The California Film Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting film and media arts through the presentation of the internationally acclaimed Mill Valley Film Festival, now in it’s 39th year, the ongoing cultivation of the next generation of filmmakers and film lovers through CFI Education, which features a broad range of activities, including screenings, Q&A sessions and seminars with top international and local filmmakers & industry professionals as well as a rich program of classes and hands-on-workshops. Additionally, CFI acts as a year-round film-centric town hall with a diverse calendar of programming at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center, one of the leading non-profit independent theatres in the country. The art of storytelling through film enables CFI to touch 275k guests throughout the year with films and events that entertain as well as address a breadth of social, environmental and cultural issues.
The California Film Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and is largely donor and member supported. Your membership provides key support for our mission of celebrating and promoting film as art and education. For more information about membership visit http://www.cafilm.org