WOMEN DECOLONIZING THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY
Held During the Week Leading Up to The Academy Awards®
MARCH 1 – 5. 2023
Who Tells The Story Matters
Creating Systemic Change through the Arts and Media
Native Women in Film & Television in All Media – Film Festival. The first and largest representation of Native and Indigenous Women Filmmakers. NWIFTV is a program of Red Nation Celebration Institute. NWIFTV serves under its fiscal partner Red Nation Celebration Institute The Creative Enterprise by Natives delivering to all people the stories that shape our world. RNCI the pioneer longest standing Native Women-Led Indigenous Media, Arts & Cultural nonprofit in the City of Los Angeles, Empowering Native and Indigenous Storytellers.
- 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
40 Films Directed by Women
Women Decolonizing the Entertainment Industry
Tickets on Sale March 19th
27 Films Directed by Women
‘The Jingle Dress Project’ recipient of ‘The Courage Award’ at 26th Red Nation International Film Festival 2021.
#WhoTellsTheStoryMatters Sacheen Littlefeather rejected an Oscar on behalf of Best Actor winner Marlon Brando at the 1973 Academy Awards. 48 years later people are still talking about it. There’s still so much more about Littlefeather’s story that deserves to be told, through the lens of Red Nation Celebration Institute.
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