Indian Country Today calls Steven Paul Judd, Kiowa and Choctaw, the Renaissance Man of Native art and entertainment. Judd’s career began as a filmmaker, before he added painting, acting, and writing to his credits. Inspired to combat the stereotypical, colonialist portrayals of American Indians in film he saw on the screen as a child, he’s directed features American Indian Graffiti and Death Factory, shorts, including “Neil Discovers the Moon” and “Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco,” and a music video, “The Storm,” by Doc featuring Spencer Battiest; he’s written scripts for Shouting Secrets and the Disney XD series Zeke and Luther. His latest short film Ronnie BoDean (2015), showcases Judd’s sense of humor and resilience. Ronnie BoDean is a “tough-guy anti-hero the Native community can call its own,” starring Wes Studi.
One Heart will showcase Judd’s short films, from his early work to his latest, demonstrating the evolution of his craft over the course of his career.
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