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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.

“It’s our great pleasure to be partnering with RNCI. The Native Americans have been long overlooked and Crewvie is here to help the people of Red Nation be seen, found and hired! No more excuses. We are an ALL inclusive world wide productivity tool for the entertainment community which gives user accountability in their hiring practices. We look forward to growing our relationship and making a real impact for this community.”

– Marcei Brown and Jeanette Volturno, Co-Founders of Crewvie

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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

Angelique Midthunder Casting Director

Henry Kingi Stunts

Miguel Rivera ADR Supervisor

Carmen Thompson Costume Designer

Lisa Hageman Yahgulanaas Set Decorator

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 

RNCI Crew | Press Conference | Indian Market Week-end | August 2022

Current Programs

Native Training Labs for Location Scouts & Other Departments

Location Scout Intensive for Native Communities Los Angeles & Southwest

Past Events

Red Nation International Film Festival ‘On the Road” Santa Fe Events, 2021

FIRST TRIBAL FILM LIAISONS SUMMIT

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center August 18

Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino August 21

Past Program

Masterclass Film & Television Location Scouting and Management Career Development November 5, 2020

California Native Film Commission
New Mexico Native Film Commission

California and New Mexico Native Film Commissions

Become a Film Office Director throughout Indian Country

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NEW MEXICO’S 19 PUEBLOS

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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.

Proud Partners

Red Nation TV
Crewvie
Southern Kentucky Film Commission
Local 480
Indian Pueblo Marketing INC.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino

CONTACT

RNCI Indigenous Film Crew Registry Director Kristin Dewey ifcregistry@rednation.com

RNCI Film Careers Program filmcareers@rednation.com

California Native Film Commission info@rednation.com

New Mexico Native Film Commission rednation@rednation.com

Land Recognition

We acknowledge that our work takes place on Unceded and Occupied territories of the 575+ Native Nations. We are inviting you to take a moment to reflect on whose land you are living and working on and if you don’t know, to research and reflect.

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