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Featured Film: The Other Barrio

Los Angeles Premiere Co-Written by Richard Montoya This independent feature film directorial debut from Producer/Director Dante Betteo is based on a noir short story by San Francisco Poet Laureate Alejandro Murguia. Shot on location in San Francisco and based on true events, THE OTHER BARRIO tells the story of housing inspector Roberto Morales as he investigates...

ChIFF & the Ballad of Gregorio Cortez

Last night, some of our ChIFF crew had the distinct pleasure to view the restoration world premiere of The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, starring Edward James Olmos.  For a couple of us, it was our first time ever being at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, home of the Academy Awards (aka...

Aun hay tiempo de enviar sus películas!!!

Amigos cineastas, aun hay tiempo de subir sus pelis!!! La convocatoria del Chicano International Film Festival sigue abierta hasta el fin del mes de Julio. Aun sigue aceptando en 9 diferentes categorías desde ficción, documental, corto narrativo, largometrajes, documentales, cortometrajes, LGBTQ, avante-guardé, y video musical. Las cintas ganadoras serán presentadas en Plaza de La Raza...

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Cine Sin Fin Origins

A La Brava Producciones Revolucionarias, Inc., a non profit organization founded in 1994, and the Cine Sin Fin: the Annual East Los Angeles Chicana/o Film Festival are dedicated to the dual mission of fostering artistic achievement and cross cultural understanding. A La Brava established Cine Sin Fin in the summer of 1995 by four...

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ChIFF’s History

In 1995, A La Brava Productions/Cine Sin Fin founded the first East L.A. Chicano Film Festival (now the Chicano International Film Festival).  Since 1995, the film festival has screened a vast array of films – including short and full length narratives, documentaries, and avant-garde films – exposing the perspective of Chicana/o culture and...

Volunteer Opportunities

ChIFF relies on the generosity and dedication of our community of volunteers.  We seek volunteers who share a commitment to supporting Chicano/a film and the arts.  Volunteers are an essential part of our film festival; including pre-festival preparations, special events, opening and closing night receptions, community outreach programs, live music and dance performances,...