The Creative Enterprise by Natives delivering to all people the stories that shape our world is the longest-running Native Women-Led Indigenous Media Arts and Cultural non-profit enterprise in the history of the entertainment industry.

Natives in Charge of Their Narrative

RNCI Language, Cultural & Film Initiative

Today we find that most American Indian films made before 1950 are lost forever and during the silent era native films made need to be restored and preserved.

RNCI Language, Cultural & Film Initiative supports “hands-on” preservation and restoration to ensure that these films – these works of art, historical records, and essential representations of our native culture – will survive for future generations.

Red Nation Celebration Institute is actively restoring Native Cinema through its RNCI Language, Cultural & Film Initiative. A full list of American Indian & Indigenous Indie films that are currently being restored, to be listed 2023!

These restorations are funded through grants and donations.

You can support and preserve American Indian Films!

All donation receipts are sent via email, and can be sent by fax or post if requested.

All donations are in US funds.

RNCI Language, Cultural & Film Initiative is a program of Red Nation Celebration a 501(c)(3) federally recognized American Indian Arts & Cultural non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for the donation.

It’s easy to make a donation, Donations by check are payable to Red Nation Celebration Institute at:

6250 Canoga Avenue Ste 556
Woodland Hills, California 91367

All contributions are tax deductible

Red Nation Celebration Institute is a Federally Recognized 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. EIN 95-4015181.

All contributions are tax deductible. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for the contribution.


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