Indigenous Short Film Series is an initiative to discover and inspire Native peoples to tell their own stories in front of and behind the camera. It provides creative inspiring filmmakers the opportunity to get they material in front of key industry makers including their work to be screened at Red Nation Film Festival – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema and broadcast on Red Nation Television Channel-Native is Here. We engage with indigenous peoples from all over the world.

Submissions open in April 2018.

Presented in Los Angeles at Red Nation Film Festival – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema {annually}.

Success Stories – “In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman” Camille Manybeads Tso, “Why the Women in My Family Don’t Drink Whiskey & other Digital Stories” Theda NewsBreast, “Journey” – Montano Rain. All three titles went on to win Awards at numerous festival across the country.

Indigenous Short Film Series is made possible through gifts, grants and sponsorships.

Give your support to Indigenous Short Film Series program.

For more information on how YOU can support this program.

Contact:

Red Nation Celebration Institute

Linda Tenequer

O) 747.888.4518

E) rednation@rednation.com

 

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