Discussing Hollywood in Hollywood (FL) at #NAFOA2024

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Don’t Miss the General Session Panel Reel Impact of Hollywood on Tribal Lands at #NAFOA2024

This panel will discuss the tangible economic benefits that arise when production crews film on tribal lands. Learn from communities that have navigated blockbuster productions’ unique opportunities and challenges. Gain insights into strategies for ensuring cultural respect and positive economic outcomes for your tribe if Hollywood arrives.
Moderator: Cody Harjo, Director of Learning Initiatives and Media, NAFOA
Speakers: Geoffrey Standing Bear, Principal Chief, Osage Nation
Rio Jaime, Tribal Council Treasurer, Quileute Tribe
Shauna Williams, Executive Director of Communications, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

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