Native American Youth Virtual Reality Workshop

The Native American Youth Virtual Reality Workshop launched with tribes in Colorado and Utah! The week long interactive and educational workshop introduced the Oculus for indigenous teens and youth. The goal is to encourage Native American youth to explore careers in virtual reality. The workshop collaborated with the following tribes and Native-led organizations to host… Read more »

10th Annual Native American Media Awards

Thank you to the filmmakers, writers, crew, cast, partners and community supporters! The 10th Annual Native American Media Awards was an incredible event that celebrated the many accomplishments in our community. Congratulations to those who achieved new heights and made their mark on the 2021 film festival. The 10th Annual Native American Media Awards took… Read more »

7th Annual Native American TV Writers Lab – Selected Fellows

7th ANNUAL NATIVE AMERICAN TV WRITERS LAB ANNOUNCES TWELVE SELECTED FELLOWS The Native American Media Alliance, in partnership with Netflix, Amazon Studios, Comcast NBCUniversal, Kung Fu Monkey Productions, Cherokee Nation Film Office, Snowpants Productions and A+E Networks is excited to announce the twelve selections for the 7th Annual Native American TV Writers Lab fellows. “We… Read more »

Native American Youth Animation Workshop

The Native American  Virtual Youth Animation Workshop is a three-day interactive and educational workshop for indigenous teens and youth. The goal is to encourage Native American youth to explore careers in animated film, television and new media.  The workshop takes place Tuesday December 28th through Thursday December 30th, 2021 12p PT – 2p PT. Application… Read more »

3rd Annual Native American Animation Lab – Fellows Selected!

     The Native American Media Alliance announced 8 participants have been selected for the 3rd Annual Native American Animation Lab, a talent development program that aims to boost the careers of Native Americans in the field of animation. “We have a talented community in need of exposure, access, and opportunity. This endeavor gets more… Read more »

3rd Annual Hollywood Pow Wow

The LA SKINS FEST held its third Hollywood Pow Wow in front of the iconic Dolby Theater on Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave. The Pow Wow took place Sunday November 21st, 2021 and celebrated throughout the day. The event featured traditional singing, dancing and youth performances from numerous tribes around the country.   Check out… Read more »

Nathaniel Cummings-Lambert 

Nathaniel Cummings-Lambert (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians) is a PhD student in the Anthropology department and Culture and Media certificate program at New York University. He holds a BA in Religious Studies from Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts, and an MFA in Art from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). His… Read more »

Native American Audition Workshop and Actors Panel

The 15th Annual LA SKINS FEST hosts it’s yearly workshop for Native American Actors. This year’s program is virtual and will feature casting directors Rene Hanes, Angelique Midthunder, Sara Isaacson and Amazon casting executive Ashley Banks. They will discuss best practices for auditioning, breaking into the industry and maintaining your career as an actor. Registration… Read more »

2nd Annual NY SKINS FEST

The inaugural NY SKINS FEST was an incredible series of virtual screenings, panels and celebration of our community! The first year showcased virtual festivities and this year we plan to go live! Great thanks to our partners at New York University and the WGA East for supporting the Native American community! We are expanding the… Read more »

15th Annual LA SKINS FEST – SAVE THE DATE

The 15th Annual LA SKINS FEST, presented by COMCAST NBCUniversal, takes place November 16th – 21st, 2021 in Hollywood, CA. The festival offers a genuine showcase for emerging Native American artists. In our fifteenth year, we are expanding to meet the need for our filmmakers, our artists and our voice! The 15th annual LA SKINS… Read more »