Vision Maker Media Looking to Acquire & Distribute Finished Native Films for Public TV

Vision Maker Media is seeking completed programs from independent or public television producers to be considered for distribution on public television. Genres of the completed films submitted for consideration may include documentary, performance, cultural/public affairs, and animation. Works that address new and current issues reflecting the changing nature of Native American communities are encouraged.

Programs may be submitted throughout the year, but will be reviewed on a quarterly basis. Acquisition fees will depend on the length of the film, as well as the required specifications to bring the project to Public Broadcasting.

A nonprofit organization founded in 1977, Vision Maker Media shares Native stories with the world that represent the cultures, experiences, and values of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Vision Maker Media nurtures creativity for development of new projects, partnerships, and funding.

For more information regarding eligibility and application procedures, please visit

For questions pertaining to the acquisition submission process, contact Assistant Director Georgiana Lee (Navajo) at

To find out more about Vision Maker Media, please visit

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