In conjunction with the 7th Annual OKCine Film Festival

Promoting Latino Cultural impact on cinema, focusing on local filmmakers, artists, film lovers and history at the heart of the Hispanic Community


In response to the growth of our flourishing film community, Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill is honored to continue cultivating the OKCine Youth Film Institute in conjunction with the 7th Annual OKCine Film Festival.

The 7th Annual OKCine Film Festival offers the opportunity to promote diversity within the Oklahoma Arts Community by cultivating the creativity of local Latino talent, inspiring innovative influencers, fueling the future of film, building authentic bilingual narratives, curating the coverage of our stories and creating the capacity for collaboration.

OKCine Latino Youth Film Institute March 6-27, 2021

Key purpose: Broaden the exposure and access to the industry of film making and provide hands-on experience to Oklahoma Latino high school students: 14-18 with an interest in the film industry

OKCine Latino Film Festival April 23-25, 2021

Key purpose: The Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival promotes the Latino cultural influence on cinema and has become a showcase for local and international filmmakers with submittals from Mexico, Spain and South America

Amidst the pandemic, Festival Leadership remains committed to nurturing the integrity of the relevant, positive portrayal and accurate representation of Oklahoma Latinos. Communities of artists & audiences, alike are manifested into makers of not only multicultural, but multifaceted film. This impact manifests itself through student program instruction, adjudicated film projects, professional development for filmmakers and access to a broad realm of resources such as film forums, production platforms and distribution discussions.


For more information, please contact: Stephanie Peña at