Welcome to the Official Amy Tall Chief website! Amy is an Osage Artist from Oklahoma with a variety of talents.  She is a Union Actress, SAG/AFTRA who graduated from University of Texas, Arlington with a BFA.  Her focuses were acting, directing and costuming.  She spent 8 years in the DFW, TX area building her acting resume. Then spent 13 years in NYC and now resides back in Oklahoma working for her Osage people as the Director of Entertainment & Events for Osage Casinos.  While making her way as as actress in NYC she supported her career by working in Events and for the DMC's, all the while teaching beadwork at countless venues around the tri-state area, dancing and powwowing throughout the country and ultimately became the "Artist in Residence" for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. Amy applied and was accepted into the Elite Third World Newsreel Filmmaking program in 2004 and learned how to write, direct, produce and edit her own film projects beginning with her documentary short, "Plastic Warriors"that takes a hard look at Native American Stereotypes in contemporary society.In 2004, Amy completed her feature documentary"Ki-Hi-Ka Ste':  Life of Chief George Tall Chief"
While working full time for Osage Casinos, Amy still continues her artistic endeavors including her own film projects, auditioning for television, films and commercial print.  Please enjoy your tour through Amy's projects and come back and visit as this site is always a work in progress! 
 "Strength of a Woman" videohttp://www.slack-time.com/music-video-254-Shaggy-Strength-Of-A-WomanNative Networks at Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Third World Newsreel, Media Distributor in NYC
Canadian Film Distributor, Moving Images

Ki-Hi-Ka Ste' Clip

Plastic Warriors Clip