Joanelle Romero is an award-winning director and producer of film, television, and other media -- she was the only American Indian director, producer, writer to make The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Science's Documentary Branch determined primary shortlist in 2000.
Joanelle has a long and impressive career as an actor, starring in the first Contemporary American Indian Women’s Story, “A Girl Called Hatter Fox” to the Sundance award-winning film and cult classic George Harrison feature film “Pow Wow Highway."
In 1991, Michael Jackson helped launch Joanelle’s production company, Red Nation Films and became the leading force in making the company known to the world. Red Nation Films is now an award-winning company in producing American Indian documentaries and independent films. Lacking media outlets to broadcast Native American content, in 2006, Joanelle founded the first American Indian Television channel, Red Nation Television Channel.
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