|Red Nation Film Festival||Film|
The Red Nation Film Festival, "The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema," established 2003 offers film screenings; an Awards Show with Red Nation Film Award Statuettes, the most recognized American Indian trophy in the world; a Night of Tribute Ceremony including Red is Green Carpet Gala's Native fashion with social action truly highlights the commitment of the festival's mission with independent films, international films, exclusive screenings with major studio executives, film companies, providing the entertainment industries with direct access to federally recognized tribes, urban native communities, native talent, including the support of Hollywood's biggest names in the entertainment industry as well as dignitaries.
Red Nation Celebration is the parent organization of Red Nation Film Festival and is the founding nonprofit of the American Indian Heritage Month (AIHM) in the City/County of Los Angeles every November. The seven-day film festival held during AIHM celebrates American Indian & indigenous cinema by supporting emerging and established filmmakers, entertainers, performing artists, and cultural events.
Festival has a children/youth component.
|Festival Website: http://www.rednationff.com/|
|Occurs in: November|
|Festival Location: Los Angeles|
|Red Nation Celebration|
|Nadine Aragon - Executive Asstistant|
|9420 Reseda Blvd., Northridge, CA 91324|