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.
We are the longest standing Native women-led, Indigenous media, arts and cultural nonprofit enterprise in the City of Los Angeles, since 1995 serving Indian Country and the entertainment industry. RNCI mission replaces racist, erasive American Indian stereotypes with recognition, new vision, arts, culture and economic prosperity by placing American Indian & Indigenous Filmmakers at the forefront of the entertainment industry while amplifying cinematic excellence with an emphasis on initiatives for Native women, girls, and youth.
Creating systemic change through the arts and media. Storytelling is what we do. We have increased the visibility of American Indian & Indigenous filmmakers and communities through our ground-breaking year round programs, initiatives, events in creating content with the revitalized vision of our own narrative as contemporary people. We work in a variety of media platforms and educational institutions, in conjunction with partners from around the world.
RNCI’s legacy is rich with cultural excellence. Our leadership actively implements a vision for the future of cinema: one in which American Indian perspectives are authentically pictured, recognized, and valued in a way that promotes strong Native identities, economic outcomes, equity, and wellness for our communities. We deliver increased representation of Native peoples in popular culture, both in front and behind the camera with our Film Festivals, RNCI Crew, a Native Studies Center at USC and Red Nation Television Network the first media streaming company, predating Netflix and others.
Hey I do miss your pictures . . . where did they go? I will keep looking . . .
My name is Anthony Bullard and I’m a citizen of the Lumbee Nation of North Carolina with a Bachelors in American Indian Studies. I am a moving artist, performing in the Global Water Dance on June 25th. Im also a choreographer & in the process of setting up my own website. PLEASE add me to your email list so i can receive updates about RED NATION & any opportunities that might be present in the near future. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and feeback.
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I am interested in getting Chase(Manhattan) Monchamp in your line up. He is the 2010 Native American Music award winner for Best Hip Hop/ Rap recording. His song The Orginal 2 Step won the 2011 North American Indigeous Image award for Best Recording. He was headlined at the 2011 Gathering of Nations . Chase is based out of Farmington NM and Minneapolis MN. He attend school at IAIA before he began focusing on his music career. Please let me know if it still possible to get him into the line up.
Linda Childers 651 331-9137
Chase Monchamp 651 592-4273
Hello, I am trying to reach Joanelle Romero. Her name was given to me by Doreen Two Bulls at Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. I am a writer with a project that might interest Joanelle. I would love to chat with you about the potential of a collaboration/partnership, etc. 617-504-2660 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much.
What is the “THEME” for the American Indian Heritage Month?
RE: Film Entry Deadline EXTENDED! September 30th, 2011
I am interested in submitting a short documentary. I’ve seen the notice for the NEW EXTENDED deadline, however, on the registration form there is a deadline of Sept. 5th. I’m writing to clarify if I submit the registration form with the Sept. 5th deadline notice or is there another form to fill out? I understand the entry fee is $20.00. I would also like to request an address as to where I send my entry. Thank you for your time.