Native Land Productions boasts one new documentary and two in the works!
Sun, December 9, 2012 | link
The purpose of FilmAmelia! Inc. is to educate, inform, and promote the many resources and talents available
on and around Amelia Island, as a way of attracting the international filmmaking community and its investors to this location.
an open casting call for women and men, NDN and non-Native. For information on casting sites and character descriptions, go
The documentary, "Siren Song: A Celebration of the Life and Works of Dr. Stanley Krippner"
is now available from FireCat! Press (www.FireCatPress.net) for only $10.00. It spans Krippner's days of psychological research
from his LSD and Dream work at the Maimonides Research Laboratory in NY, through his work with indigenous cultures. It also
explores his great experiment with the Grateful Dead, as told by Dr. Krippner, Mickey Hart, and others.
documentary about the only woman ever elected Chairman (Chief), of the Seminole Indian Tribe is also still alive and in need
of financial support. Originally of the Tiger family, Betty Mae Jumper made her life's work the care and nurturing of the
Seminole Tribe in Florida. In doing so, she changed Seminole history from poverty to abundance; something that is still missing
in the lives of many other Indigenous tribes. Funding for this worthy project is actively sought from anyone who would like
to see an amazing story of an amazing woman. Contact: NVaughanWilliams@gmail.com
|FilmAmelia! Inc. Board of Directors
|Nadine Vaughan, Dave D'Ardenne, Rick Traum, Ann Fontaine
HERE for FilmAmelia! Silent Film Competition
Link to "Gospel Train" premiere HERE
Great Gospel Train article on Dave D'Ardenne, Don Flynn, and Nadine Vaughan HERE
Gospel Train Music Video HERE
Link to A Good Morning America piece on Amelia Island HERE
|Find your FireCat!
|FireCat! The Legend of Amazon Sage
Amelia island is a filmmakers fantasy....
Only minutes from a major airport;
The permitting process is easy to access;
Accommodations are top notch, from modest B&Bs, to a Ritz
Carlton on the beach;
and where an entire community of seasoned extras awaits your call--on-time and ready to role.
Amelia Island is a magical place who also knows her stuff...
to be outdone by some better known movie making places,
she recently staged an extras call that was second
Amelia Island never gets left on the cutting room floor...
Her deep, dark forests and Everglades
style marshes will capture your imagination.
Her home-town celebrations and old gothic
churches will make you proud.
Amelia defines "sexy with soul". She will romance
you into remembering her every day of your life.
|Buffalo Child (Dances with Wolves)
|Native Land actor on beautiful Florida beach
Florida's Film Production Guide HERE
Local Film Commissioner:
Assistant, Bretta Vigue
of the Amelia Island Tourist Development Council
402-B Centre Street,
Amelia Island, FL 32034
|Native Land: Lost in the Mystery of Time
|Available on Authorhouse.com & Amazon.com
All Island Accommodations
"Stand for Justice" is a photographic journal, starring indigenous people who stand for justice, compassion, peace, and respect.
Put together by Nadine Vaughan Williams, in honor of the people of the Oglala Pine Ridge Reservation and "Free Leonard Peltier"
campaign. Music is provided by Freeware.
CONTACT: Meredith Jewell
Fernandina Beach, Florida
Office of the Events Coordinator
For Location Permits
See a second Native Land trailer, "Pearl's Escape" HERE.
Amelia makes filmmaking a community event,
through her people, her resources, and her genuine good will.
Whether the fire and police department; local businesses and eating establishments;
or the volunteers of auxiliary and arts organizations such
as the Amelia Island Film Festival,
do their best to make filmmaking on Amelia, a mutually beneficial experience.
Give the gift that will last a lifetime. Purchase the hardcover of "Native Land: Lost in the Mystery of Time" at Amazon.com
or go directly to their Kindle store for a super low everyday price!