Welcome to the 29th Season Red Nation International Film Festival

November 1-30. 2024.

The Creative Enterprise by Natives delivering to all people the stories that shape our world is the longest-running Native Women-Led Indigenous Media Arts and Cultural non-profit enterprise in the history of the entertainment industry.

How to Fest

Purchasing Tickets

Festival Tickets can be purchased online on September 1. You can see our full program at beginning September 1st at 10:00am

Box Office

AMC The Grove 14

189 The Grove Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Hours are: TBA

Will Call

Once your ticket is purchased your name will be at Will Call day of screening. Festival Passes will be at Will Call starting Opening Night.

Day of show tickets

Tickets are only available online until 2 hours before show time. After that you will need to go straight to the Box Office day of show Fine Arts Theatre.

Seats cannot be held

You must be present to take a seat. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Remember your coat

All lines are outdoors so please dress accordingly (hat, coat, gloves)! The Festival attracts hundreds of people, so don’t be surprised if the lines are long and extend outside the theater.

Filmmaker Q&As

In an effort to make the Festival a more interactive experience we encourage the filmmakers to attend and conduct a Q&A after the film. This is your opportunity to ask them your questions about the making of the film.

Arrive Early

To start the film on time, we must seat many people in a very short timeframe. Allow plenty of time for your transportation, especially on weekend nights.

Children are (sometimes) welcome

Not all Festival films are intended for “all audiences,” and few have MPAA ratings attached – audience discretion is advised. As a general rule, children are encouraged to attend only designated films.

We Start on time 

Screenings start within five minutes of the scheduled time. However, the Festival cannot be held accountable for late starts.

We take movies seriously

Please silence your wrappers, voices, communication devices and alarms to ensure a quality audience experience.

Volunteer Staff

Most of the venues are staffed by volunteers who can answer many of your questions. They help make the Festival possible by donating their time so please be patient, and don’t forget to thank them for their efforts.

Festival News

Screenings, events, and guest updates are posted and announced regularly at the Box Office, online on Facebook, Instagram, and our website RedNationFF.com

Notice of Filming and Photography

Please be advised that photography, audio, and video recording will take place during the 29th Annual Red Nation International Film Festival. Visitors entering the festival may appear in the videos and pictures. By entering the festival, you grant Red Nation Celebration Institute the right to film or photograph you and record your voice and to use these materials without compensation, and you release Red Nation Celebration Institute and its affiliates from all liability in connection therein. Red Nation Celebration Institute does not assume responsibility for any injury to person(s) or damage or loss to personal property.

RNIFF Logo Transparent

Celebrating 29 Years of the Native Narrative through Artist Development

BOARD MEMBERS & FRIENDS
MATCHING CHALLENGE

Double the Impact

Newsletter

Sign Up Today to receive RNIFF News on Native Cinema

Support the Native Narrative

Creating Systemic Change through Film, Television, New Media and the Arts

Give Today