The CNFO Celebrates Cherokee National Holiday With Drive-In Movie Nights

It’s three nights of Cherokee films for free! Buckle up and grab your snacks! The Cherokee Nation Film Office is bringing you Cherokee content in a drive-in style movie event. It’s the Inaugural Drive-In [...]

By |August 13, 2020|Categories: Events, Latest News|

Be Part of Vision Maker Media’s First Indigenous Online Film Festival for FREE

Don’t miss out on this five-week #nativefilm watch party! A celebration of Indigenous film and inspiring Indigenous filmmakers will be hitting your virtual screens in Vision Maker Media’s First Indigenous Online Film Festival. More than [...]

By |August 7, 2020|Categories: Latest News|

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: Latest News|

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|
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