NATIVE INDIGENOUS ANIMATION LAB

NATIVE INDIGENOUS ANIMATION LAB, will open for submissions September 1st, 2022. The animation lab is held during the Red Nation International Film Festival (November), it’s a creative lab like no other. The format consists of a combination of commercial television production elements and techniques with professional industry animators.

The Animation Lab is a system of television and film collaborations between producers, writers, educators, and researchers.

This is a creative environment for Native Indigenous writers, filmmakers and artists who have an animated film, script, treatment, comic book, or visual material they want to develop into an animated television series or feature film.

Throughout the 18 years of working with and experiencing the creative talent we have in our Native Indigenous communities, Red Nation Celebration Institute has witnessed the development and growth of our fellows. Each year, brings us ….

A total of 4 writers, filmmakers and artists are accepted and receive professional guidance from Industry professionals in this field of animation. The overall goal is that the participants hone their craft in developing a project for distribution and/or obtain employment in film, television and media.

TAKE NOTE: Please have patience as we are currently updating all Screenwriter Labs pages. 

NATIVE INDIGENOUS ANIMATION LAB, Founded in 2003. 

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