Native American Indian Film & Video Festival

Film Festival

Native American Indian Film & Video Festival

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois & United Tribes of South Carolina has officially opened its Call for Entries, accepting submissions of independently produced film and video, feature length and short length films, documentary, experimental, student, religious/spiritual, animation, comedy, horror/Sci-Fi and all genre of music videos, for the 20th Annual Native American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival of the southeast, held November 2017.

This community-based event aims to present the richness and variety of Native American and indigenous cinematic expressions, as independent filmmakers share their unique dreams and concerns, as well as those of their varied communities, through the art of the moving image. The organizers of the festival want to enhance awareness in Native American Indian talent and provide exposure of the arts, independent Native American Indian cinema, media, and the motion picture industry to the southeastern United States. ECSIUT is a nonprofit that serves federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Natives and “state status” Native American Indian people, and is also a tribally based intertribal consortia.

No submission fee. 

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