On the Road

The “On The Road” event by Red Nation Celebration Institute is a vibrant cultural and artistic showcase that celebrates the diversity and history of Native American communities in Los Angeles. This unique event will feature a diverse array of Native American artists, filmmakers, musicians, and dancers, showcasing their talents and sharing their stories. Through live performances, film screenings, and interactive exhibits, attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Native American history, culture, and contemporary issues. With a focus on community, creativity, and inclusion, “On the Road” is sure to be an unforgettable experience for all those who attend.

Native Women in Film and Television in All Media

Native Women in Film and Television in All Media” is a program created by the Red Nation Celebration Institute to support and promote Native American women in the film and television industry. This program provides a platform for female Native American filmmakers, writers, producers, and actors to showcase their work and increase their visibility. Through this program, Native American women gain access to opportunities and resources to help them advance their careers. The goal of this program is to increase representation, diversity, and inclusivity within the entertainment industry. The Red Nation Celebration Institute recognizes the importance of giving voice and visibility to underrepresented groups and is committed to supporting Native American women in film and television.

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Native Indigenous Student Academy For Cinematic Arts

The Native Indigenous Student Academy for Cinematic Arts is a program organized by the Red Nation Celebration Institute to encourage and celebrate filmmaking creativity in indigenous communities. The program provides a unique opportunity for young and aspiring filmmakers to learn and hone their skills in cinematic arts, with a focus on indigenous storytelling and perspectives. It offers a series of workshops, seminars, and hands-on training sessions to help participants gain exposure to the latest techniques and methods used in modern filmmaking. The students not only learn technical skills but also focus on the cultural nuances, storytelling elements, and traditions relating to indigenous filmmaking. At the end of the program, the participants showcase their work, and some of them even get the opportunity to work on professional film productions. Through this academy, Red Nation Celebration Institute is working to empower indigenous voices in filmmaking and create opportunities for them to share their stories with the world.


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