RNCI Press Conferences

Launched 2018

Overview

The Red Nation Celebration Institute Annual Press Conference

RNCI Red Nation Awards ‘nominations press conference’ is presented each year presiding the Red Nation International Film Festival

RNCI Red Nation Awards is held annually in November, celebrating American Indian Heritage Month

Hollywood has Oscar, Broadway has Tony, Television has the Emmy, and Indian Country has the Red Nation Film Award of Excellence”

“Hollywood & Indian Country’s Biggest Night for American Indian & Indigenous Voices” Cementing Native image at the forefront of the industry, highlighting the very best American Indian & Indigenous contributions in film, television, comedy, music and the arts.

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RNCI Nomination Announcement Awards Show
2022

2021 Press Conference RNCI Red Nation Honor Awards & Film Nominations / Los Angeles

2018 Press Conference RNCI Red Nation Honor Awards & Film Nominations / Los Angeles

2019 Press Conference RNCI Red Nation Honor Awards & Film Nominations / Los Angeles

2018 Press Conference / Santa Fe / New Mexico

Native Women in Film and Television In All Media

Native Women in Film & Television In All Media #WhyWeaWearRED Call to Action

From left to right: Joanelle Romero founder Red Nation Celebration Institute AMPAS, Signe Lindell Santa Fe City Councilor at City of Santa Fe, Madam Secretary Deb Haaland

2019 Press Conference / Santa Fe / New Mexico

Press Conference

30th Anniversary of Powwow Highway cast reunites for 24th RNCI Press Conference at La Fonda on the Plaza

From left to right: Joanelle Romero founder Red Nation Celebration Institute AMPAS, Todd Christensen Location Manager LMCI AMPAS, Mayor Alan Webber

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