing the sweeping landscape of the life and times of an entire culture and its last days as a free people as seen through the eyes of a small Band of these people. Love and courage gives this Native family strength to endure the trials and heartache of war of hard times for their people, and their endurance to overcome. Adapted from a story from a silent film made of over 100 years ago, Red Man's View with an all Native American lead cast, starring many of today's major Native American talent, such as Michael Spears, Shanon Baker, Zahn McClarnon, Rick Mora, and Saginaw Grant among many others. Written by Biograph Studios (Production Company)

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • The Red Man's View (United States)
Runtime
  • 137 min
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Budget $1,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Red Man's View producer Thomas R. Bond II is the son of actor Tommy Bond , who played "Butch" the bully in the original "Little Rascals". See more »
Movie Connections Remake of The Redman's View (1909). See more »

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