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RNCI monthly film series

RNCI Monthly Film Series dedicated to Native Indigenous Cinema on the Silver Screen

Never before in the history of the entertainment industry has there been a monthly film series dedicated to Native Cinema.

Red Nation Celebration Institute spotlights important stories from a Native perspective each month!

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1st of the month, March till September

One Film
One Conversation
One Month

Following each film will be a Red Nation Conversation Series with filmmakers and actors.

*In person screenings will resume in 2023

Abducted

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RNCI’s Monthly Film Series

Abducted

1h 41m
Suspense, Thriller, Drama | Canada

At the heart of our story is 17-year-old Derrick, a young man whose character arc begins with a boy who is fully dependent on his grandmother and his sister. Derrick’s sister, Lakota, is living an at-risk lifestyle dealing drugs for an all-woman gang. When she suddenly disappears, Derrick sets out to find her. Along the way, he faces racism, police brutality and his own lack of confidence. With guidance from his spirit animal, he is able to continue his journey with renewed strength and resolve, eventually facing his sister’s abductor in a thrilling fight to the death.

Director (s) Daniel Foreman

Cast Joel Oulette, Chris Pereira, Roni House Gauthier, Olivia Kate Iatridis

Writer Daniel Foreman

Producer Sharlene Millang

RNCI Conversation Series hosted by Joanelle Romero (Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences-Short-listed for an Academy Award)

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With Abducted Director Daniel Foreman and Producer Sharlene Millang-Borst, including cast.

Join us on June 6th on Facebook and Youtube at 3pm (PST)

Monthly Doc Shorts

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Monthly Film Series: April

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