Atlanta has become a bustling film city in the last several years, with tons of filming happening in the city itself, and amazing screenings happening all over town.
If you love film and have been itching to go to a one-of-a-kind film festival in Atlanta, the Georgia Latino International Film Festival is just the spot for you! Kick off Hispanic Heritage month with an amazing film festival, focused on celebrating Latine filmmakers from all over the world.
The Georgia Latino Film Alliance is proud to present the 12th annual Georgia Latino International Film Festival (GALIFF), scheduled for four incredible days in Gwinnett County. GALIFF celebrates independent Latine filmmakers, including actors, writers, directors, producers, and so many more. The Georgia Latino Film Festival is also proud to be one of the most diverse film festivals in the country produced and curated by Afro Latinos.
Where is it?
GALIFF will be in three locations this year:
- Aurora Theatre – 34 E. Crogan St, Lawrenceville, GA 30046
- Gas South Convention Center – 6400 Sugarloaf Pkway, Duluth, GA 30097
- Silverspot Cinema at The Battery Atlanta – 960 Battery Ave SE Suite 5000, Atlanta, GA, 30339
When is it?
The festival will take place over four days, starting the evening of Thursday, September 21st, 2023, and wrapping up Sunday, September 24th, 2023.
For a more specific schedule, check out the Georgia Latino International Film Festival schedule!
Who can attend?
This year, GALIFF is expecting over 1,500 attendees. All are welcome to enjoy and celebrate Latine film!
What should guests expect?
Attendees of the Georgia Latino International Film Festival are in for a true treat this year! Not only will they be fully immersed in the dazzling storytelling of these independent filmmakers’ works, but they can also expect to learn in filmmaking workshops, and hear diverse perspectives from panelists during talkbacks. The festival is proud to feature films and directors from all over the world, specifically: United States, Spain, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean.
The Georgia Latino International Film Festival proudly provides the space for creatives to network, grow, learn and celebrate their work and identities.
If you’d like to attend this year’s festival or learn more, you can check out their website for all the information!