Past Events

Kin Theory Indigenizing Film Industry Spaces Festival Forum

April 10, 2021

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Kin Theory: Indigenizing Film Industry Spaces - Festival Forum

A frank discussion with two Sundance Indigenous Program leaders moderated by Tracy Rector.

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Building Community Abundance Across Indigenous Creative Networks imagine NATIVE Festival

October 22, 2021

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Building Community & Abundance Across Indigenous Creative Networks - imagineNATIVE Festival

Join us for a virtual discussion about uplifting Indigenous storytellers those who have created Indigenous media online communities, including Cherokee Film Office, Kin Theory, Shine Network, the Smithsonian Center for Folklife & Cultural Heritage.

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Kin Theory Why Indigenous Representation Matters

November 09, 2021

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Kin Theory: Why Indigenous Representation Matters

Kin Theory: "Why Indigenous Representation Matters". A virtual screening and conversation about the importance of narrative sovereignty with leading Indigenous creatives in film and television.

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Kin Theory Indigenous Media Connections Across Pasifika and Beyond

November 19, 2021

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Kin Theory: Indigenous Media Connections Across Pasifika and Beyond

In this virtual panel, enjoy stories from Indigenous creatives from Pasifika and beyond about how they center their cultural upbringing to create community-specific and place-based media and more.

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UNPFII event

April 26, 2022

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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: Strengthening the Collective Security of Indigenous Defenders

Land is Life and Indigenous Peoples Rights International (IPRI) will host a UNPFII side event in response to the worsening situation and growing needs of Indigenous Defenders across key regions.

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UNPFII event

April 26, 2022

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UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: Violence and the Violation of Rights of Isolated Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

This UNPFII side event aims to present information and promote a discussion among Indigenous organizations and partners on the current violence and violation of rights faced by isolated Indigenous peoples in Brazil.

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