Opening Friday, December 7th, from 6PM - 9PM
Join us for the Chi-Town Multicultural Film Festival Opening Night Film Screening and Reception.
Drink wine while mingling with filmmakers, artists, special guests, and community supporters for a special evening kicking off the 5th Edition Film Festival on the Red Carpet.
Darlene Hunt, ExtraOrdinary Casting, 2018 ‘Out of the Box Thinker’ Award Honoree
Music will be provided by DJ RegQ.
The evening will be hosted by Actress/Arts Educator/Writer Mar Vanna Avery Cash.
by Shwenn Shunya Chang
A poetic story about searching for an unexpired romance, a mélange of sexy fantasy and innocent love.
Conversations Centered Around Black Bodies: Militant Mother
by Chris Jon Conti
Following the death of Korryn Gaines at the hands of police officers, a woman and her male boss discuss the trauma from watching videos of death on social media and how age and gender alter their experiences and perspectives.
by Hart Ginsburg
An existential search for the meaning of space in our contemporary fast paced lives.
by Steven LeFever
12 foreigners in Tokyo have paths entwined more than they realize. Shawn seems to have found his footing in a country he longed to live in for a while. He has finally established his video production company, but with a partner, Kin, who hasn’t fully assimilated himself as efficiently. Money doesn’t seem to be an issue, but perhaps making real personal connections is. Not just for both of these individuals, but also for Malcolm. He has lost his long-time girlfriend, and it doesn’t seem he will get her back, so he loses himself in the fantasy of arcades, not being able to find the warmth of reality in an often cold city
by Tyler Pina
After losing five years behind bars, a man begins his new life in San Francisco, eager to find a job, a home, and a second chance.
IT’S A GIRL
by Mehnaaz Nadiadwala
An Urban family drama based on an issue of female genocide
Happy Valentine’s Day
by Judy Febles
A 10 year old girl is making a Valentines Day card for her crush, her mother wants to know for who, so she snatches it from her daughter to discover it’s not what she thinks.