California Film Institute

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Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center on 4th Street in San Rafael, California.

The California Film Institute, (CFI), is a film organization based in San Rafael, California. The organization exhibits films year-round at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, presents the annual Mill Valley Film Festival and DOCLANDS Documentary Film Festival, and supports the year-round CFI Education Program. The founder and current director of CFI is Mark Fishkin.

Mill Valley Film Festival[edit]

Founded in 1978 by Mark Fishkin, the Festival is held every October, and screens over 200 US and international films for over 70,000 participants.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mill Valley Film Festival 1978" (Press release). Mill Valley, CA. 1978.