Joanelle Romero, Red Nation Film Festival & Awards Gala

Ann Little Running Deer shared Joanelle Romero‘s photo.

Red Nation Film Festival® (RNFF) – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema®

Red Nation Home to the Native Documentary Voice™– Native Realities of the 21st Century

Founded in 2003, RNFF firmly establishes the presence of American Indian Cinema & Filmmakers in Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world. As the second largest city in the country and the largest American Indian urban population in America with an unforgettable entertainment experience, this is a forum to recognize excellence in American Indian and Indigenous peoples international cinematic achievement, making Red Nation the largest and most prestigious celebration of American Indian motion picture art form in Los Angeles and Indian Country America.

“Red Nation Film Festival & Awards Gala is dedicated to breaking the barrier of racism by successfully replacing American Indian stereotype with recognition, new vision, arts, culture and economic prosperity by placing American Indian Filmmakers at the forefront of the entertainment industry and to introduce American Indian Filmmakers and Native Talent to larger, global mainstream audiences”, President/Founder Joanelle Romero (Pow Wow Highway, American Holocaust: When Its All Over I’ll Still be Indian).
“Hollywood has Oscar, Broadway has Tony, Television has the Emmy, and now American Indian has the Red Nation Film Award.”
And the winner is …..
The Red Nation Statuette has positioned itself to become the most recognized American Indian trophy in the world. The Red Nation Film Award of Excellence Statuette is created to honor outstanding moviemaking achievements by American Indian filmmakers and thereby encourage excellence in all facets of motion picture production.

EVENTS OVERVIEW

8th Annual Red Nation Film Festival – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema kicks off American Indian Heritage Month with anticipated exclusive features, world premieres, documentaries, star-studded Red is Green carpet events, Awards Gala, Tribute Ceremony, Red Nation FilmLab, experiencing the best of American Indian cinema in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world.

This year’s selection continues to establish new talent and celebrate the diverse cultural expression of USA American Indian, Indigenous Peoples, and Canadian First Nation communities in cinematic new media.

Red Nation Awards Gala is to be broadcast on Red Nation Television Channel (RNTC) on Thanksgiving Day/Week-end. RNTC is the first all native internet television channel EST. 2006.

Honoring Russell Means, to receive the “Oyate Wayanka Po Win Lifetime Achievement Award”. Russell Means and his wife Pearl will be in attendance.

Russell Means an Oglala/Lakota and long time AIM and civil right activist, and Actor. The Washington Post called Means “one of the biggest, baddest, meanest, angriest, most famous American Indian activists of the late twentieth century.” Star of Pocahontas, Last of the Mohicans, Black Cloud, and so many notable films and television appearances.

Michael Jackson to receive Red Nation Humanitarian Award.

Governor Jerry Brown to receive the American Indian Heritage Month Award.

Festival proceeds go toward: Native Youth Matter Ending Youth Suicide on Reservations Red Nation Call to Action: National Awareness Campaign.

For more information on Public screenings, Awards Gala, Cultural Events, full line-up of films, honorees, nominee’s, workshops, panels and details/dates/times/locations visit: www.rednationfilmfestival.com.

Purchase Tickets on-line: http://rednationfilmfestival.com/purchase-tickets/
All programs are open to the general public and will require tickets for admission. Some events are listed as free to public.

Festival Sponsors: CBS Corporation, Disney/ABC, HBO, KCAL 9, NBC Universal, Clear Channel, and many more …. Visit: http://rednationfilmfestival.com/sponsors-1/

Festival Venues:

Simon Wiesenthal Plaza – Peltz Theater
9786 W Pico Boulevard, (southeast corner of Pico Boulevard and Roxbury Drive) Los Angeles, CA 90035

Laemmle Music Hall Theatre
9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Santa Monica Screening Room
1526 14th Street – Suite 102, between Broadway & Colorado in Santa Monica

CBS Studio Center
4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604

Film Independent
9911 West Pico Blvd, 11th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90035

United American Indian Involvement
1125 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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Joanelle Romero, 8th Annual Red Nation Film Festival

Ann Little Running Deer shared Joanelle Romero‘s photo.

Red Nation Film Festival® (RNFF) – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema®

Red Nation Home to the Native Documentary Voice™– Native Realities of the 21st Century

Founded in 2003, RNFF firmly establishes the presence of American Indian Cinema & Filmmakers in Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world. As the second largest city in the country and the largest American Indian urban population in America with an unforgettable entertainment experience, this is a forum to recognize excellence in American Indian and Indigenous peoples international cinematic achievement, making Red Nation the largest and most prestigious celebration of American Indian motion picture art form in Los Angeles and Indian Country America.

“Red Nation Film Festival & Awards Gala is dedicated to breaking the barrier of racism by successfully replacing American Indian stereotype with recognition, new vision, arts, culture and economic prosperity by placing American Indian Filmmakers at the forefront of the entertainment industry and to introduce American Indian Filmmakers and Native Talent to larger, global mainstream audiences”, President/Founder Joanelle Romero (Pow Wow Highway, American Holocaust: When Its All Over I’ll Still be Indian).
“Hollywood has Oscar, Broadway has Tony, Television has the Emmy, and now American Indian has the Red Nation Film Award.”
And the winner is …..
The Red Nation Statuette has positioned itself to become the most recognized American Indian trophy in the world. The Red Nation Film Award of Excellence Statuette is created to honor outstanding moviemaking achievements by American Indian filmmakers and thereby encourage excellence in all facets of motion picture production.

EVENTS OVERVIEW

8th Annual Red Nation Film Festival – The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema kicks off American Indian Heritage Month with anticipated exclusive features, world premieres, documentaries, star-studded Red is Green carpet events, Awards Gala, Tribute Ceremony, Red Nation FilmLab, experiencing the best of American Indian cinema in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world.

This year’s selection continues to establish new talent and celebrate the diverse cultural expression of USA American Indian, Indigenous Peoples, and Canadian First Nation communities in cinematic new media.

Red Nation Awards Gala is to be broadcast on Red Nation Television Channel (RNTC) on Thanksgiving Day/Week-end. RNTC is the first all native internet television channel EST. 2006.

Honoring Russell Means, to receive the “Oyate Wayanka Po Win Lifetime Achievement Award”. Russell Means and his wife Pearl will be in attendance.

Russell Means an Oglala/Lakota and long time AIM and civil right activist, and Actor. The Washington Post called Means “one of the biggest, baddest, meanest, angriest, most famous American Indian activists of the late twentieth century.” Star of Pocahontas, Last of the Mohicans, Black Cloud, and so many notable films and television appearances.

Michael Jackson to receive Red Nation Humanitarian Award.

Governor Jerry Brown to receive the American Indian Heritage Month Award.

Festival proceeds go toward: Native Youth Matter Ending Youth Suicide on Reservations Red Nation Call to Action: National Awareness Campaign.

For more information on Public screenings, Awards Gala, Cultural Events, full line-up of films, honorees, nominee’s, workshops, panels and details/dates/times/locations visit: www.rednationfilmfestival.com.

Purchase Tickets on-line: http://rednationfilmfestival.com/purchase-tickets/
All programs are open to the general public and will require tickets for admission. Some events are listed as free to public.

Festival Sponsors: CBS Corporation, Disney/ABC, HBO, KCAL 9, NBC Universal, Clear Channel, and many more …. Visit: http://rednationfilmfestival.com/sponsors-1/

Festival Venues:

Simon Wiesenthal Plaza – Peltz Theater
9786 W Pico Boulevard, (southeast corner of Pico Boulevard and Roxbury Drive) Los Angeles, CA 90035

Laemmle Music Hall Theatre
9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Santa Monica Screening Room
1526 14th Street – Suite 102, between Broadway & Colorado in Santa Monica

CBS Studio Center
4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604

Film Independent
9911 West Pico Blvd, 11th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90035

United American Indian Involvement
1125 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017

THE ONLY RED IS GREEN CARPET, DURING INDIAN MARKET 2011

 

 

THE ONLY “RED IS GREEN CARPET” DURING INDIAN MARKET 2011

 

Joanelle Romero invited you · Share · Public Event

Time

Thursday, August 18 · 6:00pm – 9:00pm


Location

Warehouse 21

1614 Paseo de Peralta


Created By

Joanelle Romero


More Info
RSVP EVENT: RED is GREEN CARPET GALA – NATIVE FASHION WITH SOCIAL ACTION

“On the Road” RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL
The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema

August 18, 2011
Venue: Warehouse 21 > Open to Public > Seating is Limited
6:00pm Red is Green Carpet Gala – Native Fashion with Social Action
6:30pm LIVE Art Auction
7:30pm Premiere Documentary Feature Screening RUN TO THE EAST

6:00
Be Seen on Red is Green Carpet – Native Fashion with Social Action includes LIVE Art Auction [Be the ONLY one who owns a Red Nation Film Award “Bronze” equivalent to the Oscar]

7:30
Santa Fe Premiere Screening Red Nation Film Festival in association with MOXIE PICTURES and WINGS of AMERICA

RUN TO THE EAST
Director Henry Lu
90 minutes * Documentary Feature

Q & A Red Nation FilmLab Conversations with Panel special guests Dillon Shije, Joe Spring, and Paul Fragua of Run to the East, Will Channing Wings of America, Clayton Small Native PRIDE, Joanelle Romero Founder RNFF.

**Fundraiser Screening to benefit Ending the Cycle of Silence

A Child’s LIFE begins with its Parents RED NATION CALL TO ACTION NATIONAL AWARENESS ENDING YOUTH SUICIDE ON RESERVATIONS.

Suggested donation: $50 however no one will be turned away.

LIVE ART AUCTION ARTISTS

Red Nation Film Award
ONLY one Bronze has been made – Be the ONLY person in the world to own the
Red Nation Film Award “Bronze” equivalent to the Oscar
worth $7500
Artist: Phillip Mangos Haozous (Apache)

Art Painting
The Tornado
Monotype
30 x 22
worth $2,150
Artist: Rhett Lynch (Navajo)

Journey through Africa
Four Canvas Gallery wrapped photos of Montano Rain’s Trip to Africa with
Dr. Jane Goodall
12 x 21 each
set worth $700
individual $200
Artist: Montano Rain (Apache/Cheyenne)

Visit: www.rednationmusicfest.com for full film details of all films being screened!

On the Road, 3rd annual RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL / Indian Market 2011

“On the Road” 3rd annual RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL / Indian Market 2011

Joanelle Romero invited you · Share · Public Event
Time
Thursday, August 18 · 11:00am – 9:00pm

Location

Warehouse 21

1614 Paseo de Peralta


Created By

Joanelle Romero


More Info
COME ROCK INDIAN MARKET 2011 AND BEYOND
The Place to Be in the Land of Enchantment Santa Fe NM

3rd annual RED NATION FILM FESTIVAL “On the Road”
The Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Cinema

6:00pm Red is Green Carpet Gala / Native Fashion with Social Action
6:30pm LIVE Art Auction
7:30pm Santa Fe Premiere Documentary Feature Screening RUN TO THE EAST

LIVE ART AUCTION ARTISTS

Red Nation Film Award
ONLY one Bronze has been made – Be the ONLY person in the world to own the
Red Nation Film Award “Bronze” equivalent to the Oscar
worth $7500
Artist: Phillip Mangos Haozous (Apache)

Art Painting
The Tornado
Monotype
30 x 22
worth $2,150
Artist: Rhett Lynch (Navajo)

Journey Through Africa
Four Canvas Gallery wrapped photos of Montano Rain’s Trip to Africa with
Dr. Jane Goodall
12 x 21 each
set worth $700
individual $200
Artist: Montano Rain (Apache/Cheyenne)

FILM SCREENINGS
11:00
Red Nation Film Festival & Native Women in Film & Television in association with Al Gore’s Current TV

RAPE on the RESERVATION
60 minutes * Documentary Feature
(WINNER Red Nation Film Award for Best Public Service)

12:10
HAWAII, A Voice for Sovereignty
Director: Catherine Bauknight
84 Minutes * Documentary Feature
(WINNER Red Nation Film Award for Best Environmental Film)

1:40
CANGLESKA WAKAN – The Sacred Hoop
Director: Aitken Pearson
53 minutes * United Kingdom * Documentary Feature
(WINNER Red Nation Film Award for Best Documentary Film)

2:45
Red Cinema Room Doc Shorts & Music Videos
UNRESERVED – The Work of Louie Gong
Director: Tracy Rector
13:42 Minutes • USA * Short

“SAGE’S EDIE SEDGWICK”
Artist: Sage (Star of Steven Spielberg’s Into the West & ABC/Hallmark Dreamkeeper)
Director: Nikki Reed (of Twilight Saga)
(WINNER Red Nation Film Award for Best Music Video)

3:00
THE LAST MOVIE – A Dennis Hopper Film
Director Dennis Hopper
108 minutes * Feature Film
Q & A Red Nation FilmLab Conversations with > Center Piece Special Screening & Panel Friends of Dennis Hopper with invited guests: Dean Stockwell, Joanelle Romero founder of RNFF and more TBA.

5:00
SHOOTING STARS – Rhett Lynch
A young native man reconnects with his heritage in the most unlikely place, a junkyard.
Red Nation Movie Trailer the Pitch – get your film funded, promoting Native Filmmkers.

The challenge we are dealing with is funding and distribution of Native Films, [Red Nation Movie Trailer the Pitch] creates a space for Native Filmmkers to pitch their films to get funded to industry exec, film investors, and general audience, while at the same time delivering new ideas, new voices, new talent.

6:00
Be Seen on Red is Green Carpet Gala Native Fashion with Social Action includes LIVE Art Auction [Be the ONLY one who owns a Red Nation Film Award “Bronze” equivalent to the Oscar]

7:30
World Premiere Screening Red Nation Film Festival in association with MOXIE PICTURES and WINGS of AMERICA

RUN TO THE EAST
Director Henry Lu
90 minutes * Documentary Feature

Q & A Red Nation FilmLab Conversations with Panel special guests Dillon Shije, Joe Spring, and Paul Fragua of Run to the East, Will Channing Wings of America, Clayton Small Native PRIDE, Joanelle Romero Founder RNFF.

**Fundraiser Screening to benefit Ending the Cycle of Silence
A Child’s LIFE begins with its Parents RED NATION CALL TO ACTION AND AWARENESS ENDING YOUTH SUICIDE ON RESERVATIONS.

Visit: www.rednationmusicfest.com for full film details

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HELP the EARTH Environmental Youth Empowerment Film Festival “On the Road”

August 18, 2011

Venue: Warehouse 21 > Open to Public

Time: 11:00a to 4:00p

FILM SCREENINGS
11:00
CARBON NATION
Director: Peter Byck
87 Minutes * Documentary Feature

12:35
FLOW
Director: Irena Salina
85 Minutes * Documentary Feature

2:30
Premiere Screening Help the Earth & Red Nation Film Festival in association with iLCP & EP FILMS

SPOIL – Save the Great Bear Rainforest
a film by the iLCP & EP FILMS
85 Minutes * Documentary Feature

Visit: www.rednationmusicfest.com for full film details