Opportunities

Opportunities

Supporting the Production of Native Content

Each year, Vision Maker Media awards over $500,000 in production contracts to independent producers and public television stations to produce programming by and about Native Americans for use by PBS stations. Funding can be for production, completion, or research & development. Learn more about Vision Maker Media funding opportunities:

There are many opportunities for filmmakers to succeed. In an effort to support filmmakers, Vision Maker Media collects and provides a number of available opportunities for funding, training, jobs, internships, festival deadlines and more.

NET, Nebraska's PBS and NPR Stations is seeking a dynamic Director of Engineering to provide technical and advisory support to the Chief Technology Officer for the administration of broadcast network systems.

NET, Nebraska’s PBS & NPR Stations is looking for a highly skilled professional to join our News team. Create, produce, write, and edit multi-media content for NET News.

Kartemquin Films seeks an Executive Director to lead the dynamic organization at a pivotal moment in its venerable history.

We accept short, medium and feature length films or other works made for the cinema screen, whether fiction, animation, documentary or experimental. It must have been produced within the last three years and must not be screened in Montréal prior to the festival.

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 Native American Journalists Association is committed to increasing the representation of Indigenous journalists in mainstream media. NAJA supports and empowers members through annual scholarship opportunities for Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and First Nations students.

Now entering its 15th year, the IFP Filmmaker Labs annually selects 10 fiction features and 10 nonfiction features—all in post-production and directed by first-time feature filmmakers—and provides the creative teams behind these films with key support through the completion, marketing, and distri

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.

Indigenous communities are increasingly turned to as leaders who incorporate traditional values and new technology in order to build a sustainable economic future for their communities and the world.

Emerson College’s Department of Visual & Media Arts seeks candidates to teach multi-camera television studio and field production. The positions are offered at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) or Artist-in-Residence (full-time, non-tenure-track).

The Global Indigenous Languages Caucus of the United Nations is seeking Native American journalists to help with the upcoming year of Indigenous languages.

The Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts, a newly established $57M facility and academic degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is re-envisioning the university for the 21st century and how students learn.

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