The purpose of the Georgia Latino Film Alliance is to conduct an Georgia Latino Film Festival celebrated in the state of Georgia, that features Latino directed, produced and acted films among other national and international entries. Through this Film festival we will showcase latino talent in Georgia and educate and empower the next generation of latino storytellers.
The mission of the Georgia Latino Film Alliance is to build awareness of independent films and film as an art form; provide educational opportunities for students and Georgia Latino filmmakers and create opportunities for the Georgia communities to experience high-quality Latino films.
To make sure that our stories are being told in Hollywood, Georgia and around the world, that our community has a place in Georgia where Latino film executives, directors and artists at the forefront of the Latino Film, TV, new media and animation industry can come together to discuss the future of our industry and create a vehicle to develop the next generation of Georgia Latino filmmakers.
The Georgia Latino Film Alliance and Festival is a 501(c) non-profit under the direction of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association Inc. (LISTA). Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association Inc. (LISTA) is a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit providing institutions, organizations, events and corporations with technology and cultural enrichment services. These services include presentations, workshops, lectures, film festivals and more.
The Georgia Latino Film Festival operate in Norcross Ga. Located just minutes from Eagle Rock Atlanta Studios, Stone Mountain and Old Historic Norcross. Norcross is a small town known for it’s arts centers, restaurants and easy access to area attractions, trails, restaurants, shopping and scenic byways.
The Georgia Film and TV Office, a component of the Georgia’s Department of Economic Development is an annual supporter of the event and is sponsor of the festival and it’s activities. Georgia Latino Film Festival is Produced by Georgia Latino Film Alliance and JAMIII Entertainment.