|NAPT Now Accepting Proposals for Branding & Marketing Services|
Proposals requested by NAPT must include:
* Overall branding and promotion strategy, including the establishment of graphics standards
* Specific graphic design for printed materials (letterhead, advertisement and publications)
* Feasibility of a name change
|More grant, conference and film festival listings are available at our opportunities website.|
|Media Production, Assistant Professor - Fresno, CA|
Digital Content Director - Sacramento, CA
Production Associate - Lincoln, NE
Host/News Anchor - Louisville, KY
Senior Reporter, Public Insight Network - St. Paul, MN
Operations Assistant and On-Air Host - Waco, TX
Assistant Community Editor/Reporter - Pasadena, CA
Associate Digital Producer - St. Paul, MN
Director of Technology - Harrisburg, PA
|NISA Festival and Workshops|
| DATES: October 13 - 16|
Storytelling has been with us since time before remembering. Through it we have shaped our identities, our actions and our societies. Tales that have been passed on from generation to generation withstanding the test of time and all the changes it brings. Now you have the chance to learn the techniques of this ancient and honorable craft at this year's Northwest Indian Storytelling Festival Emerging Tribal Storyteller Workshop!
For more information: wisdomoftheelders.org
|Native American Impact Workshop|
| DEADLINE: October 14|
Disney | ABC Television, in collaboration with LA Skins Festival is presenting a workshop and panel discussions with entertainment industry decision makers and industry experts. These experts will provide the Native American creative community with information that will assist you in becoming successful in the television and film industry. The goal of the workshop (Nov. 15) is to increase business knowledge and creative skills of Native American television writers, screenwriters, production staff and actors, helping them become more competitive in today's marketplace.
For more information: www.laskinsfest.com
|Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival|
| DEADLINE: October 21|
Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival is putting a call out for submissions for its inaugural Film Fest, which will take place November 10 - 13 at the W2 Media Cafe in Vancouver, Canada. Do you, or anyone you know make films, video art, music videos, documentaries, shorts? If yes, they'd love to see your works!
For more information: Email Marie at email@example.com
|Campaign and Policy Institute|
| DEADLINE: October 21|
NAMAC will bring together twenty leaders from intermediary arts organizations for a training institute, December 6 - 8, 2011, in Washington, D.C. This intensive three-day workshop is designed to build participants' capacity to influence national level policies that affect their organizations, constituents and the field. There will be a special focus on connecting how media and technology policy affects the arts across disciplines.
For more information: namac.org/programs
|NAISA Meeting - Call for Proposals|
| DEADLINE: November 1|
The NAISA Council invites scholars working in Native American and Indigenous Studies to submit proposals. Proposals are welcome from faculty and students in colleges, universities, and tribal colleges; from community-based scholars and elders; and from professionals working in the field. The 4th Annual NAISA Meeting will be held at the Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, CT, June 3-6, 2012.
For more information: www.regonline.com
|Localore - Call for Submissions|
| DEADLINE: November 10|
Localore is a new, transformational public media initiative from AIR that will identify talented and highly motivated independent producers to take up the challenge of defining 21st-century public media by building capacity at public stations for experimentation and R&D in their local markets. AIR will invest more than $1,000,000 across 10 producer-led collaborative projects to take public media "outside" to the far reaches of communities, blending traditional broadcast with digital tools and platforms and creating new models that other stations can emulate.
For more information: airmediaworks.org
|Newport Beach Film Festival|
| DEADLINE: December 16|
The 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) will present over 350 films from around the world. Blending the best of classic and contemporary filmaking, the Newport Beach Film Festival is proud to showcase an exclusive selection of award winning independent and studio films representing a truly unique mix of culture and genre. NBFF prefers online entries submitted via Withoutabox.com, which provides cost-saving, paperless submission to film festivals around the world.
For more information: www.newportbeachfilmfest.com
|Diversity in Place Film Festival|
The 4th Annual International Diversity in Place Film Festival (DIPFF) returns once again to Honolulu, Hawaii! This year they ask you to submit any short film, narrative, experimental, animated or documentary under 30 minutes on URBAN EXPLORATIONS. Tell them stories about the existing, yet unseen places in or around the urban areas you live/d, visit/ed, or encounter/ed.For more information: diversityinplace.org
iTunes Offering PBS Indies for Download
PBS Indies is a special section of iTunes dedicated to PBS independent films. For a limited time through October 17, in honor of the launch of the new season of Independent Lens, the PBS Indies section will be 50% off the purchase price. Several NAPT associated films are featured in this collection including March Point, Power Paths and Two Spirits.
To view the full catalog, visit itunes.com/pbsindies.
Congratulations to Luke Griswold-Tergis and Cory Mann (Tlingit) For their film Smokin' Fish, which has been selected to be screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival. The screening will take place on October 22 and 23 at the Dole Cannery in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Congratulations to filmmaker Christina King (Seminole/Creek/Sac & Fox) of Up Heartbreak Hill and Raquel Chapa (Lipan Apache/Yaqui/Cherokee) who were accepted to the 2011 CPB/PBS Producers Academy, which will be held October 15-21, 2011, at WGBH-Boston.
Congratulations to producer/writer Jeffry Lloyd Silverman and director/editor Phil Lucas of For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaska which will screen at the Alaska Native Film Festival at the Anchorage Museum as the final feature in Anchorage, Alaska at 1 p.m. AKT on October 16.
Congratulations to producer Ivy Vainio (Grand Portage Tribe of Ojibwe) and director Nate Maydole of Walking into the Unknown which will have excerpts screened at the University of Minnesota-Duluth Medical School on October 19.
Congratulations to Valerie Red-Horse (Cherokee) and Gale Anne Hurd of Choctaw Code Talkers and Jack Kohler (Karuk/Yurok/Hoopa) of River of Renewal which will screen at the United Nations Association Film Festival October 21-30.
Congratulations to producer/director Sande Zeig of Apache 8, which has been selected to screen at the 36th annual American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. The film will screen Saturday, November 5, 2011, at Landmark Embarcadero Center Cinema at 12 noon PT.
Thank you to
|NAPT Receives |