Branching off from The Indie Gathering International Film Festival comes the United Latino International Film Festival. The Indie Gathering began in 1996, and through all our years of accepting film submissions, we have recognized the outstanding quality of Spanish-language films and a greater demand for a Hispanic/Latino film festival..
The United Latino Film Festival exists to showcase the Hispanic/Latino independent filmmaker. Our mission is to encourage filmmakers through a competitive showcase of independent features, documentaries, shorts, and music videos. Filmmakers participate in their screenings and after the films speak with audience members who seek a closer look into the creative process.
Awards & Prizes
Awards to attending filmmakers include trophies, plaques and certificates.
Rules & Terms
Films may be submitted from any country but MUST be in Spanish. All films REQUIRE English subtitles. If your film is in both English and Spanish, all English portions will require Spanish subtitles, and all Spanish portions will require English subtitles.
After submitting your project, e-mail your project information and genre selection to email@example.com.
Film Genres: Action / Animation / Comedy / Comedy-Romantic / Documentary / Drama / Drama-Comedy / Drama-Crime / Drama-Romantic / Experimental / Family / Fantasy / Horror / Horror-Comedy / Martial Arts / Sci-Fi / Slasher / Suspense-Thriller / Trailer / TV Pilot / Web Episode / Western
If your film is selected to screen, you MUST send us a hard copy of your film (DVD or Blu-Ray) in NTSC Region 0 or Region 1 format. We will not screen from files, and we cannot screen PAL discs. We can ONLY screen from playable discs. Any selected film that is not received will be replaced in our lineup, with no exceptions.