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WIFVNE presents Changing Landscapes: a panel discussion at NHFF

  • 07 Oct 2022
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • The Press Room, 77 Daniel Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801

WIFVNE presents Changing Landscapes: a panel discussion at NHFF

Join Women in Film & Video New England (WIFVNE) New Hampshire co-Chair Christine Altan, with special guests Nicole Galovski (Creator/Showrunner of Growing Up on Disney+, The Hair Tales on Hulu & OWN, What Would Sophia Loren Do on Netflix) and Anna Feder (Head of Film Exhibition & Festival Programs in the Visual Media Arts Department at Emerson College, Director and Producer of Never Again Para Nadie, a documentary on the Jewish organization protesting ICE) to find out how these dynamic filmmakers are changing the landscape of inclusion, gender equality, and thriving post-pandemic. Discussion will follow with audience questions and the opportunity to network.

*Stay for a special WIFVNE announcement at the conclusion of the panel.

Learn more here. 

The New Hampshire Film Festival is an annual fall event that unites professional filmmakers, screenwriters, and film industry experts with film lovers.

Founded in 2001, the non-profit New Hampshire Film Festival has become one of the leading festivals in New England and a highly anticipated Portsmouth, NH tradition. Over 10,000 attendees enjoy screenings of carefully curated films, lively panel discussions and buzzworthy events in addition to the multitude of dining and shopping options Portsmouth offers.

New Hampshire Film Festival is now an Academy Award qualifying festival The Short Film Awards.

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