First Nations Film and Video Festival Inc is proud to offer two new apparel campaigns to help raise funding for our future festivals. While FNFVF Inc is non-profit 501c3, it is still a small grassroots group dedicated to organizing for social justice in media, mainly promoting Native American self-representation and first-voice in film.
By purchasing an FNFVF tee shirt or hoodie, the proceeds go directly to fund venue fees, screening fees, or incidental costs for the Spring and Fall 2016 film festivals, which take place annually in Chicago. Campaigns are active through December 1, 2015, so get yours early! They would make great gifts as well.
This year, we are featuring a new promo image, of a Native woman framing the Chicago skyline; it is a striking image and promotes the spirit of the First Nations Film and Video Festival. Tee shirts with our unique, original FNFVF logo may come up on sale again soon. So keep an eye out for those.
You can click this link to buy a new FNFVF shirt.
You can click this link to buy a new FNFVF hoodie.
So, purchase your tee shirt or hoodie today and help us bring Native American film to audiences here in Chicago. Want to help out without buying apparel? Simply click the Donate button on the lead page and you can donate any amount you wish.
We thank you for all of your years of support and we hope you can help us help Native filmmakers get their voices heard and their films screened.