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Native Voices Documentary Films

Original directors Dan Hart and Luana Ross during a winter film shoot with Native Voices students
Native Voices Documentary Films produced by Native Voices Graduate Program

Native Voices offers students the opportunity to explore documentary from an Indigenous perspective, and to produce programs that speak to critical personal, social, and political issues in their lives. The program provides students a framework in which they develop professional media projects in conjunction with Indigenous theories and methodologies. 

Native Voices has been working with Indigenous students and producers for more than 15 years. Documentaries produced by students in our program have won awards and been screened at Sundance, the American Indian Film Festival, the National Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Modern Art, and many other venues. Our student’s films are used in Indigenous education throughout the world.

While the program is not currently accepting applications for new students, you can check back here for news updates or sign up for our Department Newsletter for the most up to date information. 

If you would like to purchase a Native Voices film, all titles are available for both personal and institutional use.

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