Tyler wins Best Supporting Actor at AIFF

At the 36th Annual American Indian Film Festival, Tyler Christopher won Best Supporting Actor  for his role as Tushka in the movie Shouting Secrets.  Tyler comments on the big weekend for himself, Chaske Spencer (Best Actor) and Korinna (Best Film).

"Thank you all for supporting Shouting Secrets in San Francisco. It was cool to bring home a supporting actor trophy. Congrats to Chaske and Korinna for best actor and best film as well. They deserve it."


Shouting Secrets was filmed in the spring of 2010 and is the universal story about a family coming back together under the chaotic event of a parent's sudden illness. Cutting through the harsh themes of family struggle with the precise balance of honest humor and raw conflict,
Shouting Secrets relates to the moment we all will eventually be forced to deal with as a family ages together, regardless of the effort we can try to take to avoid those we are bonded to for a lifetime.

Shouting Secrets Official Website

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