Vision Maker Media is looking for movie and TV show submissions | Nebraska today



Vision Maker Media is calling for film and television proposals through its 2022 Public Media Fund, which provides five to 10 film and television programs for broadcast in public media.

Accepted proposals can run on PBS, digital and / or streaming platforms. Proposals should represent the cultures, experiences and perspectives of Native Americans and Alaska Natives.

The deadline for submissions is 5:00 p.m. on February 11. Selected proposals will be notified this spring.

“Indigenous filmmakers, directors and producers are making an impact on the conversations taking place across the country and in our communities,” said Francene Blythe-Lewis, Executive Director of Vision Maker Media (Diné, Sisseton-Wahpeton, Eastern Band Cherokee ). “And, the Public Media Fund ensures that we engage Americans with quality films and programming that address relevant and important issues concerning Native Americans and Alaska Natives.”

Proposals must match Vision Maker Media’s mission, have meaningful Indigenous engagement, be intended for release in public media and its digital and streaming platforms, and have effective marketing that includes outreach and community engagement. .

“If Vision Maker Media approves your project, if they fund your project, that really opens up a lot of doors for you and puts you on the map.” said Kevin Abourezk (Rosebud Lakota), producer of “The Land Returns”. “Vision Maker Media is a way to allow Aboriginal people to continue to perpetuate their oral traditions, their storytelling. It is a way of ensuring that our stories and cultures endure. It is a very powerful means of ensuring cultural survival.

For more details, Click here. For questions about submitting a proposal, email [email protected] or call 402-472-3522.



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