Vision Maker Media announces its ninth biennial Vision Maker Film Festival will be hybrid from October 10 to November 11 in Lincoln and includes free streaming online. This year we are celebrating the theme “Together”.
The Vision Maker Film Festival will present five weeks of American Indian, Alaska Native and worldwide Indigenous films with a new theme each week. These themes will include Indigenous peoples’ and languages, Alaska Natives, Ooh scary, and more. Learn more about the Vision Maker Film Festival.
Together, people can help change and heal the world by better understanding Native stories.
Vision Maker Media (VMM) is the premier source of public media by and about Native Americans since 1976. Located in the Nebraska Public Media building, its mission is empowering and engaging Native people to share stories. VMM envisions a world changed and healed by understanding Native stories and the public conversations they generate. They work with VMM funded producers to develop, produce, and distribute programs for all public media.
VMM supports training to increase the number of Native Americans and Alaska Natives producing public broadcasting programs. A key strategy for this work is in partnerships with Tribal nations and Native organizations and communities. Vision Maker Media is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Learn more at visionmakermedia.org or follow them on Facebook and Instagram (@visionmakermedia).