Join us for an all-day film festival and fundraiser with One Nation Walking Together!
One Nation Walking Together is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of Native Americans who live in poverty. Their goal is to rehabilitate and teach communities by improving shelter to ensure people are warm, safe, and dry; and by providing medical aid, educational programs, and food supplies for a more sustainable living. Through programs that cross cultural barriers while respecting individual differences, they promote public awareness of the plights and aspirations of Native Americans.
One Nation Film Festival (ONFF) is an annual event held in Colorado Springs, CO which began in 2016. The festival focuses on Native American and global indigenous issues through Narratives, Documentaries and Student Short Films.
ONFF consists of a variety of subjects and genres to showcase work of independent filmmakers and is set amidst the stunning backdrop of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
This festival should be of interest to Filmmakers, Film professionals and others who wish to further their support and knowledge of important Native American and global indigenous perspectives through the medium of independent film.
The festival includes screenings, Q & A sessions, various speakers, entertainment and community events throughout the year. Category-specific awards will be presented including Audience and Director’s choice awards.