Contact: Linda Tenequer (Muscogee Creek Nation), Marketing & Communications Director 818.665.5753, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Nation Celebration Institute (“RNCI”) will be producing a powerhouse panel discussions on issues important to New Mexico and national communities: #MeToo, #WhyWeWearRed, and the urgent crisis surrounding missing and murdered Indigenous Women
RNCI is also bringing major Hollywood releases to town, as well as showcasing “New Mexico True” films featuring the work of the New Mexico film community. The festival will be held during Indian Market week beginning on August 14, 2018, running through August 19th. The majority of the films speak to major social justice movements sweeping the country, as well as currentcataclysmic changes in the American political landscape.
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Red Nation International Film Festival™ (RNFF) The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema™ is dedicated to breaking the barrier of racism by successfully replacing American Indian stereotype with recognition, new vision, arts, culture and economic prosperity by placing American Indian Filmmakers at the forefront of the entertainment industry and to introduce American Indian Filmmakers to larger, global mainstream audiences whilechampioning Native Women in Film & Television and giving voice and inspiring native youth with our dedicated program Native Youth Matter™ – If I Can See It I Can Be It.™
Red Nation Film Award of Excellence
Red Nation Tribute Award
Every year, Red Nation International Film Festival honors individuals with a “Red Nation Honor Drum™” at Red Nation Awards Show in Los Angeles CA, held and part of American Indian Heritage Month in November.
Each year a “Red Nation Honor Drum” is given to individuals who use their voice and put themselves out there to make a difference. The drum represents the heart beat of all living beings. Each recipient is given this gift in honor and recognition of the hard work they do on behalf of American Indians in media, social justice, the arts, environment, human rights,career accomplishments in the arts, volunteerism, and cultural affairs.
Red Nation Celebration Institute is a federal recognized 501(3)(c)American Indian non-profit organization, since 1995. #95-4015181.
Red Nation Celebration Institute The Longest Standing Native Arts & Cultural Nonprofit Organization in Los Angeles. Est. 1995
Red Nation Celebration Institute and its affiliated companies is not connected with New Mexico Red Nation groups who are using the name without permission of the trademark holder.
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