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Cherokee Nation Film Office preparing young Natives for growing film industry

 

Last updated 3/28/2022 at 3:43pm

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Cherokee Nation Film Office and Oklahoma Film & Television Academy partner to help educate Native American students to be set-ready as industry continues to grow in Oklahoma. (L to R) Back row: Jennifer Loren, director of CNFO and Original Content; Set Ready students Noah Stiles, Stuart Watson, Lily Gibson, Matthew Owen, Lacey Plumb and Rylee Plumb. Front row: Kim Mott, unit production manager and OFTA instructor; Set Ready students Parris Burris, Patricia Hill and Brittany Brenabout.

TULSA, Okla.-The Cherokee Nation Film Office and Oklahoma Film & Television Academy are partnering to help educate Native American students to be set-ready as industry continues to grow in Oklahoma.

The tribe's film office recently sponsored and hosted OFTA's Set Ready course at Cherokee Nation's COVID Response Virtual Soundstage. Through CNFO scholarships, Native American students attended the course at no charge.

"Oklahoma's television and film industry continues to grow at an exceptional pace," said Jennifer Loren, director of Cherokee Nation Film Office and Original Content. "We are...



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