Media Symposium

Presented by Red Nation Celebration Institute and USC School of Cinematic Arts Media Institute for Social Change 

Red Nation Celebration Institute will make a ground breaking announcement in regards to Native Media and its Future A Globe Event! November 17th held during 14th Red Nation Film Festival.

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Ending the Media Blackout of Native Americans

Time: 7:00pm
Date: November 17, 2017
Location: USC School of Cinematic Arts | George Lucas Building Theatre #108 | 900 W 34th Street | LA CA 90007

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Event synopsis: Join the University of Southern California’s Media Institute for Social Change and Red Nation Celebration Institute for an evening with entertainment industry professionals as they discuss inclusion for the Native American community in film and media.

Screening of Joanelle Romero’s “American Holocaust: When Its All Over I’ll Still Be Indian” This Award-winning film is the only native film and native filmmaker in the 90 year history of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences to be shortlisted for an Oscar in the Document branch in 2000. Joanelle Romero is a proud member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.


Joanelle Romero (Award-winning director/producer, member Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, CEO/founder Red Nation Television Network)

A Martinez (actor writer A Bone Martinez, known for Longmire (2012) Santa Barbara (1984) Pow Wow Highway (1989) and serves on Red Nation Film Festival Board of Directors)

Arthur Redcloud (actor of The Revenant 2016)

Atossa Soltani (Amazon Watch/The Christensen Fund)

Barry Gordan (CEO, XLrator Media | Distribution)

Jenna Cavelle (Award-winning director/producer, graduate of USC School of Cinematic Arts)

Valerie Bischoff (writer/director, Rebel Music: Native America for MTV., graduated with Honors from Columbia University’s Graduate Film School)

John Matthews (producer, Master’s degree in Communication Management and an MFA in Film Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts)


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