The Seattle Latino Film Festival (SLFF), remains dedicated to bring artistic and culturally relevant cinematography. Our previous festivals brought to the greater Seattle area films produced in Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Italy, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador, USA, Uruguay, El Salvador, Panama, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, UK, and Canada.
The Seattle Latino Film Festival (SLFF) embraces the mission to bring audiences and filmmakers together for an educational experience and to support the magic …
Seattle Latino Film Festival (SLFF) is turning 10. We are inviting designers, artists, professionals, and students from all over the world to produce a commemorative poster design that will represent the history and legacy of the SLFF.
The Seattle Latino Film Festival (SLFF) embraces the mission to bring audiences and filmmakers together for an educational experience and to support the magic of filmmaking as part of Hispanic culture globally.
The main objective of the SLFF is to connect Seattle to many different communities within our region and to connect our region to world communities.
We encourage you to be part of our amazing 10 year anniversary by submitting your project for consideration. The commemorative poster design shall celebrate our core values and our passion for Latino culture as well as Spain, 2018’s guest country.
Your creation will receive national and international exposure, including but not limited to: the cover of the official SLFF 2018 program book, print ads, social media posts, web banners, and many other visibility opportunities as well as the chance to win $500.
To submit your work
email: [email protected]
Subject: Poster Contest 2018
SLFF seeks board members that have a passion for our mission and the promotion of Arts and Education through cinema of Ibero-American countries, have the ability to work as a team, be willing to fundraise and offer at least one of the skills below:
•Skills with finance and fundraising strategies for 501(c) (3) organization
•Experience in event planning multi-day events •Knowledge of marketing and branding
•Experience in the development of organizational culture and structure
Board Member responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Approval of annual budget and oversee the fiscal responsibility of SLFF
- Commit to fundraise at least 2,000 per year on behalf of SLFF
- Organize and attend fundraising events
- Able to meet at least once every four months
- Develop resources to advance the goals of the organization
- Provide Direction to staff when necessary
- Be available to welcome international guests associated with SLFF
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest to [email protected] A staff member from SLFF will respond to your submission to make an initial connection.