The Red Nation Film Festival in Partnership with Media4Green

Founded in 2003 by Award Winner filmmaker and a member of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences,  Joanelle Romero, Red Nation 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 while championing 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.™

The Festival features the only film competition in the world that offers guaranteed distribution of American Indian & Indigenous Award winning independent films, as well as films that screen at the festival to include a broadcast television release in partnership with Red Nation Television Network™, a global provider of streaming movies and TV series and soon to be announced Festival’s native films televised on a Cable server provider.

The Festival is a showcase for new work by American Indian & Indigenous international independent filmmakers, bringing together decision makers and content creators with the goal of ensuring media representation of American Indian & Indigenous content to the world at large.

MAIN EVENT

When:
March 16th

RED IS GREEN CARPET ARRIVAL
6pm-7pm
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW

FILM SCREENING & PANEL DISCUSSION
7:00pm-9:00pm

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Panel speakers coming soon!

What will be discussed:

  • The backstory on Standing Rock and why it matters.
  • Protecting the environment, especially water, while meeting today’s energy demands.
  • Indigenous peoples as water protectors and the first environmentalists – what lessons we can learn from them.
  • Native American history, tribal sovereignty and social justice.
  • The power of film and the media as a medium for education and inspiring action.
  • The power of protest as a contemporary form of non-violent resistance.

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