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Director Nathaniel Fuentes NEW: ART is Culture, CULTURE is Art “One man changes the way a small ranch town fits into the world, by developing a ‘New’ way art is experienced through color and fashion”.

Director Kylik Kisoun Taylor Okpik: Little Village in the Arctic Using local materials and traditional knowledge Inuit/Gwich’in Hunter, Kylik Kisoun will re-establish and re-imagine the lost practice of building an Inuvialuit sod-house with the intention of creating housing security in his traditional territory of the Beaufort Delta. Kylik builds his future at his off-grid camp and creates an opportunity for language and cultural revitalization.

Director James Anaquad Kleinart Native Horse Native Horse from the Documentary Series Mustangs & Renegades features: Raoul Trujillo, Adam Joaquin Gonzalez, Robert Mirabal, and American Indian Elders: Saginaw Grant, Dr. Scott N. Momaday, Michael Horse and Tokala Black Elk. Filmed on some of the most beautiful locations in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and Wyoming the film takes viewers on a majestic tour of Native Horse Culture and Wisdom in the stunning American West! 

Joanelle Romero


Joanelle Romero CEO, Founder, President Red Nation International Film Festival, RNCI Red Nation Awards, Red Nation Television Network Native Indigenous Media Streaming Company (predating Netflix and all other streaming services), Native Women in Film & Television in All Media, RNCI Crew, California Native Indigenous Film Commission, New Mexico Native Indigenous Film Commission, American Indian Heritage Month in the City of Los Angeles, Native Studies Center, Native Indigenous Student Academy for Cinematic Arts and Native Youth Matter – If I Can See It I Can Be It.

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