It was an incredible night at the American Indian Film Awards. Chaske Spencer was honored to win an award for his role in Shouting Secrets, a critically acclaimed film about a modern Native American family dealing with a sick mother and a troubled past.
The American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show, recognizing excellence in USA American Indian and Canada First Nations cinematic achievement, making the annual awards show one of the most prominent Indian Country and Native Cinema showcases.
Outstanding performances varied across the talent venue, on awards night including: Blues singer/songwriter Derek Miller, Punk/Indie band Miracle Dolls, Hip Hop/ R and B duo The Battiest Brothers, comedian JR Redwater, and violinist Swil Kanim.
BEST FILM – Shouting Secrets, Korinna Sehringer, Director
BEST DIRECTOR – Andrew Okpeaha MacLean, On The Ice
BEST ACTOR – Chaske Spencer – Shouting Secrets
BEST ACTRESS – Michelle St. John – Every Emotion Costs
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – Tyler Christopher – Shouting Secrets
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Roseanne Supernault – Every Emotion Costs
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE – The Thick Dark Fog, Randy Vasquez, Director
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT – Columbus Day Legacy, Bennie Klain, Director
BEST LIVE SHORT SUBJECT – Search For The World’s Best Indian Taco, Steven Paul Judd,Director
BEST ANIMATION – Amaqqut Nunaat (The Country of Wolves), Neil Christopher, Director
BEST MUSIC VIDEO…
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