The Intertribal Ceremonial Office, is pleased to announce that the “Spirit of the Ceremonial” will be featured at the 2022 MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL in New Zealand. This documentary first broadcast on KOB TV August 19, 2021, features an enchanting presentation of the 100-year-old New Mexico Native American festival which includes exploring the event origin and history, unique memorable story elements, interviews, and captivating live performances by Native American and Indigenous Dance Groups from New Mexico and beyond.
MĀORILAND FILM FESTIVAL
The MFF is New Zealand’s premier international Indigenous Film Festival. Now into its ninth year, it is a cultural and arts event that invites New Zealanders to the Indigenous world through screen storytelling.
We are proud to announce the Intertribal Ceremonial Office and Edit House Productions, LLC have won a #TellyAward! A huge thank you to everyone who helped make this TV Documentary happen.
2022 Telly Award Silver award for Cinematography/Videography
2022 Telly Award Silver award for Television -Cultural Documentary
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