Cree Actress Imajyn Cardinal in The Saver
Lisa J. Ellwood
11/4/16
The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) in San Francisco has an illustrious history of presenting stories of Indigenous cultural affirmation, resistance and survival, as well as ...
Sarah Sunshine Manning
7/7/16
The depth and breadth of talents in Indian country will keep you entertained all year long, and inspired for the rest of your life. Here are seven must-experience events. 1...
Richard Walker
3/2/16
A documentary about Tlingit veterans from Hoonah, Alaska who saw combat during the Vietnam War won the Big Sky Award at the Big Sky Film Festival in Missoula, Montana...
ICTMN Staff
12/1/15
Yale University, though lately on the radar for its issues over race, is screening a bevy of Native films, made by and about American Indians and other Indigenous Peoples of Turtle...

The 39th Annual American Indian Film Festival (AIFF) ended, as always, with the American Indian Motion Picture Awards

ICTMN Staff
11/12/14
Two highly acclaimed films by and about Natives split most of the major honors at the American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show, the finale of the 39th annual American Indian Film...
ICTMN Staff
10/20/14
The 2014 American Indian Film Festival starts November 1 in San Francisco and runs through November 9, when it will conclude with the 39th annual American Indian Motion Picture Awa...
ICTMN Staff
4/17/14
CNN contributor Dana Joseph says that American Indian culture is “alive and thriving.” “Think Native American culture has been co-opted by casinos, twisted by inaccurate films, rel...
ICTMN Staff
11/18/13
On November 10, the film Maina and lead actress Roseanne Supernault had a big night, taking Best Picture and Best Actress awards at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francis...
Vincent Schilling
11/10/13
Born on the Pine Ridge Reservation, actor Moses Brings Plenty plays Charlie Soap in The Cherokee Word for Water, the acclaimed film about the life of Cherokee Nation Chief Wilma Ma...

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