MONTHLY FILM SERIES DEDICATED TO NATIVE CINEMA LAUNCHES IN HOLLYWOOD

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(Thunderheart courtesy photo Sony Pictures) LOS ANGELES (March 3, 2020) – Never before in the history of Hollywood, the entertainment industry has there been a ‘Monthly Film Series‘ dedicated to Native Cinema – On the Silver Screen. Filmmakers have been making movies since the late 1800’s, the first theatre opened in 1896. Red Nation Celebration Institute […]

ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS & SCIENCES MEMBER JOANELLE ROMERO IMPROVING NATIVE REPRESENTATION IN ENTERTAINMENT

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  Opportunities foster Good business Globally for Indigenous Creatives    LOS ANGELES (March 2, 2020) – Romero has been curating Native films for over 40 years and her companies have been employing Native talent in front of and behind the camera for decades.   “Our fundamental foundation is uniting our creatives within our community to bring together a greater force to the […]

24TH RED NATION INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2019 PROGRAM LINEUP

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Linda Tenequer Red Nation Celebration Institute E: rncimedia@gmail.com 24TH RED NATION INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2019 PROGRAM LINEUP WE ARE THE NEW HOLLYWOOD, NATIVES IN CHARGE OF THEIR NARRATIVE WITH 58 FILMS, 23 DIRECTED BY WOMEN, 10 US PREMIERES, 22 LOS ANGELES PREMIERES, 21 WORLD PREMIERES, 5 FESTIVAL PREMIERES, […]

Joanelle Romero on LA Hashtags Herself

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Welcome to the fifth installment of Los Angeles Hashtags Herself. As you know, this spring series highlights the work that remarkable Los Angelenas do in support of social justice and community-making. For the latter half of the season, we are looking at how art, public activism, and the digital age converge. In this week’s guest, […]

Raising awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women in the US

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On this edition of Your Call, Red Nation Film Festival founder Joanelle Romero and other guests discuss the problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women and the fight to raise awareness about this crisis. Read the article or listen to the story here: http://www.kalw.org/post/raising-awareness-about-missing-and-murdered-indigenous-women-us#stream/0

Native Women in Film on Hollywood Spotlight

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The strength and determination of Indigenous women is incredible. On this episode of Hollywood Spotlight we are spotlighting Native Women in Film and Television and their upcoming Film Festival. We will also be discussing #WhyWeWearRED – A National Global Campaign initiative that aims to bring awareness to murdered and missing Indigenous women, fighting sexual harassment and assault, […]

Native Women In Film Featured on NHMC’s Hollywood Spotlight

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The strength and determination of Indigenous women is incredible. On this episode of Hollywood Spotlight we are spotlighting Native Women in Film and Television and their upcoming Film Festival. We will also be discussing #WhyWeWearRED – A National Global Campaign initiative that aims to bring awareness to murdered and missing Indigenous women, fighting sexual harassment and assault, […]

Red Nation Film Festival Official Competition Winners Announced

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2017                                                                   Documentaries & Women lead the 14th Red Nation Film Festival with Spotlight screening of Wind River […]

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