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Kymon Greyhorse is a Navajo + Tongan + 2Spirit film director, cinematographer, editor, and screenwriter. A descendant from the Salt (‘Áshįįhí) clan, and born for the Tongan people of Tongatapu, Tonga. Greyhorse’s work explores the human experience normalizing Indigenous stories and existence. His work has screened all around the world from 2023 Sundance Film Festival, Navajo Film Festival, to art installments in Montreal, Canada, and screening in La Paz, Bolivia in partnership with the Soul of Nations Foundation. In the digital space, he has created content for notable non-profit climate activist organization, Slow Factory, bringing awareness to Oahu water protectors and the ongoing fight to shut down Red Hill. Kymon is honored to be a 2022 Sundance Indigenous Fellow. Kymon holds a BFA in Film & Digital Arts from The University of New Mexico and continues to expand his style and perfect his craft. He wants his future films to inspire and empower yearning voices that have been silenced for too long.
Official Selection
I AM HOME
Sundance Film Festival
Park City, Utah
2023
Official Selection
Can I Love You?
Santa Fe International Film Festival
Santa Fe, New Mexico
2022
Official Selection
I AM HOME
RNCI Red Nation International Film Festival & Awards - Native Cinema
Woodland Hills, California
2022
Winner - Best Film
I AM HOME
Navajo Film Festival
Shiprock, New Mexico
2022
Official Selection
Two Spirit
Navajo Film Festival
Shiprock, New Mexico
2019
Official Selection
Two Spirit
RNCI Red Nation International Film Festival & Awards - Native Cinema
Woodland Hills, California
2019
College
The University of New Mexico
BFA in Film & Digital Arts
20182022
Started filming at the age of 8 with a handheld green panasonic camcorder.
“If you truly love cinema with all your heart and with enough passion, you can’t help but make a good movie.” - Quentin Tarantino
Yá'át'ééh dóó Mālō e lelei !
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