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2024 Sundance Institute Native Filmmakers Lab Kicks Off April 24

Indigenous filmmakers will come together on April 29 in Sante Fe, New Mexico, for the 2024 Sundance Institute Native Filmmakers Lab, a week-long program designed to empower and elevate their voices in the world of cinema.

Led by Adam Piron (Kiowa/Mohawk), Director of the Sundance Institute's Indigenous Program, the program aims to empower Indigenous voices in cinema through tailored sessions with advisors. The lab will offer workshops, feedback sessions, and roundtable discussions to enhance participants' skills and deepen their understanding of their craft.

"The Native Lab has a rich history of supporting Indigenous filmmakers and artists for generations since its founding. Its unique approach involves intensive sessions with advisors, tailored to elevate the voices and projects of indigenous artists to the next level," Piron told Native News Online.


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