Kin Theory Office Hours: 4th World Fellowship
During this session, we’ll be joined by current and past 4th World fellows Lucía Ortega Toledo (Zapotec from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico) Loren Waters (citizen of the Cherokee Nation and the Kiowa Tribe), and Ajuawak Kapashesit (White Earth Ojibwe descendant Waskaganish Cree Enrolled member) learn what their experience was with the lab, how it influenced their projects, and what they’re up to next.
This conversation is FREE, VIRTUAL, and OPEN to Kin Theory members and friends up to do the work of opening up and strengthening the film and TV industry.
Now beginning its ninth year, the 4th World Indigenous Media Lab is a year-long fellowship for emerging and mid-career Indigenous filmmakers, providing opportunities to develop filmmaking skills and networks through festival participation, hands-on training, masterclasses, workshopping projects in development, pitch activities, and meetings with funders and other industry decision-makers.
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Hear from past fellows about their work and experience, ask questions about the fellowship, and find out what they’re up to next! Learn more about the fellowship and apply before November 30, 2023. DETAILS HERE.