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The $5B Erasure of Indians From ‘Oscars So White’

Following Hollywood ’s example, the #OscarsSoWhite movement erased living Native Americans from our society. Throughout all of The Academy Awards controversy, American Indians were nowhere to be found. Indians simply didn’t matter.It’s only been a few weeks, but here we go again. J.K. Rowling’s upcoming film “Fantastic Beasts Where...
Longmire Is Filming in New Mexico—and Needs Native American Actors

Longmire Is Filming in New Mexico—and Needs Native American Actors

Longmire, the popular crime series set in the fictional Absaroka County, Wyoming, has begun filming its much-celebrated fourth season in Santa Fe, Las Vegas (NM), and other north New Mexico locations. Last year, Longmire was canceled after three successful seasons by the A&E network, leaving fans despondent, until stepped...
A Talk with the ‘Winter in the Blood’ Filmmakers

A Talk with the ‘Winter in the Blood’ Filmmakers

James Welch's 1974 novel Winter in the Blood is set on the very rural Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, located near the Canadian border on Montana’s vast hi-line. The story follows a 32-year-old man (his name is not given in the book), prone to alcohol-fueled nights and seemingly aimless who...
Native Lacrosse Movie Holds Casting Call Thursday in Albuquerque

Native Lacrosse Movie Holds Casting Call Thursday in Albuquerque

"Crooked Arrows," a planned film about an American Indian high school lacrosse team, is holding its first casting call this Thursday, April 28, in conjunction with the North American Indigenous Image Awards (NAIIA). The filmmakers are looking for American Indian actors aged 16-24 who can play lacrosse. To learn about...
NAIIA Ceremony Coming to Hard Rock Albuquerque on April 29

NAIIA Ceremony Coming to Hard Rock Albuquerque on April 29

On Friday, April 29, the 2011 North American Indigenous Image Awards event will rock the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on the Isleta Pueblo Reservation in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This second edition of the event, which first occurred in 2009, will honor the best indigenous performers from the States...
Oneida CEO Meets With Hollywood Studios

Oneida CEO Meets With Hollywood Studios

The movie mogul of Madison County? It's a possibility for Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation Representative and CEO of Nation Enterprises, who met with movie studios over the weekend while in Los Angeles to attend the Academy Awards. Halbritter's goal in talks with studio representatives was to promote Central New as...

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An actor and now a baller? Actor Martin Sensmeier Scores Game-Winning Buzzer Beater in Juneau Basketball Tournament

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