Volunteers are the foundation of the Red Nation International Film Festival. With over 100+ screenings, Awards Show, Native Film Market, Conversation Series, Red is Green Carpets Galas, VIP Parties, Forums, Masterclasses and so much more. 2022 Festival runs for 30 days in Los Angeles, the Festival would not be able to function without the vital roles that Festival Volunteers hold. Not only do Volunteers work behind the scenes, they are also at the forefront of the Festival, ensuring that our filmmakers and guests have a truly enjoyable Film Festival experience. Whether it’s working in theater operations, answering ticketing questions or setting up a Q&A panel discussion, Volunteers help bring to life a world-class cinematic event. Volunteers must sign up for a minimum of 20 hours during the Festival and need to attend one mandatory training session. For up-to-the-minute reports on all things Festival-related, including Volunteer registration.

Application period for the 2022 Red Nation International Film Festival is NOW OPEN.


Interns assist with the preparations leading up to the Festival, ideally working with a department that best matches their career objectives. For more information on ‘Internships’ and have any questions about year-round internship opportunities with Red Nation Celebration Institute, please email: rednation@rednation.com.

VOLUNTEERS OUR BIGGEST GIFTS!!! >>>—> Volunteer Sign Up Today! >>>—>

CONTACT US Email: Jackie  >—>>>  rednation@rednation.com

* Production Meetings start February 1st, 2022

3 spots for *Program Managers* 4 intern spots for *Volunteer Opportunities*


If you are committed, reliable and would like to help, please send an email to rednation@rednation.com > and tell us about yourself and your experience.

Native Youth Matter Mentorship Program Read the letters below from RNCI Youth Ambassadors.






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