Wednesday, February 5 &
Thursday, February 6
Decolonizing The Screen /
Films Directed and Produced by Women
Click upon event for tickets.
IN FOCUS Conversation Series / Panelists to be announced.
All proceeds benefit #WhyWeWearRED “–Native Women in Film
” Presented by Red Nation International Film Festival
A Program of Red Nation Celebration Institute
At the height of #MeToo actor/director/founder/humanitarian Joanelle Romero (AMPAS) of Native Women in FILM coined and founded #WhyWeWearRED with a media coalition to address a Global Call to Action initiative that aims to bring awareness to Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls and the lack of inclusion of Native Women in Film & Television. This February, 10th annual Native Women in FILM Festival will be held during Oscars week with Films Directed by Women and Conversation Series to address “7,000 Indigenous Women and Girls Missing in Life, Media and Reporting: The willful neglect of a 21st Century Hemispheric Femicide”
Red Nation Celebration Institute is a pioneer corporation; the longest standing Native Arts & Culture nonprofit organization in the City of Los Angeles.