OKCine Latino Film Festival - Historic Capitol Hill


OKCine Latino Film Festival


The Historic Capitol Hill’s Board of Directors and Sponsors are proud to announce the return of the film and community celebration of Latino cinema and culture. The Oklahoma Cine Latino Film Festival promotes the Latino cultural impact on Cinema in the United States focusing on a unique mix of filmmakers, artists, film lovers and history at the heart of the Hispanic Community at Historic Capitol Hill.

The 3nd Annual OKCine Latino Film Festival will open with a presentation of short films created by teams of high school students.  These student filmmakers will be the first to participate in a 4-part Youth Film Workshop conducted by Rogelio Almeida and Victor Caballero. In addition, the festival will include presentations of a variety of feature films, documentaries, and short films, as well as panels and discussions where families and community members will experience a unique, family oriented and spectacular celebration of culture, music and Latin flavors through film.




Come experience a celebration filled with art, culture and talent!

Saturday, March 25th
CHK | Central Boathouse
  725 S Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73129



Latino Short Documentary
Latino Short Film
Latino Student Film
Oklahoma Latino Short Film

Awards & Prizes
Grand Jury Award
Best Oklahoma Short Film
Best Student Short Film
Best Short Documentary
Best Director
Best Screenplay
Best Actress
Best Actor 

Rules & Terms
ALL short films have to be less than 15 minutes in length 
Must feature Latino culture
Must have at least 1 Latino in the cast or crew
Submission deadline is March 6, 2017 

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