Thursday, September 16, 2010

Red Nation Celebration Los Angeles Oct. 2010


5th Annual American Indian Heritage Month in the City/County of Los
Angeles presented by RED NATION CELEBRATION

Scheduled Events:

October 2010 – Press Conference – Los Angeles – Unveiling of Red Nation
Film Award of Excellence
NOTE: This year 2010 - Red Nation Film Festival tapped New Mexico
sculptor artist "Phillip M. Haozous," son of the late Apache sculptor
artist Allan Houser to create and design “The Red Nation Film Award of
Excellence” Statuette – equivalent to the Oscar.

The major categories for competition are: (1) Documentary Feature, (2)
Documentary Short, (3) Feature Film, (4) Live Short Subject, (5) Music
Video, (6) Animated Short Subject, (7) Environmental Feature, (9)
Environmental Short.

A Film Jury, designated by the Red Nation Film Advisory Board, will screen
entries and issue recommendations to the final program. Films chosen will
be announced at our Red Nation Press Conference held October 2010.
Entrants will be notified of their selection to the 2010 - 7th Annual Red
Nation Film Festival.

Thursday, October 28th
1st Annual Native Women in Recovery in the Arts©
in association with Native Women in Film & Television
includes: screening of Heather Rae’s Feature “FIRST CIRCLE” LA Premiere
and “Experience, Strength and Hope Panel.
Director/Producer: Heather Rae in Attendance
(RSVP Reservations ONLY)
“A Nation is not conquered, until it's Women's Hearts are on the Ground.
Then it is finished, no matter how brave it's warriors or how strong their
weapons" - Cheyenne
“A true warrior will feed the women, children and elders first and they
themselves will eat last” - Crazy Horse

7th Annual Red Nation Film Festival (RNFF) - The Authentic Voice of
American Indian Indigenous Cinema©

Wednesday, November 3rd
Red Nation Native Youth Films
in association with Institute of American Indian Arts – New Media Arts
LAUSD Students bused in from all over City/County of Los Angeles as well
as local Reservations/Rancherias.
(Free )

Thursday, November 4th
RNFF Opening Night Red is Green Carpet Gala * Red Nation the NEW Glamour

LA Premiere of “REEL INJUN”
Red Nation FilmLab Panel: Filmmakers in Attendance
Reception, Screening, Entertainment.
(RSVP Reservations ONLY)

Friday, November 5th
RNFF Center Piece > Red is Green Carpet Gala * Red Nation the NEW Glamour
Red Nation FilmLab Panel / Special Screening TBA
(open to public/admission)

Saturday & Sunday, November 6th and 7th
7th Annual Red Nation Film Festival
American Indian Indigenous Film Screenings (two full days).
Highlights: Red is Green Carpet Galas - Red Nation the NEW Glamour,
A day of Environmental Films in association with Help the Earth in
association with Help the Earth™ (Environmental Youth Empowerment
Organization), Evening Specials, Red Nation FilmLab Panels, Native Women
in Film & Television©….
(open to public/admission)

Tuesday, November 9th
RNFF Closing Night – Red is Green Carpet
Gala * Red Nation the NEW Glamour

Red Nation Film Award of Excellence Ceremony & Tribute Award Ceremony.
(RSVP Reservations ONLY)

“Red Nation Film Award of Excellence” and the Winner is >
Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress,
Best Director, Best Documentary Film, Best Feature Film, Best Producer,
Best Screenplay, Lifetime Achievement Award.”

Tribute Awards: "Red Nation Vision Award”, “Edward Albert Jr Indigenous
Film Award”, “Brando Award”, “Best Network Award”, “Red Nation Theatre
Playwright Award”, “Red Nation Humanartian Award”, “Red Nation Activists
Award”, “Red Nation Community Award”, Red Nation “Oyate” Award.

In addition: Red Nation Student Film Project Award

Reception & Entertainment:
After Party: Red Nation Celebration Concert Series.

Saturday, November 20th
Native Women in Music.
Proceeds benefit: Native Women in Recovery in the Arts©
(open to public/admission)

Friday, November 26th
American Indian Holocaust Memorial, The Great Law of Peace Walk,
Respecting the Water of Life Ceremony.
(open to public/FREE)

Call Today to Reserve Your Seat & Tables Reservations!

Early Registration Ends Friday, October 16, 2010

For more information on Red Nation Film Festival & Up-Dates,

CONTACT: Christine Padilla, Red Nation Media Group
(818) 854.6078,

Thank you and have blessed day.

Joanelle Romero – Apache/Cheyenne

Founder & Executive Director

Red Nation Celebration

American Indian Heritage Month in the City/County of Los Angeles

Red Nation Celebration including Red Nation Film Festival (RNFF) is a
non-profit Media Arts Corporation, founded in 1995. Red Nation
Celebration is dedicated to bringing Native American content and the arts
to the mainstream media and the world by developing partnerships with
leaders of the entertainment industry and Tribal Nations.

Red Nation Film Festival 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 to larger, global mainstream audiences.

Each year RNFF Annual Events chooses a Charity (s) in support of American
Indian, Education, Social Justice, Environmental Solutions, Human Rights,
Animal Protection and HIV/AIDS Prevention.

American Indian Heritage Month in the City/County of Los Angeles© is the
Intellectual Property and Project Rights of Red Nation® Red Nation
Red Nation Film Festival™ * Red Nation Television Channel™ * Native Women
in Recovery in the Arts© * Native Women in Music© * Native Women in Film &
Television™ * Red is Green™ * Red is Green Carpet Gala©

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