The annual Red Nation Conversation Series with accomplished American Indian & Indigenous Filmmakers and Industry Professionals.  (first Red Nation Conversation Series, held in 1995 in Santa Fe NM. 

The annual Actors UpClose and Personal features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of acting. 

Photo @NdnCinema Benioto  Del Toro and Saginaw Grant 

 

The annual Directors Lens features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of directing. ‘Yellow Rock’ 

Photo @NdnCinema Nick Vallelonga, Daniel Veluzat, Steve Doucette, Lenore Andriel, Eddie Spears, Michael Spears, Zahn McClarnon (In partnership with The Museum of Tolerance, held at The Museum of Tolerance 2019)

 

The annual Producers Roundtable features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of producing. “Wind River’ and ‘One Season’

Photo @NdnCinema actor A Bone Martinez, Producer Matthew George, actor/director/producer Joanelle Romero, director/producer Jenna Cavelle, and wellness facilitator Lisa Hope Heth.

 

The annual Screenwriters Circle features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of screenwriting. In partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal 

Photo @NdnCinema William Jehu Garroutte, James Tumminia, Grace Moss, Christine La Monte (In partnership with USC Bedrosian Center School of Public Policy, held at USC 2019)

 

The annual Casting Call  features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of casting. “Where Are We (Native Americans) in Film, Television and Radio

Photo @NdnCinema April Webster (Casting Director), Jay Tavare, Russell Means, Mike Smith (In partnership with SAG/AFTRA held at Screen Actors Guild-first panel with Native Talent @ SAG 2000)

 

The annual Native Women in FILM & Television Profile  features intimate, exclusive conversations on the inclusion of Native Women. “Native Women in Film & Television

Photo @NdnCinema Rick Mora, Joanelle Romero, 

(In partnership with SAG/AFTRA, held at Screen Actors Guild-first panel with Native Women in FILM & Television Talent @ SAG 2012)

 

The annual Native Animation Series  features intimate, exclusive conversations on the art of animation. 

Photo @NdnCinema 

(In partnership with CBS Television Center, held at CBS Television Center 2019) 

 

Other Red Nation Conversation Series 

A conversation on American Indian Identity, Federal and Tribal laws of American Indian Identity, Disenrollment, Blacklisting, and how to be an ally to Native and Indigenous communities.

Moderator: David Treuer (Professor at USC Dornsife, Novelist, Translator, Writer)
Gabe Galanda (Attorney)
Pearl Means (Film Producer)
Joanelle Romero (Red Nation Celebration Institute)

Photo @NdnCinema (In partnership with USC Bedrosian Center School of Public Policy, held at USC 2018)

 

A conversation on “The Power of Inclusion: Native Women, Two-Spirit, Race in Media.”

The Power of Inclusion: Native Women, Two-Spirit, Race in Media
Moderator: Chris Finley (Professor at USC Dornsife)
Richard Aviles (USC Price, USC Social Work)
Joanelle Romero (Red Nation Celebration Institute)
Christopher Racster (Executive Director, Outfest)

Photo @NdnCinema (In partnership with USC Bedrosian Center School of Public Policy, held at USC 2018)

 

 

 

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