APRIL 4–6 AT the SAM NOBLE MUSEUM in Norman, Oklahoma. Details about the festival will be revealed in January 2019.

The University of Oklahoma’s Native Crossroads Film Festival
Call for American Indian Artwork
Winner will receive a $250 honorarium
Submissions due: January 15, 2019 

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The University of Oklahoma’s Native Crossroads Film Festival is looking for artwork to be used for the 2019 poster and other promotional materials. We are requesting pieces by American Indian artists 18 years and younger that build upon the theme of “Futures.” We want each artist to explore what “Futures” means for them and be creative in their execution. One winner will be selected and other pieces might be selected to be featured on the Native Crossroads Film Festival website, program, and promotional materials.


·      Artists must be 18 years old or younger and identify as being American Indian

·      Must currently reside in Oklahoma

·      All artwork needs to be submitted by January 15th

·      Submissions should be emailed to

·      Submissions should be high quality, with a minimum of 16-megapixels for photos or 600 DPI for images

·      Only a photo or image is needed. Original artwork is not required, but might be requested if selected 

By submitting your artwork you are agreeing to give Native Crossroads Film Festival permission to use your artwork in all physical and digital promotional materials such as, but not limited to, posters, programs, and advertisements.


Please email if you have any questions or need help with the submission process.


Announcing an open call for films for the 2019 Native Crossroads Film Festival

Submissions due: February 1, 2019 

We’re looking for short films created by Indigenous filmmakers from Oklahoma to screen at the seventh annual Native Crossroads Film Festival, April 4th to 6th, 2019. For consideration, films need to have an Indigenous Oklahoman involved in an above-the-line capacity. Please submit a link to the finished film(s) to by February 1st at 5pm, and please indicate how Indigenous people were involved in the production. This year’s festival will focus on Native youth and the future of Indigenous communities. Please share with Native filmmakers.

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