FNFVF Continues Growth with Fall 2016 Fest

Laura Guzman (Stockbridge Munsee/Mexican); Photo property of FNFVF Inc.

First Nations Film and Video Festival Inc. is please to announce the venues of its upcoming Fall 2016 Film Festival, which will run November 2nd through November 10th:

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 – The University of Wisconsin Parkside, Kenosha, WI, 7pm, Student Cinema
Thursday, November 3, 2016 – The Beverly Arts Center, 7pm, Main Theater
Friday, November 4, 2016 – DePaul University Loops Campus, Center of Digital Media, 4pm
Sunday, November 6, 2016 – The Citlalin Gallery & Theater, Pilsen, 3pm
Monday, November 7, 2016 – Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 7pm
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 – The Comfort Station, Logan Square, 8pm
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 – The University of Illinois – Chicago (UIC), TBD
Thursday, November 10, 2016 – The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, Evanston, IL, 6pm

FNFVF Inc. has over 100 submissions to this year’s fall festival and are in the process of selecting the films to screen. Look for program announcements very soon.

All FNFVF Inc events are free and open to the public.

FNFVF Inc’s mission is to promote Native American filmmakers of all skill level and to provide appropriate venues to screen their works. For more information visit www.fnfvf.org, or Like on Facebook at @FNFVF.Inc.

We hope to see you there enjoying these film, not screening anywhere else, and supporting Native American filmmakers from across the Americas. Thank you for your years of support.

FNFVF Chicago Makes Call for Entries for Fall 2015 Festival

NEW-FNFVF-LOGO-2015-2Chicago, Illinois) The First Nations Film and Video Festival, Inc. (FNFVF, Inc.) is announcing its annual Call for Entires for its fall 2015 film festival running November 1st through the 14th at various venues in and around Chicago. FNFVF DIrector Ernest M Whiteman III says, “This year is a bit meaner and leaner as FNFVF is going through some infrastructure changes in the coming year. We are always proud to showcase little-seen films by Native American filmmakers.”

 

The deadline for the Fall 2015 film festival is October 10th. This year, FNFVF Inc is trying new and innovative ways to acquire its films for programming, using Film Freeway, an online application system. More information on the hosting venues, films, as wells, specific times and dates with be forthcoming.

In addition to its two annual festival, FNFVF Inc also offers an Educational Component for the classroom and event programming, which includes a presentation on Native Americans in media and screening of short films. The Education Program can be tailored to various-sized classrooms, public events, conference programming and more.

FNFVF is also very pleased to announce a roaming screening event which can be booked through the festival, entitled “The Other 51%: Native American Women Directors” this program showcases films directed by Native American women. To book either the Educational Program or “The Other 51%” feel free to visit the official website or use the Contact Us option on the festival’s Facebook page at: “FNFVF.Inc”

All FNFVF Inc. programs are free and open to the public. Dedicated to providing an appropriate venue for the long-overlooked Native American voice in media since it began in 1990, the First Nations Film and Video Festival is the only festival that deals exclusively with Native American filmmakers of all skill levels. For more information and to see times and film listings, keep your eye on this website.

Thank you for all of your support over the years.

Contact Information:
Ernest M. Whiteman III
FNFVF Director
ernest-3@fnfvf.org
Facebook: FNFVF.Inc
Twitter: FNFVF_Dir_EW3

 

FNFVF INC. TO SHOWCASE NATIVE WOMEN DIRECTORS AT SPRING EVENT

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Chicago, Illinois) The Spring 2015 First Nations Film and Video Festival is an event dedicated to Native Women Film Directors and Video makers.

“This exciting event sees FNFVF Inc transitioning out of its old business model which will open the fall 2015 season with another unique film event rather than a festival,” says Director Whiteman, “In 2016, we will begin hosting a large-scale film festival in the spring to steer away from the stereotypical placement of Native American cultural happenings in November.”

All FNFVF Inc. programs are free and open to the public. Dedicated to providing a venue for the long-overlooked Native American voice in media since it began in 1990, First Nations Film and Video Festival Inc. is the only festival that deals exclusively with Native American filmmakers of all skill levels. Visit the Spring 2015 Application Page for information. FNFVF Inc. asks that you read our guidelines very carefully. We look forward to hearing from you, screening your works, and promoting your voice.

With Respect;

Ernest M Whiteman III (Northern Arapaho)
FNFVF INC. Director

Contact Information:
Ernest M. Whiteman III
FNFVF Director
ernest-3@fnfvf.org
Facebook: FNFVF.Inc
Twitter: FNFVF_Dir_EW3