Provides film and television productions access to thousands of below-the-line
crew members from native and Indigenous backgrounds.
A RNCI Crew community founded by Joanelle Romero in 2015. The World’s First Crew Directory.
Where Community Meets Culture Think Globally
RNCI NATIVE AND INDIGENOUS CREW WORLDWIDE
Creating Systemic Change through Film & Television
The program is led by Red Nation Celebration Institute with Global partners, it’s a pathway that focuses on entry-level, below-the-line opportunities for Native and Indigenous talent.
RNCI Indigenous Film Crew Directory
The RNCI Indigenous Film Crew Directory provides qualified Native and Indigenous candidates for behind the camera, below the line positions to help studios and producers who want to have more diverse and inclusive film crews for their productions. A cohesive strategic comprehensive database for the entertainment industry.
We connect underrepresented Native and Indigenous crew members to hiring managers who practice inclusive outreach.
Jobs & Training
- WORK IN FILM
- TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
- CREW TRAINING PROGRAMS
- FILM CREW ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM
- PRE-EMPLOYMENT TRAINING PROGRAM
- INDUSTRY FAQS
There are two easy methods for you to join our vibrant RNCI Crew Community outlined below:
FILM CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Programs & Events Scheduled 2023
Economic Development On Native Lands™ Summit
Native Training Labs for Location Scouts & Other Departments
Location Scout Intensive for Native Communities California & New Mexico
FIRST TRIBAL FILM LIAISONS SUMMIT
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center August, 2021 and 2022
Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino August, 2021 and 2022
IN THE NEWS
John Rakich President of LMGI statement on parternship with RNCI Crew at RNCI Red Nation Awards
Red Nation Celebration Institute receives the LMGI ‘Trailblazer Award’ 2022
- Watch LMGI President John Rakich give Land Acknowledgement and Zion White sing an honor song
- Hear what LMGI VP Alison Taylor and Edward James Olmos have to say about RNCI
RNCI CONVERSATION SERIES
RNCI Crew Proudly presents the first Conversation Series with our Global Partners Location Managers Guild International.
RNCI Crew Global Film & Television Location Scouting, Management, Career Development.
RED NATION CELEBRATION INSTITUTE
RNCI FILM INDUSTRY INITIATIVE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON NATIVE LANDS™
Contact Liz Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Representing over 570+ Native Nations, amplifying more than 5000+ Native and Indigenous content creators through its streaming company Red Nation Television Network, supporting 2700+ Native Indigenous filmmakers through its Red Nation International Film Festival in front of and behind the camera.
In 2015, RNCI partnered with American Film Market and established at that time the first Native and Indigeous Film Commissions in the State of New Mexico and California, Native Film Market and RNCI Crew serving below and above the line talent.
In 2020, RNCI partnered with Location Managers Guild International.
In 2021, RNCI partnered with Crewie.
In 2022, RNCI partnered with Albuquerque Film Office, Santa Fe Film Commission and Office, Santa Fe Tourism Dept.