San Diego Latino Film Festival Poster Competition invites, Photographers, artists, graphic designers! It’s that time of year again. $1000 cash prize. Media Arts Center San Diego’s 28th #SanDiegoLatinoFilmFestival (March 11-21, 2021) Annual Poster Competition is now open for submissions. Submit an iconic design that captures the essence of our annual celebration of Latino film, music, and art for a chance to be the face of the festival. The 28th edition in 2021 will feature both in-person screenings (at movie theaters, drive-ins, etc.) and virtual screenings. Artwork should celebrate this 2021 hybrid edition! Deadline: Dec. 15, ’20. Submit your entry here – https://filmfreeway.com/28SDLFFPosterContest
A panel of distinguished judges (composed of artists, graphic designers, marketing professionals and art educators) will select the winning poster according to the following criteria:
1 – Unique, positive, and non-stereotypical representation of Latino Culture
2 – Clarity and originality of message
3 – Impact, memorability, and appeal to general audiences
4 – Versatility for application on various mediums (web banners, postcards, etc)
5 – Design (type, color, composition, craft)
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK:
Option 1: Via FilmFreeway https://filmfreeway.com/festival/28SDLFFPosterContest
2: Via dropbox at – https://www.dropbox.com/request/YS2Bm2SjiBfMA7sF0w2C
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK VIA FilmFreeway:
1 – Create a profile by Signing Up to become a member with your email address.
2 – Go to the submission website: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/28SDLFFPosterContest
You will find rules and guidelines on this page.
3 – Click on the green button “Submit Now” on the right hand side of the page.
– Under “Project Type”, select “Photography”
4 – Submit your artwork as a project.
The San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) is presented and produced by Media Arts Center San Diego, a 501 c(3) non-profit organization.
Our reimagined VIRTUAL edition of our annual film festival will take place this year September 17-27, 2020 via the Eventive online film festival platform. Visit – https://sdlff2020.eventive.org/films
The 2020 virtual San Diego Latino Film Festival will be a 11-day celebration of Latino Cinema, Arts & Culture. The festival will present over 100+ films online from Latin America, the United States, and Spain as well as include live virtual Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and more.
Media Arts Center San Diego’s San Diego Latino Film Festival was established 27 years ago initially as a student film festival (Cine Estudantil) focusing on works by Latinos and/or about the Latino Experience. Since that time, the San Diego Latino Film Festival has developed into one of the larger and well-respected Latino film festivals in the world. Over 325,000 people have attended during the past 27 years and over 3,880 films/videos from across Latin America and the United States have been screened.
Past festival guests have included such renowned individuals as Dolores Huerta, Barbara Mori, Ximena Ayala, Hector Babenco, Guy Ecker, Iliana Fox, Adamari Lopez, Ludwika Paleta, Ana Serradilla, Rick Najera, Cecilia Saurez, Maya Zapata, Jaime Camil, Susana Zabaleta, Demian Bichir, Kate del Castillo, America Ferrera, John Leguizamo, Alfonso Cuaron, Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal, Carlos Carrera, Rodrigo Prieto, Alex Lora, Lupe Ontiveros, Bruno Bichir, Carmen Salinas, Luis Mandoki, Danny Trejo, Adal Ramones, Tony Plana, Elpidia Carrillo, Humberto Solas, Dennis Leoni, Arturo Ripstein, Paul Rodriguez, Patssi Valdez, Luis Valdez, Gregory Nava, Edward James Olmos, Lourdes Portillo, Moctesuma Esparza, Ray Bradbury, Jacob Vargas, Patricia Velasquez, Fernando Sarinana, Lucia Murat, Nancy de los Santos, Vanessa Bauche, Carlos Bolado, Carlos Avila, Edgar Bravo, Maria Canals, Enrique Castillo, Lumi Cavazos, Jorge Cervera Jr., Danny de la Paz, Ciro Duran, Evelina Fernandez, Gabriel Figueroa Jr., Vicky Funari, Zaide Silvia Guttierez, Clifton Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Stuart Gordon, Sal Lopez, Nestor Miranda, Allen Moore, Lucia Murat, Jeffrey Reyna, Richard Salazar, Mary Siceloff, Marisa Sistach, Jose Luis Valenzuela, Jacob Vargas, David Villalpando, Michael Peña, Wilmer Valderrama, Ofelia Medina, Tommy Lister, Aimee Garcia, Pepe Serna, and many more.
History of Media Arts Center San Diego:
MACSD evolved out of the San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF), which originated in 1993. Incorporated in 1999, MACSD has grown from a festival to a mid-size organization with diverse statewide programs and services for residents, visitors, and independent and amateur filmmakers.
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Top Prize: $1,000.00 dollars and promotional exposure in ALL marketing festival related marketing materials (national and international press exposure, the cover of the Official SDLFF 2020 Program book, print ads, TV commercials, social media posts, ads and web banners, etc.)
10 Finalists – 2 tickets to the 28th San Diego Latino Film Festival & limited promotional exposure