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San Diego Latino Film Festival

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San Diego Latino Film Festival
Mickey J. Brijandez and Miguel Rodriguez at SDLFF in 2018
Founded byEthan van Thillo
Most recent2023

The San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) is an annual film festival founded in 1993 and based in San Diego, California.


The festival helped pave the way for diverse groups and cultures in the film industry.[1] Ethan van Thillo founded the festival in 1993.[2][3] In 2000, they received over 5,000 attendees[4] and in 2002, van Thillo said the festival really came together with help from participants and media outlets that visit from Tijuana.[5] In 2007, the Arte Latino exhibit was included at the festival's screenings.[6]

Each year, a competition is held with different posters to decide which one will represent the festival.[7] By 2011, the Premio Corazon Award was designed by Lizet Benrey[8] and the festival's 12th annual Cinema En Tu Idioma, a series of films, had a one week run at Ultrastar Mission Valley Cinemas near Hazard Center station.[9] In 2023, the 30th anniversary festival took place at AMC Theatres at Westfield Mission Valley and Digital Gym Cinema.[10]

Notable films

Notable attendees


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  2. ^ Baxter, Kevin (1998-10-01). "Cinema Espanol". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  3. ^ a b c Hanna, Gigi (2000-03-06). "Latino Film Festival to come". North County Times. p. 9. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  4. ^ "'Luminarias' examines Latinas' struggles". The Star-News. 2000-06-16. p. 17. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  5. ^ Werner, Louis (2002). "Zooming in at San Diego". Americas (English ed.). Washington. ProQuest 235266398. Retrieved 2023-12-15 – via ProQuest.
  6. ^ "Arte Latino exhibition issues call for 2007 entries". The Star-News. 2006-10-13. p. 14. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  7. ^ Sainz, Pablo Jaime (2015-01-30). "SD Latino Film Festival selects this year's poster". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  8. ^ "2010 San Diego Latino Film Festival Catalogue by Media Arts Center San Diego". San Diego Latino Film Festival. 2010-02-22. p. 33. Retrieved 2024-01-09 – via Issuu.
  9. ^ Castañares, Arturo (2011-07-29). "San Diego Latino Film Festial Opens 12th Annual Cinema En Tu Idioma Film Series with a "Mini Festival"". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  10. ^ "San Diego Latino Film Festival Celebrates 30 Years in Cinema Spotlight". Times of San Diego. 2023-03-08. Retrieved 2023-12-17.
  11. ^ a b c Garcia, Fabian. "Festival Recap: San Diego Latino Film Festival 2023". UCSD Guardian. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h Castañares, Arturo (2010-03-05). "2010 San Diego Latino Film Festival Brings The Best of Latino Cinema to San Diego/Tijuana Border Region". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  13. ^ a b "Ninth Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival Opens Today". North County Times. 2002-03-14. p. 61. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  14. ^ a b Heath Jr., Glenn (2016-03-20). "23rd annual San Diego Latino Film Festival celebrates diversity". San Diego CityBeat. Archived from the original on 2016-03-20. Retrieved 2023-12-31.
  15. ^ Sainz, Pablo Jaime (2014-11-07). "Come support Latino cinema". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  16. ^ Castellanos, Marielena (2019-03-21). "'Mi Vida Loca' Continues to Inspire". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  17. ^ Villafana, Andrea Lopez (2017-08-03). "'Our Barrio' Highlights the Latino American Experience". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  18. ^ Castañares, Arturo (2016-06-17). "Luis Guzman Comedy 'Puerto Ricans in Paris' Returns to San Diego (June 17 – 23)". La Prensa San Diego. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  19. ^ a b c d McVicker, Nicholas; Accomando, Beth (2018-03-13). "San Diego Latino Film Festival At 25". KPBS Public Media. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  20. ^ a b Guzman, Jose (2009-03-16). "2009 Latino Film Festival is a quick trip around the world". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  21. ^ a b c d e f g "Latino film festival seeks entries". The Star-News. 1999-11-06. p. 10. Retrieved 2023-12-15.
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  23. ^ Serrano, Lucía (2023-03-11). "Estrellas se reúnen en la inauguración de la 30 edición del San Diego Latino Film Festival". Los Angeles Times (in Spanish). Retrieved 2023-12-15.
  24. ^ "'Great works' slated for Latino Film Fest". The Star-News. 2000-02-19. p. 10. Retrieved 2023-12-15.

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