Tuesday, December 31, 2013

NMAI Launches Its New Native Film & Media Catalog

 "The works presented in the catalog include a variety of genres, both fiction and nonfiction, short and feature-length works. The catalog also provides profiles of more than 300 filmmakers and others associated with the films, and key information about the field of Native American and indigenous film and media. With its focus on productions and filmmakers from throughout the Americas, the catalog provides information, whenever possible, in both English and Spanish."

  • Titles
    • "contains information about the productions screened by the NMAI since 1995. It can be sorted by Title, Country, Cultural Region, Director, Tribe seen in the film, Keywords, Genre, and Audience."
  • People
    • "contains information about the mediamakers and actors involved in the production of works screened by the NMAI since 1995. It can be sorted by Name, Tribe, and Country."
  • Organizations
    • "contains information about organizations in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America that support Native media, including sources for obtaining Native film and media (Distributors), specialized festivals for indigenous and Native film (Festivals, Screening Series and Awards), media training and support organizations (Film & Video Organizations), media training and festivals that focus on Native youth (Native Youth Media), and broadcasters of Native radio and their support organizations (Radio Organizations)."
    • Distributors
    • Festivals, Screening Series, and Awards
    • Film & Video Organizations
    • Native Youth Media
    • Radio Organizations
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