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Industry SERIES 

imagineNATIVE offers Indigenous artists numerous professional development opportunities through the Festival's Industry Series of workshops, panels, and labs, in addition to year-round opportunities with our partners. 

Our Festival also has the world's largest market for Indigenous-made film and video works and attracters buyers and programmers from around the globe. 

We will be populating this section of the website over the coming weeks; please be patient as we continue to update this page. 

Please contact +1 416-585-2333 and ask for Daniel Northway-Frank for more info about our industry and professional development activities.

 

imagineNATIVE 2015 Industry Events

All Workshops and Panels from the 2015 imagineNATIVE Festival can be viewed below.

 

imagineNATIVE 2014 Industry Events

All Workshops and Panels from the 2014 imagineNATIVE Festival can be viewed below.


NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema / Berlinale European Film Market

NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema is a market stand dedicated to promoting Indigenous-made films and videos at the European Film Market (EFM) in Berlin. The Stand is a focal point for international producers, sales agents, distributors, exhibitors and financiers interested in developing artistic and business relationships in the rapidly growing and dynamic Indigenous media arts industry. 

NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema spotlights a roster of remarkable dramatic and documentary works made by Indigenous filmmakers from Canada, Latin America, Sápmi (Norway, Finland regions) Aotearoa (New Zealand), Greenland, and the USA. Select films are available for preview, with promotional and sales information at the NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema stand.

The NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema initiative brings together a consortium of international Indigenous media arts partners from around the world including the Canada Council for the Arts, Berlinale NATIVe, Nunavut Film Development Corporation (NFDC), International Sámi Film Institute (ISF), Sundance Institute Native American and Indigenous Program, Vision Maker Media, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Māoriland Film Festival, Indigenous Film Initiatives, Greenland Film Makers, and the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, which serves as the project lead. 

The stand is presented in partnership with the Berlinale special series, NATIVe – A Journey into Indigenous Cinema. 

Complete details about the featured works and participating individuals can be found at www.indigenouscinema.com