High Horse

Director: Randy Redroad

Institute History

  • 1995 Sundance Film Festival


On the streets of New York City, dislocated native people are reclaiming what has been stolen from them. High Horse is an experimental narrative about these people as they call on their ancestors to guide them so they can leave the artificial world of the colonizers and catch a spirit ride to their true identities.

Screening Details

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