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Native Indigenous Student Academy for Cinematic Arts


November 21, 2023

Hollywood has Oscar, Broadway has Tony, Television has the Emmy, and Indian Country has the Red Nation Film Award of Excellence™

Hollywood & Indian Country’s Biggest Night for American Indian & Indigenous Storytellers
Cementing Native Indigenous at the forefront of the Entertainment Industry

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28th Red Nation International Film Festival
Courtesy of RNIFF


  • 80 films
  • 40 women screenwriters
  • 45 directed by women

28th RNIFF November 1-30.

Over the course of the last six years, we have wholeheartedly championed the screening of an impressive 162 films directed by women.

Courtesy of Emmy Magazine


Before Netflix started its streaming service in 2007, before Hulu launched in 2008, Red Nation Television Network beat them to it.

In 2006, Red Nation Television Network — the brainchild of Native actress-director-producer Joanelle Romero, CEO-founder-owner-president of Red Nation Celebration Institute — kicked off the world’s first Native Indigenous streaming entertainment media company and streaming service.

Edward James Olmos
Courtesy of Red Nation Media


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, November 10th, 2023 – Edward James Olmos will receive the RNCI Life Achievement Award at the upcoming 2023 RNCI Red Nation Awards ceremony.

Olmos is the 5th recipient of the Red Nation Celebration Institute’s highest honor that has previously been bestowed on the likes of Wes Studi, Graham Greene, John Trudell, Russell Means.

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