Day: October 20, 2014
Time Warner Native Producing Fellowship
Sundance Institute deepened its commitment to Native artists by launching a new Native Producers Fellowship, which identifies emerging Native producers and supports their professional development and the development of their projects. Responding to a crucial need to cultivate more Native American producers who can manage production; oversee packaging, financing, and distribution; and engage with the marketplace; this Initiative aims to support the sustainability and longevity of Native artists throughout their careers.
Native Producing Fellowships will follow the model of Sundance Institute’s Creative Producing Fellowships. The Initiative will identify two Fellows and support their attendance at the Sundance Film Festival in January, where they will participate in the Festival’s Native Forum, and at Sundance Institute’s Creative Producing Summit in the summer. Native Producing Fellows will be considered for ongoing support and opportunities within the Institute’s Creative Producing Initiative and Creative Producers Lab after they participate in the Native Program’s Producers Fellowship.
Applications for Feature Film, Documentary, and Short Film will be accepted.
For any questions, please email Native_Program@sundance.org
Manidoowaadiziwag Ikwewag – Women Are Sacred, Video Raising Awareness of Domestic Violence and Practices for Dealing with DV in Native Communities and Victims with Disabilities
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
This documentary film was developed to be an educational and training tool based on the work produced by the Minnesota Accessing Paths to Safety Project.
The film chronicles the the first-hand stories of American Indian woman survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse with disabilities from the White Earth Nation. Learn about their history and tradition, the impact of historical trauma and intergenerational grief, and the resources available for survivors on and around the reservation.
Link to the video here.
The Suquamish Tribe, Suquamish Washington is recruiting for an Attorney II position. They are seeking an Attorney with five to seven years’ legal experience in federal Indian law, tribal land issues, and extensive knowledge/experience working with tribal, state, and federal agencies. The Suquamish Tribe is a progressive, energetic Treaty Tribe located on the west side of Puget Sound just thirty-five minutes by ferry from Seattle.