The 5th annual OKCine Latino Film Festival will return as a 2-day festival in the historic Capitol Hill District
Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill Board and Sponsors invite the public to the 5th annual Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival, now a 2-day festival scheduled for March 8th and March 9th in the heart of the Hispanic community.
Friday, March 8th | Doors open 5:30pm | 6:00-10:00pm
OCCC Capitol Hill Center, 325 SW 25th, OKC, OK 73109
Calle Dos Cinco celebrates the Latino Culture in the Historic Capitol Hill District. OKCine Latino Film Festival promotes the impact of this Latino culture in cinema, showcasing local and international filmmakers. The ticketed event, Opening Night, will feature "International Latino Short Films" and for the first time, "Feature Length Films" at the OCCC Capitol Hill Center.
The event will also feature high school student shorts created by the young filmmakers from the 4-week Youth Film Workshop: Class III instructed by Rogelio Almeida Jr. and Victor Caballero. The workshop provides hands-on experience in the filmmaking world and the opportunity to meet professionals involved in this industry.
Almeida shares his excitement, “This year, the OKCine Latino Film Festival celebrates 5 years of Latino culture through cinema, highlighting the importance of the artistic and educational value of all films. Through the workshops, we’re able to help guide the young minds of Oklahoma’s next generation of filmmakers.”
FREE OKCINE LATINO FILMS
Saturday, March 9th | 12:00 - 5:00 pm | Capitol Hill Library, 327 SW 27th, OKC, OK 73109
The 2nd day is FREE and open to the public and will feature "International Films and Documentaries" from Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Panama, Puerto Rico and the U.S. We are honored to serve as a platform where the exquisite work of Latino filmmakers can be showcased and celebrate them as great examples to other aspiring filmmakers who dream of high regards.
Come experience an evening of visual storytelling while supporting aspiring filmmakers at the OKCine Latino Film Festival, Friday, March 8th and 9th at Calle Dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill.