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2021 Sundance Film Festival is coming to Circle Cinema in Tulsa, OK, presented by The Cherokee Nation Film Office beginning Jan. 28, 2021.
If you've wanted to get your start in the film industry, NOW is your chance! CNFO is happy to announce that an upcoming production will soon be shooting in Tulsa where they will be offering on the job training and hiring for a variety of jobs.
The Cherokee Nation Film office invites you to an enlightening conversation about Oklahoma film and Native filming.
Happening: Nov. 18, 2020 | Native American Virtual Pitch Fest is an online event featuring events open to the public to grow your TV writing career.
Happening: Nov. 19, 2020 | The Cherokee Nation Film Office is proud to sponsor the Native American Audition Workshop and Actors Panel to provide valuable insight into breaking into the industry and sustaining one’s career in acting.
NOW CLOSED: Calling all Native high schoolers! Apply for this virtual workshop happening Dec. 14 - 15, 2020 to explore a career in animated film and television with hands-on learning and a virtual tour of Nickelodeon.
Happening: Dec. 7 – 11, 2020 | The Cherokee Nation Film Office is proud to sponsor the Native American Virtual Animation Lab, a competitive entry, intensive five-day workshop that prepares Native Americans for careers in animated film, television and new media.
CREW + CASTING CALL FOR PBS KIDS VIDEO PROJECT JoJX Production Co. | Directed by Rafa A PBS project is looking to hire a Native Director of Photography for a PBS Kids educational campaign. The DP must have children between the ages of 3-9 years old who will be actors in the videos. SYNOPSIS: The [...]
Happening: Fall/Winer 2020 | CNFO is proud to sponsor the 2nd Annual Native Writers Room which brings together a collection of experienced Native American television writers to foster a new and genuine approach to portraying Native Americans in media. The room will result in a new series produced by the Native writers and will be transformative.