ATLANTA, GA — August 17, 2023 — (NOTICIAS NEWSWIRE) — The Georgia Latino Film Alliance(GALFA) is proud to present the 12th annual Georgia Latino International Film Festival,(GALIFF) scheduled for September 21st to 24th, 2023 in Gwinnett County. The four-day extravaganza celebrates independent filmmakers and honors Hispanic Heritage Month, promising a cinematic experience like no other.
As the premier film festival in the Southeast and the only Afro Latino curated Film Festival in the country, GALIFF continues to shine the spotlight on talented Georgia filmmakers and Latino filmmakers from around the world.
Attendees will be immersed in a world of captivating storytelling, workshops, and diverse perspectives, featuring films and directors from all over the United States, Spain, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. The Georgia Latino International Film Festival stands apart from other festivals, providing an intimate setting that fosters networking, idea exchange, and artistic growth for filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike.
“We are thrilled to bring together filmmakers and film lovers for a weekend dedicated to the magic of cinema and the celebration of Latino culture,” said Carla Berkowitz, Chairwoman of the Georgia Latino Film Alliance. “Our festival continues to be a beacon of creativity, showcasing the very best in independent films, nurturing local talent, and promoting diversity in the industry.”
The festival will be held at the prestigious Gas South District Center and various other venues throughout Gwinnett County. Attendees can purchase full festival passes, granting access to all events, screenings, and receptions.
Event Details: www.GALIFF.org
Date: Thursday, September 21- Sunday September 24th, 2023
Time: Registration and Reception 6:00 PM
Opening Night Commencement: 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM EDT
Venue: Gas South District Theatre 6400 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Duluth, GA 30097
“We take great pride in our role as the only film festival that highlights Latino talent in Georgia,” says Yvette Moise, President, and Co-Founder of GALFA. “Through GALIFF, we aim to bridge cultures, transcend borders, and nurture the creativity and vision of our filmmakers.”
Join us as we bask in the beauty of cinema, celebrate Latino culture, and pay homage to Hispanic Heritage Month. The Georgia Latino International Film Festival promises a weekend of immersive experiences, captivating stories, and unforgettable memories for film enthusiasts of all backgrounds.
For more information about the Georgia Latino International Film Festival and how to participate, please visit www.GALIFF.org
About the Georgia Latino Film Alliance
The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA) is a non-profit 501c3 organization committed to supporting and promoting Latino representation in the film industry. Through various initiatives, workshops, and events, GALFA aims to create opportunities for Latino filmmakers to tell their stories, develop their skills, and engage with a wider audience. The Georgia Latino International Film Festival is one of the flagship events organized by GALFA, showcasing outstanding independent films from around the world and celebrating the rich diversity of Latino culture.
Presenting Sponsors Comcast Universal Telemundo, Motion Picture Association.
Generously Sponsored by Disney, Warner Bros. Discovery, RudHilCo. Grace Williams CPA. Discover Dekalb, Atlanta Search Group Gwinnett County Government, Georgia Entertainment News, G Media Insurance, Lumexx Media, LA Collab, Latinas Rise, Country Financial, Nuestra Stories, La Mega Mundial, Telemundo 34, Georgia Production Partnership.
About The Georgia Latino International Film Festival
The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALIFF) is a pioneering organization with a profound mission to build awareness of independent films as a powerful art form. More than just a film festival, GALFA seeks to provide educational opportunities for aspiring filmmakers and students. By creating a platform for Latino and Georgia-based filmmakers to showcase their work, GALFA empowers the next generation of storytellers, fostering a thriving community for cinematic expression in Georgia.