2017 Red National Film Festival
Saturday, November 18, 2017
LIVE broadcast RNCI Red Nation Awards Show on Red Nation Television Network
The 2017 RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL offers 12 days of cinematic excellence with 46 American Indian & Indigenous films, 22 Directed by Women that include Los Angeles, World and U.S. premieres consisting of features, documentaries, shorts.
Highlights Native Women in FILM, Red Nation Conversation Series Q & A with filmmakers, Native FILM Market, Networking Media Symposium, Two-Spirit Film Series, Indigenous Women RISE Climate Change March, Native Youth Film Series, Environmental & Social Justice Film Series, Indigenous Film Series and concludes with a LIVE broadcast RNCI Red Nation Awards from Beverly Hills.
22 Films. Directed by WOMEN. Never before in the history of cinema has there been this many women storytellers in one place, all native themed films. Another ground-breaking initiative presented by Red Nation Celebration Institute.
RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL presents works by independent American Indian & Indigenous filmmakers. The festival offers filmmakers an opportunity to showcase their work in the heart of the entertainment industry. Angelenos and audiences of all ages, interests come to Los Angeles from around the world to experience the stories and hear directly from the filmmakers themselves, coming away with a deeper understanding of Indian Country America.
RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL is the only Festival in the world that created ‘The Brando Award’; ‘The Chief Dan George Award’; ‘The Edward R Roybal Award’; The Edward Albert Jr Award in honor of their legacy in film, social and environmental justice.
The 14th Annual RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL is sponsored by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Variety, Honest Engine Films, Film LA Inc, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, American Film Institute, Outfest, Slamdance, One Bowl Productions, XLrator Media, Real Mohawk Entertainment, The Begley Family Foundation, Mark Rafflo, StormStudios, KCAL 9, KCRW, Inn of The Mountain Gods, National Indian Gaming Association, Stand Rock Tribe, USC School of Cinematic Arts Media Institute for Social Change, City of Los Angeles Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell and Red Nation Television Network.
Red Nation Film Festival is a program of Red Nation Celebration Institute who founded American Indian Heritage Month in The City of Los Angeles to celebrate and experience the beauty, complexity and diversity of American Indian & Indigenous Peoples.
A Call to Action A Woman with a Vision, fourteen years ago, RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema was born 2003. Up until that time Native Cinema did not exist in Hollywood. The past 14 years RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL has garnered support from several art foundations, entertainment corporations, production companies, distribution companies, Native American tribes and Celebrities.
For more information http://www.rednationff.com/
2017 RNCI Red Nation Awards http://www.rednationff.com/rnci-red-nation-awards/
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Red Nation Celebration Institute | Film Festival founder Joanelle Romero, a member of The Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. IMDb http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0739282/bio