Published On: Fri, Oct 4th, 2013


October 11 – 13, 2013 in ATLANTA, GEORGIA

galffHonoring Hispanic Heritage Month The Georgia Latino Film Festival brings diversity in filmmaking by showcasing today’s Latino most creative minds in Films. Bringing to Georgia new voices and stories from all over United States, Latin America, Spain and Mexico.

Atlanta, Georgia , Sept 25th 2013 Atlanta, Georgia will roll out the red carpet once again as the 2nd Annual Georgia Latino Film Festival ( ) starts in October. The festival will run from Friday, October 11th through Sunday, October 13, 2013 in the heart of Georgia’s growing arts and entertainment capitol …Atlanta. General screenings will be at the Plaza Theatre and receptions and events will be held at Clark University and Georgia Pacific conference center in Atlanta, Friday through Sunday. Headliners are Rick Najera, Yancy Arias, Marimar Vega, Chef Raul, Legendary Mexican Director Felipe Casalz, Kico Valarde, Georgia Performer Seich and directly from Puerto Rico international singing sensation Ricky Luis.

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Georgia Latino Film Festival, co-founded by Jose Marquez , CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association and Lance Robertson, CEO Robertson Media Group, in order to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month and showcase the richness of Georgia’s film industry’s emerging Latino talent. The festival’s mission is to support and promote the development and exhibition of works by Latino filmmakers including producers, directors, writers and actors, as well as movies that depict Latino culture.

“This year our goals are to bring it up a notch”, said Jose Marquez, CEO, LISTA Co-Founder and and Executive Director, Georgia Latino Film Festival. “With new partners, advisors, more films and musical acts the Georgia Latino Film Festival and our community will reach new heights and so will the Film and TV Industry in Georgia.

“The Georgia Latino Film Festival is a unique festival that goes above and beyond to make each filmmaker and their work feel special,” said Lance Robertson CEO of Robertson Media Group and Co -Founder of Georgia Latino Film Festival, the films and directors we will showcase this year has energy in droves, It will have energy and buzz. What more could you want from a film festival?

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Successfully launched 2012, the GALFF is quickly becoming the next “it” festival that will brings together diverse film buffs from all walks of life from the Atlanta community and celebrities and executives from all around the world. Last year GALFF premiered 2 films and showcased over 20 films from US and international directors, held industry panels /workshops and an acting workshop for middle school students taught by Pepe Serna. Our greatest accomplishments though is Discovering United States Latino artistic talent develop, while telling our stories and developing our talent. This year with our partners we will bring Clark Atlanta University Film and TV students workshops to make sure we develop the next generation Latino storyteller.

Georgia Latino Film Festival 2013 will present feature films, documentaries, shorts and special screenings. In addition, filmmakers and the public will be able to participate in workshops as well as musical events.

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About Georgia Latino Film Festival: The Georgia Latino Film Festival (GALFF) was founded in 2012 by co-founded by Jose Marquez , CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association and Lance Robertson CEO Robertson Media Group. GALFF is a working non-profit 501c (3) organization with the mission to educate and develop and exhibit the richness of Latino filmmakers and to promote and create awareness of the Latin cultures, artistry and countries through film. GALFF also offers industry workshops, panels, networking receptions and educational programs non competitive festival the GALFF does award Best Movie Long/Short and Best Documentary Long/Short, chosen by the audience. GALFF serves as a place where Latino filmmakers can come together and build their network with industry buyers and distributors.

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