'The climate crisis is not paused while we battle Covid-19; we must support and learn from those at the front line of the struggle for climate justice,' Esperanza Project founder Tracy Barnett says ahead of an online premiere of a new film.
Santa Fe Indian Market, billed as the one of the best, largest and oldest market of its kind, will take place online this year.
Indigenous artists across the Americas are engaging technology and other works to draw attention to their culture and the environmental challenges confronting their communities.
A once celebrated Native author who was the subject of sexual harassment allegations reappeared on the very popular Social Distance Powwow group, frustrating leaders in the #MeToo and missing and murdered Indigenous women movements.
Storytelling is an integral part of our Cherokee culture.
At least four candidates will be attending the Four Directions and Nevada Tribal Nations Native American Presidential Forum.
As Native students bounced basketballs and veterans carrying flags lined up for grand entry, a documentary film crew took to the court to honor the late Rick Hill, a leader from the Oneida Nation.
“Mallard’s Road,” a film starring Lakota actors, will have its world premiere at the famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California.
The wind speaks in this place. Sometimes it’s loud and abrasive and seeks to humble those who have failed to listen to the truths it has breathed upon them.
Montana State University will commemorate Indigenous Peoples Day 2019 with a series of educational and cultural events throughout October.
The 19th annual Native Cinema Showcase begins and ends with portraits of strong women.
Wes Studi will make Oscar history by receiving an Academy of Motion Pictures honorary award in October 2019.
Winona 'Hawatay' Mitchell Caramony was the oldest living Omaha tribal citizen and one of her tribe’s last fluent speakers.
As is the case in many of the Oscars over the years, Native and indigenous peoples get little mention for their contributions to American storytelling.
John Wayne, the actor who rose to fame as an Indian fighter on screen, had some questionable views about the first Americans.
'Neither Wolf nor Dog' tells a story about trying to write another man’s life story, his beliefs, his history, his inner spirit.
Telling the Cherokee story – our history, our heritage – is a skill that our people have passed down from one generation to the next.
A documentary airing on PBS sets the record straight: Native musicians played an oversize role in the history of American music.
A new documentary shows how one state is confronting Native American child removal.
How a young Chinese filmmaker comes to create movies in Lakota Territory that are loved both here at home and at festivals worldwide is anybody’s guess
'Warrior Women' follows an Indian family's experience, from the occupation at Alcatraz to the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
One hundred years ago, 1,200 striking miners were rounded up by gunpoint and forced to leave their homes.
Adrian C. Louis, the Paiute author, poet and journalist, has passed on.
Indigenous film festivals showcase Native stories, but more support is needed to reach mainstream audiences.
The Rider, a film set on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, is garnering favorable news coverage and reviews.
Delores Taylor based Billy Jack on her experiences growing up near the Rosebud Sioux Reservation.
Spirit writing is more than tattoos. It’s guidance from the past that connects our responsibilities to each other and to earth.
'It is so important for Native stories to be told by Native voices.'
'I can never live up to my Navajo name, but I can tell people my story.'
The latest Indigenous big-screen movie Hostiles has more redemptive qualities than not.
Even before the sexual harassment scandal broke, some in Indian Country questioned Sherman Alexie's treatment of women and youth.
Hollywood isn't a place where Native Americans will find a lot of opportunities but some signs of change were seen during the industry's biggest night of the year.
Actor Wes Studi, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, will be one of the presenters at the 90th Academy Awards.
One of Indian Country’s most celebrated authors is facing a mounting wave of allegations of sexual harassment.
Black Panther is shattering box office records with its African superhero storyline. What do kids think about it?
Attendees of the National Congress of American Indians winter meeting will learn more about traditional forms of justice as part of an event hosted by the Yurok Tribe.
People need to see Hostiles because it is a demarcation point in the evolution of the western.
'The Water Protectors of Wakpa Waste' tells the stories of water protectors who led the historic fight against Big Oil and corporate greed.
Jim Gray won’t forget. His parents made sure of that, naming him for a great-grandfather who fell victim to greed and racism, along with so many Osage people.
White folks feel an abiding obligation to turn heroes of color into, well, white folks.
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe and the producers of the critically-acclaimed Wind River film have cut ties with a prominent Hollywood executive who has been accused of numerous incidents of sexual assault.
The Standing Rock I knew was not a mystical place with a uniform perspective. It was a complex place—an experiment in love, hope, courage, and solidarity.
Last year’s water protectors garnered worldwide attention, but several pipeline fights—such as the Enbridge Sandpiper pipeline victory—got little public notice.
A decades-old mystery in New Mexico and the history behind it is gaining renewed attention thanks to Native filmmaker Chris Eyre.
Law students, professors and tribal members gathered recently at the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law in downtown Phoenix to watch the new documentary 'Tribal Justice.'
A new film explores the final days of Sitting Bull although the primary character is a non-Indian woman who faced criticism for associating with the revered Lakota leader.
‘Wind River' is a film about marginalized death on Native lands, passing for entertainment for middle-class voyeurs often amazed that any Natives are still alive, Charles Kader writes on Indian Country Media Network.
As part of its Conversation on Race project, The New York Times features a short film that focuses on Native American views on race, blood quantum and other issues.
Native peoples provide creative energies to the world, despite invasion and colonization, Peter d'Errico writes on Indian Country Media Network.
Wind River, a film set and shot on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, is opening in theaters this week.
A new documentary about the influence of Indian musicians in popular music is playing in theaters in the United States and Canada.
From the beginning, when the Iroquois emerged as a distinct people thousands of years ago, they played lacrosse.
Hollywood has come through again for women, Standing Rock Sioux citizen Tiffany Midge writes on Indian Country Media Network.
The fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline led to the creation of the Standing Rock Nation Film and Music Festival.
A new film called 'Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation' explores the indigenous origins of lacrosse.
A new film called 'Mankiller' shares the remarkable story of the first woman to lead the Cherokee Nation.
Montford Johnson grew up an orphan in Indian Territory and went on to establish a large ranching empire in the 1800s.