Rod Pocowatchit shared SkinsPlex’s photo.
Rodrick Pocowatchit is from the Comanche, Pawnee and Shawnee nations, and has produced, written, edited, directed and starred in three independent feature films. He has won several awards, and is an alumnus of the Sundance Institute’s prestigious screenwriting program and the CBS/L.A. SkinsFest Directors Initiative. His film THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is available now at skinsplex.com
“…representation of Native and indigenous cultures is absolutely vital in today’s mainstream media. It’s an underserved audience that’s starving to be satisfied, and streaming services such as SkinsPlex are an important outlet.”
Writer/Director Rod Pocowatchit (comanche)
His award winning film THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is currently streaming at SKINSPLEX.com
THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE is a comedy/drama about Three Native Americans who discover they are somehow immune to a mysterious virus that’s turning everyone else into zombies. The film has screened at film festivals across the country, and won several awards
SkinsPlex with Rod Pocowatchit
THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE (Theatrical Trailer)
Now Streaming on SkinsPlex
Three Comanche men discover they are somehow immune to a mysterious plague that is killing everyone else and turning them into zombies. As they escape to a remote school on the Kansas countryside, they find that survival isn’t the only lesson they will learn.
The Dead Can’t Dance is an award winning and original film from Indian Country. Pocowatchit delivers an innovative piece of work that showcases Native American people in a new setting. Humorous, scary and always fun, THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE provides new blood to Native cinema.
Rod Pocowatchit discusses his film with the Los Angeles Native community.