Global Adoptee Transracial Film & Arts Festival (GATRFF)
The GATRFF will occur once every two years. GATRFF will cater to the adoptee community and its rich diversity,
as well as some of the emerging voices telling their points of view through film, words, music, and art.
Adoptee Hub hopes its festival will instill a sense of belonging in adoptees and their families as
well as raise additional awareness of adoptee experiences with the rest of the community.
The film festival supports Adoptee Hub’s goal to educate the community and public
by raising awareness about transracial adoptee experiences. The showing of these films, writings, and art is
to encourage interactive discussion and dialogue about adopted identities and the journeys of adopted individuals.
With the U.S. being home to one of the largest number of international adoptees in the world (according to
the U.S Department of State-Bureau of Consulate) GATRFF is important to a broad adoptee multicultural audience.