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.”
Vision Maker Media will be part of NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema, a market stand at the European Film Market (EFM) in Berlin. It showcases market-ready feature films by Indigenous artists from around the world.
Along with our premiere of Words from a Bear, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival was a hot stop for thriving and upcoming Indigenous filmmakers, in Park City, Utah. This year, Sundance featured eight Indigenous Films, in addition to events that focused...
The release dates for these films are approaching fast. Get the latest on our closest films to broadcast.
As the days grow shorter and the temperature drops, this begins the season of storytelling for many Native American Tribes. Native people are storytellers. For generations, our ancestors passed our Indigenous culture on to us through stories shared...
Once again we want to thank Vision Maker Media for their support of ALMOST AN ISLAND. Last week VMM sent ISLAND producer Sharon Wahl to L.A. -- Hollywood! -- to attend a conference put on by the International Documentary Association.
Native filmmakers from Buffalo Nickel Creative (BNC), an Oklahoma-based multifaceted communications agency, were among participants at the Getting Real ’18 conference Sept. 25-17 in Los Angeles.
At any other time, I probably would have focused more on sessions with a practical bent: fundraising, distribution, etc. This year, I was more interested in issues of personal identity, the relationship between filmmaker and audience, and the...
It was nearly impossible to tell whether the stranger passing by was a famous director or a struggling independent filmmaker. Everyone was meshed together, mingling, swapping business cards. Everyone was here for the same reason: Getting Real 2018.
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Kyle, South Dakota- I strolled into my first day of the Rolling REZ Arts Film Camp at Piya Wiconi not quite sure what to expect. Advertised as “a crash course in documentary-style filmmaking,” the film camp was aimed at young creatives wanting to...
The Vision Maker Media/NAMAC conference began the following day and I was honored to hear from some amazing folks at Vision Maker Media. I will post some of the pictures I took with a quick note about what the speaker offered/said.

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