Other Opportunities

National Geographic is looking for project proposals with a focus on human migrations. There are over 65 million refugees in the world today and millions more “environmental migrants” are expected over the coming decades. These migrations are challenging social bonds and resource allocations across the world, motivating political agendas and potential backlash, but also creating new and dynamic multicultural communities.

If you craft words, images, music and sound effects into digital content that captures the attention of your audience and delivers you the desired outcome, consider entering your best work in the CINDY Awards. Cinema in Industry (CINDY) has developed into the premier international audio-visual competition for both linear and interactive media for nearly 60+ years. Each year, CINDY draws thousands of entries from dozens of countries around the globe.

This is an open call for ideas using immersive storytelling to discover new ways to engage audiences and advance the field of journalism. Submit your idea to win a share of $200,000, which we will award at the Online News Association conference in Austin, Texas Sept. 13-15, 2018.

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New Native Theatre is looking for Native American, Alaska Native, Hawaiian, and First Nation(s) theatre artists to participate! Playwrights Directors and Actors Out of town directors and actors are also encouraged to submit your resumes and headshots for possible spot in our national residency program.

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The 8th Annual L.A. SKINS MUSIC FEST application for performers is open until July 6th. Selected musicians will be eligible to perform at the 2018 Native American Media Awards in November.

The music festival will bring an amazing collection of Indigenous music talent to Los Angeles. The festival takes August 4th, 2018 at the Sycamore Grove Park in Elysian Park, CA.

Each year, POV brings 14 to 16 new films to public television viewers. Our summer series and year-round specials push the boundaries of nonfiction television with work from emerging and established filmmakers that reflects the range and diversity of American voices — viewpoints that enrich, enlarge, challenge and refine our experience of the world.

Entry is now open for the premier documentary film festival in the American West. Now accepting entries of non-fiction films of all forms, genres, subject matter and lengths for consideration in another world-class lineup at the 16th annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival (BSDFF).

Reel South is looking for entries for their 4th Season. The series seeks films that cover a broad range of topics and filmmaking styles: from public affairs or social issues, to more personal or experimental works. Particular topics of interest include social justice, the economy, the environment, civil rights, history, as well as arts and culture. In terms of style and format, narrated and non-narrated films are considered along with first person or point of view projects, observational films, and news documentaries.

The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) will host the annual National Native

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