The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA)

The Georgia Latino Film Alliance seeks to inspire, promote, and advocate for Latino content creators in media, as an established non-profit organization, The GALFA advances the development of Latino content creation through its programs focusing on narrative, documentary, television, and digital formats.

The Georgia Latino Film Alliance is a membership-based 501(c)(3) arts non-profit with a mission to lead the community, both locally and worldwide, in creative and cultural discovery through the moving image. The Georgia Latino International Film Festival also presents the Academy Award® qualifying Films throughout the year through private screenings.

Creating Opportunities for Latino Filmmakers in Georgia


For over 11 years the Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA) has advocated for our filmmaking community members.  We are a Georgia membership organization that addresses the professional needs of Latino/a film makers in Georgia. We are uniquely position to be the only Latino film/media association in Georgia, our goals are to address issues affecting the most underrepresented and the largest ethnic minority in the country. GALFA was founded in 2015 by a group of concerned Latino citizens in Georgia producers, content creators, academics and media advocates. The Question who was telling our stories? If anyone should be the creative voices of our stories, it’s us… Latinos in the United States.

It is all about relationships… From connecting writers to actors, producers to directors and talent, we are the hub of the Latino Georgia film community.

GALFA’s mission is to promote, advance and advocate for Latino content creators across media.

Our Values are:

  • Commitment to Latino/Latina content creators, regardless of the form or content of their work
  • Commitment to respect and promote diversity and inclusion based on a code of ethics open to and respectful of differences
  • Commitment to solidarity and accountability
  • Commitment to alliance building and multiple visions of Latino/Latina experiences within the local, national, international and global context