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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

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

Live on Facebook

With Joanelle Romero, Kaluhyanuwes Michelle Schenandoah (Co-Founder/Owner at Indigenous Concepts Consulting & Rematriation) and Steve Newcomb (The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code)

Join us on May 24 on Facebook and Youtube at 3pm (PST)

The Doc Short Series now available to stream exclusively on rednationtv.com May 1 through 31.

Red Nation International Film Festival
Doc Shorts

Join Us this month for next installment of

RNCI’s Monthly Film Series

Spotlighting 9 doc shorts from Red Nation International Film Festival 2019, 2020, 2021

  • Sacheen Breaking the Silence (Winner of Best Doc Short @ RNIFF 2019)
  • Missing You
  • Without A Whisper (Winner of Best Doc Short @ RNIFF 2020)
  • Rematriation Series (Santee Smith, Matkika Wilbur, Patricia Micheals)
  • Yakonnhéhkwen (It Sustains Her)
  • Joe Buffalo (Winner of Best Doc Short @ RNIFF 2021)
  • Yáa at Wooné (Respect for All Things) (Winner of Best Doc Short @ RNIFF 2021)

Rewatch April 1st interview

Rewatch March 2nd interview

Land Recognition

We acknowledge that our work takes place on Unceded and Occupied territories of the 575+ Native Nations. We are inviting you to take a moment to reflect on whose land you are living and working on and if you don’t know, to research and reflect.