The Latin American Film Festival (LAFF) was a film festival dedicated to Latin American cinema, held annually in the city of Utrecht, Netherlands, from 2005 to 2013.
100s of films were screened, over a hundred Latin American guests travelled to the Netherlands and over 100k visitors visited the festival during it's run, so it was a massive event.
Although the festival is no longer running, it had a huge impact on the local and global Latin film industry, and we hope to see it return again one day!
Latin American Film Festival isn't the only festival that has stopped running. John Paul II, It Came From Lake Michigan, HBO Comedy Festival, Hazel Wolf, Filmstock, DocMiami, Daytona Beach Festival, Dark Carnival, CineVegas, Cardiff, Black Earth Film Festival, Big MINI, Angelus, Amelia Island, Optronica, Temecula, Big River, and Muskegon have all ended their festivals.