On November 19th, 2020 2p (PST), the LA Skins Fest hosts a free Actors Panel and Audition Workshop sponsored by the Cherokee Nation Film Office and NBCUniversal. Casting executives from NBC and veteran Native American actor, Amber Midthunder, will provide insight into breaking into the acting industry, maintaining an acting a career and building on… Read more »
The LA SKINS FEST hosts the 9th Annual Native Writers Pitch Fest, sponsored by Spectrum and the Cherokee Nation Film Office. The pitch fest allows Native American writers to pitch their scripts, projects and themselves to several network and studio development executives, as well as managers, and agents. The pitch fest will consist of four… Read more »
The Native American Unscripted Panel is a new endeavor, sponsored by Verizon Media, designed to provide new opportunities for Native Americans documentary filmmakers. This panel explores breaking into the unscripted arena that includes reality, lifestyle, sports and journalism. Organizations represented on the panel will offer insight into unscripted production, discuss the unscripted landscape from their… Read more »
Sangre De Cristo – The Trilogy Of Terror’ is a of a trio of distinctively different and very cool short animated horror stories from our award winning Sangre De Cristo vampire hunter universe. Each story also showcases the artistic design work of a different up-and-coming young female Thai animation artist. ‘The Inferno Of Blood’ starts… Read more »
A daughter’s final promise to her dying mother comes true but the outcome is surprising and otherwordly.
The LA SKINS FEST hosted the 9th Annual ANNUAL NATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA AWARDS CEREMONY Sunday, November 22nd, 2020. This year’s annual awards gala was virtual and sponsored by Comcast NBCUniversal and AT&T iHumanity Connection. The awards ceremony honored the filmmakers, leaders and youth who show great talent and made a genuine difference in Indian Country…. Read more »
Winnipeg Manitoba plays itself in this documentary, Urban Eclipse: Rising Tides of Kekekoziibii (Shoal Lake #40 First Nation). Deeply entrenched in the landscape are the growing pains from an aqueduct built in the early 1900’s to feed its water supply. It’s a history that speaks to a dirty truth: The major artery piping clean water… Read more »
Native American survivors of sexual assault fight to restore personal and tribal sovereignty against the backdrop of an ongoing legacy of violent colonization.
The LA SKINS FEST, the premier Native American film festival, presented by COMCAST NBCUniversal, announced its online schedule for this year’s virtual film festival. The events and screenings will take place from November 18th – 22nd, 2020 and feature the incredible talent from Indian Country. This year’s festival will be the most accessible version to… Read more »
Five Short Films by Native American Filmmakers, followed by a Panel Discussion 7:00 P.M. PT on Monday, Nov 9th To Register: http://cinema.usc.edu/NativeAmericanShorts3 The short films (70 minutes total running time) will be shared directly in the Webinar. Open to USC Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and the General Public. Screening Schedule: VIVA DIVA Director: Daniel Flores… Read more »