Land Language Culture Tradition Identity
- 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 Indigenous Film Crew Registry
The RNCI Indigenous Film Crew Registry 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.
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.
John Rakich President of LMGI statement on parternship with RNCI Crew
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
FILM CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Programs & Events Scheduled
Native Training Labs for Location Scouts & Other Departments
Location Scout Intensive for Native Communities Los Angeles & Southwest
FIRST TRIBAL FILM LIAISONS SUMMIT
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center August 18
Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino August 21
California and New Mexico Native Film Commissions
Become a Film Office Director throughout Indian Country
NEW MEXICO’S 19 PUEBLOS
There are 19 Pueblo tribes in New Mexico. Each pueblo is a sovereign nation.
Today, Pueblo people are located primarily in New Mexico. At one time, the Pueblo homeland reached into what is now Colorado and Arizona, where incredible dwellings and trading centers were established at sites such as Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico and Mesa Verde in southwestern Colorado. Pueblo people have preserved their identity in the face of multiple colonizing nations, and today, as always, value their identity and traditional ways of life. At the same time, Pueblo people live in modern houses, working and living both on and off our reservations.
Pueblo beliefs and actions are still guided by Pueblo Core Values, which include love, respect, compassion, faith, understanding, spirituality, balance, peace, and empathy. Celebrations and ceremonies are continued throughout the year, maintaining the connection to Pueblo communities, ancestors, and to the Earth.