Announcing the new online documentary series from Redshade Productions.
“Ten in Ten” is a new online documentary series that explores different topics in ten, ten-minute short videos. The inaugural episode is about Jazz critic Paul Eduard Miller, writer and editor for Downbeat Magazine, and radio host.
There will be many different topics discussed in this series, many not necessarily Native American centric.
This event is postponed indefinitely. Stay tuned for updates about this event.
Redshade Productions announces an upcoming Virtual Table Reading of Ernest M Whiteman III’s screenplay “Nameless: A Western”, scheduled for May 21, 2021. The reading will take place via Zoom and will be free and open to the public.
“Nameless: A Western” tells the story of a nameless Arapaho gunfighter chasing the most-dreaded Gunslinger across the land. The story is both an homage and upending of the American western film tropes. Based in concept on Native American gunfighters such a Cherokee Bill, and the Rufus Buck Gang.
Right now, Ernest is looking for readers to take part. If you are interested feel free to contact Ernest M Whiteman III via our CONTACT Page. Or help spread the word.
The Virtual Reading Tour for Ernest M Whiteman III’s “A Rez Tale: A Novel” will hold its final event on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 7:00pm. You can get FREE tickets here at this EVENT LINK. The first five ticket holders get a free copy of the e-book. The next ten get 50% off at when purchasing the e-book at SmashWords.
‘A Rez Tale’ is the story of Michael Redshade and Jason Harvey, two childhood best friends living on the Wind River Indian Reservation whose lives are sent on opposing trajectories when an event changes their lives. As the story unfolds, the ideals of mythology and truth, of heritage and history unwind as the two former friends meet up after ten years apart.
As their paths diverge, we see how life has treated these former friends. As one schemes, the other drifts. Both are hurt by the wreck that ended their friendship. As their paths are forced to cross again, unexpected forces and events set them on their paths on a larger stage.”A Rez Tale” is the upending of myth, the exploration of love and friendship, and the examination of tribal politics which fuse the story and adds texture as the rez tale unfolds to its startling conclusion.
This is not the end for “A Rez Tale”, in March 2021, Redshade Productions will host the first “Book Discussion” of “A Rez Tale”. Stay tuned for more information. If you hve read the book we invite you to meet with others and the author to discuss the story, themes, and inspirations. We look forward to seeing you there!
Thank you all for the support you have shown the novel.