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IPIE Film and TV Virtual 1 of 2 Day Workshop with Red Nation Native Women in Film, Television and Allies

@ Online Tuesday 11.16, 2021
03:00 pm - 05:30 pm MST

Register in advance: Registration information will be available shortly.

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Red Nation are joining together to present a FREE, two-day virtual workshop on the importance of having native voices and points of view represented in filmmaking and television production. Our panel discussion is for aspiring filmmakers in New Mexico and will be live-streamed to participants across the state.

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a sponsor of this conversation series with film/TV industry professionals, tribal leaders and filmmakers.
Watch the conversation live on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RedNationFF/, and later on YouTube at www.youtube.com/user/RedNationFilms

Featuring guest speakers:
– David Seidler – playwright and film and television writer. He is most known for writing the scripts for the stage version and screen version for the story The King’s Speech. For the film, he won the Academy Award and a BAFTA for Best Original Screenplay.
– Todd Christensen – One of the industry’s leading location managers and member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science 2019. He has worked on such films as ‘Syriana’, ‘There Will Be Blood’, ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Sicario 1 & 2 and ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’. Todd has worked on over 30 movies and another 25 scouted. Todd has worked on many of the Pueblos as well as Navajo Nation.
– Jeanette Volturno – Film Producer and Co-Founder of Crewvie.
– Marcei Brown – Film Producer and Co-Founder of Crewvie.
– Joanelle Romero – Born of Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache, Dinétah, Paiute, SpanishSephardic. CEO, Founder Red Nation Celebration Institute and Film Festival.