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Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian
RETURN: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health & Spirit
RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World
Skindigenous
The People's Protectors
The Seven Generation River
Warrior Women
Words from a Bear

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The Upstander Project film DAWNLAND won the Emmy® award for Outstanding Research at the 40th annual News and Documentary Awards this week.
The Native Youth Media Summit is for instructors of youth media programs. Vision Maker Media seeks to provide Native youth with the skills and tools necessary to harness the power of media for Native-driven storytelling and narrative empowerment...
Mark the date and get ready for a week of indigenous culture, movie binge-watching, and popcorn. The Biannual 2020 Vision Maker Film Festival is set for April 22-30, 2020.
Shortly after I started work at Native American Public Telecommunications in 2004, Executive Director Frank Blythe said, “Pack your bags, we’re going to Hawaii!” We had a grant to do a mentorship project with Pacific Islanders in Communications...
Vision Maker Media welcomes Matt Nehe, our new Director of Finance and Administration, to the team. Nehe was hired to take over the finance department when Mary Ann Koehler, the Business and Projects Manager, retires in August.
On March 8, Vision Maker Media celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting Indigenous Women’s Films: Six Powerful Films by and about Indigenous Women.
Updates on the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the APTS (American's Public Television Stations) annual Public Media Summit: A Celebration of Localism and the National Minority Consortia's visit to congress.
“My experience has been, at times, overwhelming and terrifying, but at other times, really validating and galvanizing,” Swaney said. “It’s great to know that the world is giving a voice to Indigenous filmmakers.”

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