The Conversation Series: Red Nation Indigenous Filmmakers Lounge Fellows Program

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Wed. 11/11 12:00 Nolan: Here Nor There (Feature Film) Screenwriter/Producer: Dustan Hlady “Nolan: Here Nor There is the coming-of-age tale of Nolan; a young man growing up on a reserve in the throes of a suicide epidemic. His mother, fearing for his life, sends him to live with family in Ft. Qu’Appelle. While in Ft. Qu’Appelle Nolan […]

The American Indian Holocaust Memorial

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RNCI in 2006 established The Sacred Life of Water Ceremony along the Los Angeles River and in 2007 at Playa del Rey Ballona Wetlands. In 2007, Robert Dorame, a descendant of the Gabrelino/Tongva tribe, after hearing that RNCI founder Joanelle Romero was have ceremony at Playa del Rey Ballona Wetlands asked for her help in facilitating […]

Red Nation Celebration Institute Nominations Press Conference including Red Nation Honors

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“Hollywood & Indian Country’s Biggest Night for American Indian & Indigenous Voices” Cementing the Native image at the forefront of the industry, highlighting the very best American Indian & Indigenous contributions in film, television, comedy, music and the arts.   RNCI Red Nation Awards will be held on November 15th   

RNCI American Indian Heritage Month in the City of Los Angeles

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RNCI Board of Directors https://rednationff.com/board-of-directors/ The American Indian Holocaust Memorial was established by RNCI in Los Angeles 2007. The ceremony was held at The Los Angeles State Park in association with the City of Los Angeles reopening of Park. In 2015 RNCI established The American Indian Holocaust Memorial in Washington D.C. in front of the […]

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