Synopsis: RED HORIZON is a documentary short film about a group of pilots who are dedicated to keeping the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen alive while pursuing their dream of becoming professional aviators and inspiring the Black community to take to the skies and change the racial imbalance in the world of aviation. The
film centers around a cast of dedicated students at Tuskegee University who are on scholarship with the
Red Tails Scholarship Foundation. Through their training they learn that being a Tuskegee Airmen has
more to do with how much they are willing to give than the color of their skin.
T.C. began making films in Steamboat Springs, CO, while working for Young Life, a youth outreach program for high school students. He pro- duced his first feature film with 100 high school kids, which launched a career in filmmaking. After working for several years in LA, he began producing and directing feature documentary films. Over the past ten years, he has worked with National Geographic, Discovery, NBC, CBS, author Rick Warren, and many others. T.C.’s second feature film “Rising From Ashes” was executive produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker and won multiple awards at film festivals including the Hamptons International Film Festival and Aspen Film Fest.
T.C. and his wife, Kristen, live in Boulder, CO. He continues to produce
and direct films as well as consult non-profits on media strategy.