The Cherokee Nation Film Office is proud to be a sponsor of the inaugural Greenwood Film Festival as it sets a new tone in honoring and supporting storytelling through films that highlight history, culture and pioneers in the Greenwood District of Tulsa and beyond.

This historic event commemorating the centennial of tragic events in Greenwood, located in the Cherokee Nation, will build a brighter and stronger future for film, art and community.

The Cherokee Nation Film Office (CNFO) stands with the GFF and understands the importance of telling stories, specifically with cultural and historical ties, with authenticity and accuracy. It’s one of the reasons CNFO was formed.

Started in 2019 with a mission to increase the presence of Native Americans in every level of the film and Television industries, while creating opportunities of economic development and jobs in the Cherokee Nation, CNFO stands firm that representation matters.

Services offered by CNFO include a Native American talent directory, Native American crew directory, Historical and Cultural Consultant directory, cast and crew calls, concierge services and a locations gallery featuring more than 2,000 photos in the Cherokee Nation for virtual scouting. Every service helps open the door to get the right people in the right place to tell the story correctly.

The CNFO team is looking forward to powerful films and conversations this weekend and building an even stronger film community right here at home.

To learn more about the Cherokee Nation Film Office visit Cherokee.film.