Red Nation Film Festival (RNFF) is “Celebrating A Decade” with 7 days of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema, to be presented November 7 – 13, 2013. In Los Angeles movie lovers will experience authentic storytelling at its best directly from native filmmakers. The Festival is the Home to the Native Documentary Voice, presenting personal stories of truth and skillful artistry; the documentary films we screen connect us and bridge the cultural gap. The feature films we screen continue to prove that American Indian Image is bankable and marketable, and most importantly engage us in the stories of contemporary American Indian lives.
RNFF opens Thursday, November 7, 2013 and concludes with an Awards Show, highlighting live performances from ‘“Native Women in Music” on November 13, 2013. The Festival engages Native community members, Native filmmakers, artists, studio executives, producers, movie lovers and the general public an uncomparable opportunity to experience American Indian Storytelling and inspire dialogue with new audiences. RNFF is good business where partnerships are developed and nurtured. Everyone goes home with new found enthusiasm to continue making and producing movies from a native perspective.
RNFF thanks you now and in the future for your continued partnership. RNFF is produced and owned by American Indian Filmmakers. Come join us and celebrate our 10 year anniversary – native storytelling from the Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Filmmakers.
For Full Sponsorship package please
Red Nation Development Department
Attn: Edna McCarthy
RNFF welcomes donations to support “Red Nation Filmlab Conversation Series & Native Women In Music Concert Series”