The Pachamama Festival is a celebration of global stories of cultural connection to the land through art, film, dance, talks, workshops and music.
We will be premiering some of the most exciting films to recently come out of Australia & Latin America. Beautifully shot, these stories will bring you close to the peoples who are actively trying to share their wisdom to keep our world alive.
Over the past 10 years with your support, we have built an international reputation as the “Embassy of Latin American Cinema in Oceania”, as well as the longest running and only non-profit Latin American Film Festival that incorporates arts, community and cultural development at its core. As we enter our 2nd decade, we invite you to continue with us on this challenging but powerful journey.
Perception shifting films from across Latin America and Indigenous Australia sharing stories of people and their connection to land, rivers and forests. Including the Australian premiere of ‘Daughter of the Lake’.
Since 2005, SLAFF has raised over $116,000 in support of 26 community development projects in Latin America and Australia.
In 2016, we will continue our Community Support Program by raising funds and awareness for grassroots community projects.