The Leonard F. Hartwig Scholarship was established in 2005. Leonard graduated from Cortland High School and received his undergraduate degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University. Later he received graduate degrees from the Boston University of Theology.

The Chief Standing Bear Scholarship was created in 2017 to support post-secondary education for American Indian students enrolled in a tribe and able to provide proof of tribal affiliation. The story of Ponca Chief Standing Bear's struggle is one of perseverance and triumph over adversity.

Doc Society is announcing the return of the national edition of Good Pitch to NYC in 2019. They are looking for six ambitious feature documentaries that tackle a national or global issue, stories that reveal something important about our world, and ourselves.

MovieMaker Production Services is a service of MovieMaker Magazine designed to extend the capabilities of low to mid-budget independent films. MovieMaker Magazine has been quietly helping produce select projects via this method for two decades.

The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking under- graduate and graduate degrees at: – Tribal colleges & universities – All nonprofit & accredited schools.

The Documentary Edit & Story Lab supports filmmakers with nonfiction feature films in post-production. Lab fellows advance their projects through rigorous creative exploration and discussion of story structure and character development.

A pre-release version of Owóksape ("place of learning" in Lakota) will be available in October.

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