Filmmakers and Producers

Amy Tall Chief

Amy Tall Chief (Osage) is the Director of Entertainment & Events for the 7 Osage Casinos and has worked in Casino Entertainment since early 2006. Amy gained the breadth of her experience working in the corporate entertainment and events field in New York City for 12 years. Amy manages and hosts the annual outdoor concerts at the Osage Casino properties and is responsible for booking the concert entertainment held at the Osage Event Center. In addition to managing large-scale entertainment, she also manages all of the Osage Casino brand bars and nightclub entertainment. Amy is also responsible for all external client and promoter rentals for the multiple Osage Casino venues. Amy graduated from the University of Texas, Arlington with a B.F.A. degree in Directing, Acting and Costume/Set Design. Amy also completed the elite film production program at ThirdWorld Newsreel in NYC. Amy is a SAG/AFTRA union actress, director and producer of both theater and film. As a diverse artist, Amy’s understanding of both the creative and managerial side of the Entertainment business, allows for a unique understanding when hosting Entertainers. She is extremely proud to be able to utilize her talents within the Entertainment and Events industry for the betterment of the Osage Casinos and Osage Nation. Amy is honored to be serving her 2nd term on the Board of Directors for the International Entertainment Buyers Association.


Ki-Hi-Ka Ste': Life of Chief George Tall Chief
Amy Tall Chief
2010, 63 min., Color, US
Ki-Hi-Ka Ste' is a heartfelt story of one man's journey through life, the many lives he impacted and the legacy that he will leave behind. At age 93, George Eves Tall Chief is currently the oldest member of the Osage Nation. At age 9, he survived the murder of his father during the "Reign of Terro...

Plastic Warriors
Amy Tall Chief
Producer: Third World Newsreel Workshop
2004, 26 min., Color, US
Native New Yorkers give their emotional responses to terms like "squaw" and "redskin" in this thought-provoking documentary about Native American stereotypes in American culture....

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