Indigenous Film Industry Workshop: From Process to Production
01:00 pm - 05:00 pm MDT
Learn about exciting career opportunities in the film industry from experts in the field!
Saturday, June 12 and Sunday, June 13, 2021
(1:00-5:00PM each day)
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the Albuquerque Film Office are joining together to present a FREE virtual workshop for aspiring Native American filmmakers in the Albuquerque area and broader New Mexico. Participants will be provided with resource information, action items and professional contacts that can help launch, or advance, a career in the industry.
These unique, targeted learning experiences will cover a variety of fields in the film industry and will be live-streamed to participants across the state.
Online segments will include:
Cultural Aspects of Filming on Tribal Lands
Respect and Consideration for Tribal Culture
Discussion on Documentary Storytelling
Capturing the Story “Cinema Verité” Style
Musicians on Music
Scoring for Film
Leveraging Social Media for Career-Building
Acting On Camera
How to Land an Agent
Leveraging Social Media to Build Your Online Presence
VFX, Games & Animation
(Will include a robust Q & A session with experts in the area)
NMFO – Tax Rebate, FCAP, John Pinto Award, etc.
AFO – Digital Permit Process
FILM LIAISONS Las Cruces, SFFO, etc.
UNM, CNM, etc.
Diversity & Inclusion in the Industry
Approx. 4-5 Short Films (5-10 mins)
Approx. 2-3 Music Videos (3-7 mins)
Approx. 2-3 Experimental Art Pieces (3-5 mins)
Pieces Already Curated for Cancelled 2020 IPCC Film Festival
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity. Sign up today!