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JOANELLE ROMERO is an award-winning director, producer and writer of film, television and digital. A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and Screen Actors Guild/Aftra.
Oyate Wayanka Po Win / People Who See This Woman
Short-Listed for an Academy Award
Romero received the Armin T. Wegner Humanitarian Award for “the vision to see the truth…and the courage to speak it” (Arpa International Film Festival)
“Like Nelson Mandela, Romero is a prime example of forgiveness in action. Mandela-like, she stands on his mighty global shoulders, calls for oneness, love & what she describes as female energy.” – Ellen Snortland, former Pres. U.N.A. Pasadena Chapter
Award-winning film nominated at 26th Red Nation International Film Festival for RNCI Red Nation Awards Best Picture, Best Director, Outstanding Actor in Leading role (WINNER Micheal Greyeyes), Outstanding Supporting Actor Chaske Spencer.
‘It was an honor to be cast as Michael Greyeyes mom in Wild Indian, director’s choice. Thank you Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.’ – Joanelle Romero
RNCI Red Nation Awards https://www.rednationff.com/winners-2021/
Nominated for Golden Globes, Gotham Awards, Spirit Awards and Emmy Awards.
Two men learn to confront a traumatic secret they share involving the savage murder of a schoolmate.
Powerful film and cast Joanelle Romero (short-listed for an Academy Award) , Michael Greyeyes, Chaske Spencer, Jesse Eisenberg, Kate Bosworth, Lisa Cromarty, Sheri Foster, Happy Frejo.
Director Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr Writer Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr Producer (s) Talia Bella, Dan Burks, Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr., Thomas Mahoney, Blake Pickens, Eric Tavitian
In Theaters Now 2021
Edward James Olmos presenting to Joanelle Romero founder of Red Nation Celebration Institute the LMGI TrailBlazer Award at the LMGI Award Ceremony August 2022.
Indigenous Voices – Cronkite News
August 2022, APTN NATIONAL NEWS Joanelle Romero reacts to Academy Awards’ apology
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