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DC Chinese Film Festival (or DCCFF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to discovering outstanding Chinese cinema around the world and to encouraging cultural diversity through films. The 4th DC Chinese Film Festival is scheduled to take place in Washington D.C. September 27-30, 2018. This year the festival committee is putting together a richer and more diverse program for participants and audiences.
The DC Chinese Film Festival (DCCFF) was founded by Mr. Yibin Cai in 2011, and since then has been running under the leadership of a group of young film enthusiasts from China and the US. Within the DCCFF Team are professionals working in film, media and communications, as well as students studying at top film schools. DCCFF believes that cinema can be a powerful universal language and a form of communication to encourage cultural diversity. To this end, the Festival has worked tirelessly to discover talented Chinese-speaking filmmakers, films in Chinese, and/or films about Chinese-speaking cultures. In an effort to bring together these filmmakers and other talents in the film market, DCCFF hopes to create an international platform for the creative minds behind films, as well as production and distribution companies from both China and the U.S.
DC Chinese Film Festival (or DCCFF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to discovering outstanding Chinese cinema around the world and to encouraging cultural diversity through films.
• Film Festival
As our biggest event, the biennial DC Chinese Film Festival held in Washington DC is a true celebration of contemporary Chinese cinema and multicultural experience. During the one-week festival, you should expect:
- Numerous screenings of feature-length and short narrative, documentary, animated and experimental films that are otherwise hard to access.
- Meet with filmmakers and scholars to learn about the creative process and culture through after-screening Q&As, panel discussions and mini forums.
- Opening night, closing award ceremony and various networking events.
Screenings, panels and other events are held in various venues in the D.C. metropolitan area.
• Year-round Events
Besides the festival, we also hold occasional events including film screenings, master classes, discussion forums, and community gatherings.
• Chinese Films Oversea Promotion and Distribution
DCCFF also partners with production and distribution companies in China and North America, using our expertise and network to help Chinese films with oversea promotion and outreach.