The Chi-Town Multicultural Film Festival

The Chi-Town Multicultural Film Festival - 2015
  • Friday, November 6, 2015 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

CMFF provides a vehicle for nationwide exposure of quality, thought provoking and envelope pushing films. It's a celebration that focuses on stories, people, and passions that are too often unexplored or honored in mainstream filmmaking. 

Categories at CMFF range from documentaries, dramas, comedies, music videos, sci-fi / horror, inspirational films, animation and LGBTQ stories.

CMFF is the place to mix and mingle with other like-minded filmmakers while enjoying red carpet premieres and an exciting awards event that honors an film industry personality and recognizes community pacesetters. 

This years film festival will screen film projects from Olayinka Hassan, El Porter, Mary Horan, Jessica Estelle Huggins and Allen Nettles, as well as, present the " Out of the Thinker" Award to two (2) outstanding individual/organization (L.A.P.I.S. and Margaret Caples Taylor). Also, we will have mind blowing artwork for viewing, as well as, have delicious cuisine on display from Lindsey E. Bates and Chef Tony Russell.

www.cmfilmfestival.org

Opening:
Black Cinema House
7200 S Kimbark Ave
Chicago, IL
Phone: 312-857-5561
Neighborhood:
South Shore
Fees:

The 2015 Chi-Town Multicultural Film Festival is "FREE" and open to the public, but donations will be accepted. 

Chicago-based artists include:
Lindsey Bates - Multimedia Artist - www.whozthethreat.co Chef Tony Russell - Owner @ Chef On The Go & Executive Director - Young Chefs Program L.A.P.I.S - (Latin American Professionals Impacting Society) Margaret Caples Taylor - Community Film Workshop