Navajo artist Craig George is one of those artists whose work, in our humble opinion, people will regret not collecting earlier. He grew up in Los Angeles and a few years ago began to re-establish roots on the Navajo Reservation, not far from Blue Gap, Arizona. He works exclusively in oil. In addition to amazing… Read more »
LA SKINS FEST’s Inaugural Hollywood Pow Wow.
The LA SKINS FEST wrapped it’s 12th year with over 70 film screenings over the weekend. Several filmmakers attended and shared their filmmaking experience with the Los Angeles audience. Dozens of Native American filmmakers attended the screenings and participated in a Q&A following each screening program. The LA SKINS FEST screened films that showcased features,… Read more »
11th Annual LA SKINS FEST’s 6th Annual NATIVE AMERICAN WRITERS PITCH WORKSHOP
November 15th, 2017 — Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Film Program collaborated with us to celebrate and host our opening night for Native American filmmakers, Native American TV Lab alumni, and Sundance NativeLab Fellows. We also took the opportunity to thank our network, studio, tribal and municipal sponsors for supporting the LA SKINS FEST…. Read more »
Thursday November 16th — The SAG-AFTRA National Native Americans Committee as part of LA Skins Fest hosted a panel called The Business of Acting: The Landscape of Native American Casting– a free casting panel and interactive workshop. This casting panel and workshop was dedicated to Native American actors seeking to gain insight into auditioning, performing… Read more »
LA SKINS FEST opened the film festival with THOR: RAGNAROK, from director Taika Waititi.
November 18, 2017 9p at Cinematic Picture Group in Hollywood, CA the LA SKINS FEST held the 5th ANNUAL NATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA AWARDS CEREMONY.
Saturday Nov 18th — The 11th Annual LA SKINS FEST weekend screenings continued at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
11th Annual LA SKINS FEST weekend screenings continued at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood.