Presented by Red Nation International Film Festival
A Program of Red Nation Celebration Institute
At the height of #MeToo actor/director/founder/humanitarian Joanelle Romero (AMPAS) of Native Women in FILM coined and founded #WhyWeWearRED with a media coalition to address a Global Call to Action initiative that aims to bring awareness to Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls and the lack of inclusion of Native Women in Film & Television. This February, 10th annual Native Women in FILM Festival will be held during Oscars week with Films Directed by Women and Conversation Series to address “7,000 Indigenous Women and Girls Missing in Life, Media and Reporting: The willful neglect of a 21st Century Hemispheric Femicide”
Red Nation Celebration Institute a pioneer corporation, is the longest standing Native Arts & Culture nonprofit organization in the City of Los Angeles.
Red Nation Celebration Institute, a 501(c)(3) whose mission 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, RNCI’s #WhyWeWearRED reached national attention for Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & the lack of inclusion of Native Women in FILM and Television with support from Taylor Sheridan (Wind River), Congresswoman Debra Haaland, USC Price School of Public Policy and USC Price Bedrosian Center for #WhyWeWearRED Media Coalition. 2019 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITES For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Linda Tenequer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 818.665.5753.