From its start and for the last 4 years the Georgia Latino Film Festival has provided a platform for over 100 films, documentaries, shorts and Web series, offering rewards and encouragement to our new generation of artist. Alumni success stories range from veteran actor Tenoch Huerta “The 33” and Marlon Moreno “Casando Luciernagas Chasing Fireflies” to last year’s rising star awardee director/writer/actor Victor Cruz “The Stockroom” – introducing new talent to the mainstream film industry.
Our Audience are Change Agents and Future Storytellers of our Community.
The festival annually attracts a audience of artists, entertainment executives and upscale film enthusiasts from around the Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain. The GALFF supports newcomers, junior and senior artists in unprecedented ways, and fosters a tremendous amount of goodwill in the Hollywood/Georgia Film community.
The Georgia Latino Film Festival captures the attention of media and press and generates more 750,000 media impressions each year. The Festival has been written about in many mainstream as well as Latino American, entertainment and trade papers including CNN Espanol, Atlanta Alive, Univision, Telemundo , Film and TV Professional, Stage 32, Oz Magazine, Negocios Now and Hispanic Executive .
Top Fortune 500 corporations engage in partnerships with the Georgia Latino Film Festival to promote their brands, services and multicultural initiatives to the festival’s highly desirable Latino audience. The Festival also receives support from Georgia Film and Entertainment Office, Mayor Kasim Reed Office of Film and Entertainment, television broadcasters, equipment companies, film studios and Georgia Production Partnership, all working to together for the future of the Latino storyteller and cultivate relationships with Latino talent across Georgia. The GALFF partners are essential to its long-term success, which in turn contributes to the growth of a more diverse America.