Inaugural Prestigious List to Highlight Indigenous Work

Submit yours for consideration!  Three powerhouse forces are joining together to showcase and amplify Indigenous talent and stories, which is right up the Cherokee Nation Film Office’s alley of increasing the presence of Native Americans [...]

By |July 31, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

Indigenous Filmmakers Find New, Creative Ways To Tell Their Stories Amidst a Global Pandemic

The show must go on! Life has been turned upside down because of the coronavirus, to say the least, and the same rings true for film. For Native filmmakers, one new challenge during COVID-19 is [...]

By |July 24, 2020|Categories: Latest News|

Industry Spotlight: A Journey Into Filmmaking From the Cherokee Nation

Dylan Brodie grew up inside the Cherokee Nation. To be specific, he calls Ramona, Oklahoma, home. It’s a charming town in Adair County with a population of 500, give or take a few.

By |July 16, 2020|Categories: Industry Spotlight|

Industry Spotlight: Meet a Native Filmmaker Working To Bring Others’ Projects to Life

Sometimes you just know your life’s passion, even at an early age. That was true for Adam Piron, a Kiowa and Mohawk filmmaker who grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. From the early years to college, film [...]

By |June 19, 2020|Categories: Education, Industry Spotlight|

Dive into the Film Industry with Two Days of FREE Virtual Classes During deadCenter Film Festival

Have you ever been watching a fantastic film and thought to yourself, “It would be so cool to be a part of the movies?” If this is you, keep reading because you’re in luck. Now [...]

By |June 5, 2020|Categories: Education, Events|