Cherokee Film Commission

Cherokee Film Commission

America’s first tribal film commission is in the state of Oklahoma and exists within the broader scope of Cherokee Film. The mission and purpose of Cherokee Film is reclaiming Native narratives and increasing representation across media and film.

The Cherokee Nation reservation boasts a variety of settings and landscapes across 7,000 square miles—prairies and forests to urban cityscapes and small-town Americana to tribally owned historical and cultural sites—the diversity brings about massive appeal to productions, along with $1 million in cash rebates offered by the Cherokee Film Commission. The commission also offers first of their kind directories connecting you to Native American talent for services both in front of and behind the camera.

Productions looking to maximize time on set, reduce production costs and create new worlds may utilize Cherokee Film Studios, another branch of Cherokee Film. Cherokee Film Studios soundstage includes a real-time virtual production (xR) studio, with accompanying edit suites, control room, pro-grade audio booth, crew and client lounges as well as hair and makeup facilities encompassed within a 27,000 square foot facility. An expansion is currently underway that will add 10,000 square feet of resources including a second soundstage.

Classification Film Commissions
Type F C M T D I P
Address 777 W Cherokee Street
State Oklahoma
Country United States of America
Telephone 1 (918) 237 6730
Trading since 2019
Contact Tava Sofsky - Director of the Cherokee Film Commission
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