That’s a wrap for four Native writers tasked with creating a groundbreaking TV series focused on Native themes and characters. It’s all part of the 2nd Annual Native American Writers Room, sponsored by the Cherokee Nation Film Office, a program which brings together four writers in an experimental writers room to address the lack of [...]
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.
2020 has been a year of change and adjustments. The same goes for the film industry and it also rings true for a local project. “Rosa and Black Gold,” featuring Native American talent and crew, was expected to begin filming in March 2020 at the same time many stay-at-home orders went into place due to [...]
Industry Spotlight: “Stop Waiting and Start Doing.” A Cherokee Nation Citizen Propelling Storytelling Into Film
Cherokee Nation citizen Emma Barrow grew up in Portland, Oregon, watching her father, Bruce Barrow, working in the film industry. Her father was an editor, producer and director for Oregon Public Broadcasting and PBS. He planted a seed in Emma that filmmaking was a career she could pursue, and she took action. "Cover Me" [...]
Love the movies? Don't just watch them. Be PART of them. The film industry in Oklahoma is looking to hire! The Cherokee Nation Film Office is proud to launch the first-ever directories of Native American cast, crew and consultants along with support services and locations in the Cherokee Nation. Nathalie Standingcloud signing up for [...]