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Native American Film

Wind River- Review

Wind River A film by Taylor Sheridan, Wind River brings attention to the dangerous lives of Native American woman, and life on a reservation. With Jeremey Renner and Elizabeth Olsen, this movie never had a dull moment. Not once did I wonder how much time it had left, or even steer away in my mind to think about something else. However, some very violent parts of the film were extemely hard to watch. The story was powerful and on multiple occasions I found myself moved to tears.  O...

Pawnee Nation College Native Film+Media Festival

Pawnee Nation College in Pawnee, Oklahoma, will be hosting its first annual Native Film+Media Festival, October 24-27, 2012.  Filmmakers are encouraged to submit films and videos in all genres that are by and/or about Native American life and culture.  Deadline for submissions is September 21, 2012.

Call for Entries

The Festival of Native American Film celebrates the creative energy of Native American directors, producers, writers, actors, musicians, cultural activists, and all the others who support their endeavors. We accept features and shorts, narratives, documentaries, animation, video art, experimental film and new media. There are also programs for children's films and youth produced work. Films/videos must have been completed within 18 months of festival dates (after March 1, 2011). The closin...

Festival of Native American Film

The Festival of Native American Film ( offers a high profile, prestigious and non-competitive environment perfect for celebrating the best in independent Indigenous films. We accept short and feature length films and videos in the following categories: narrative, documentary, experimental, animation, children’s films and youth produced.

Tumbleweed Film Festival

Join the festival that's truly off the beaten path and offers breathtaking wild-west scenery. Audience members sip wines while watching films in wineries or under the stars in Washington state's wine country and in Canada's British Columbia. Filmmakers enjoy multiple screening opportunities, cash prizes, reviews of every film submitted, unnique media prospects and the chance to meet other filmmakers and unwind in a ruggedly beautiful part of the world.

All Roads Seed Grantees among Media Arts Fellowship Recipients...

All Roads seed grantees Larry Blackhorse Lowe and Heather Rae are among 22 filmmakers and media artists selected as 2007 Media Arts Fellows by Renew Media.  Funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, over $750,000 was collectively awarded to this year's Fellowship recipients recognizing the artistic excellence of film, video and new-media artists in the United States.  Artists selected for this honor represent a penchant for creative risk-taking; pushing the boundaries of genre, form, technique...

Latest All Roads Seed Grantees Announced!

BETWEEN THE DEEP BLUE SEA AND MENative Hawaiian, USAFeature NarrativeDirector: Lurline Wailana McGregorA young woman's conflict between the contradictory worlds of her Native Hawaiian father's ancestors, and the Western culture in which she has been raised.ANCIENT LIGHT: IN SEARCH OF ANCESTRAL WISDOMNative Hawaiian, USALong DocumentaryDirector: Elizabeth Kapu'uwailani LindseyPius "Mau" Piailug, arguably the greatest non-instrument navigator in the world, is dying, and now, ...

The All Roads Film Project at Sundance!

The All Roads Film Project is making an impact at the Sundance film festival. On Sunday, January 21, All Roads partnered with LMU's School of Film and Television to celebrate a few of the project's "Distinguished Alumni." Held at The Spur Bar & Grill, the event featured the screening of Sterlin Harjo's "Four Sheets to the Wind." The film, which was produced in part by a grant from the All Roads Film Project tells the story of how a young Native American's previously uneventful life is tur...


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