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  • 19 Feb 2020 8:00 AM | WIFVNE Team (Administrator)

    CALL FOR ENTRIES! Submit your film (short film, feature narrative, or feature doc) to the 2nd annual Nevertheless Film Festival!

    Called “the first of its kind,” and featured in a video created by NowThis Her x TIME’S UP, Nevertheless elevates the work of womxn in film, as each film must have at least 50% womxn in designated leadership roles behind the camera in order to qualify.

    Find out more about our submission guidelines and submit your film today at www.filmfreeway.com/neverthelessfilmfestival

  • 18 Sep 2019 8:00 AM | WIFVNE Team (Administrator)

    The Athena Film Festival has opened submissions for the Lab at the Athena Film Festival at Barnard College. This three-day lab consists of intensive script development with seasoned mentors. It is designed for women writers who have not yet had a feature-length fictional script produced. Screenplays must include one or more strong woman character(s) in leadership roles at the center of the story and must be feature-length narratives.

    The 2020 Lab is February 26-28, 2020, in New York City.  Submissions accepted September 15 – October 15, 2019.

    For more info, please visit:  https://filmfreeway.com/AFFWISTLab

  • 14 Feb 2019 7:30 AM | WIFVNE Team (Administrator)

    Calling filmmakers: The @BAFTA-Qualifying @ASFFest is looking for those who are driving film forward through inspirational and innovative works. Enter your film: www.asff.co.uk/submit

    Celebrating innovation and excellence in filmmaking, ASFF is looking for emerging and established practitioners who are pushing the boundaries of filmmaking forward to showcase their talent and innovative work to wider audiences at the 2019 event.

    Filmmakers can submit their Short Films, Feature Films or VR & 360 works for consideration. ASFF also accepts works across multiple genres including: Advertising, Animation, Artists’ Film, Comedy, Dance, Documentary, Drama, Experimental, Fashion, Music Video and Thriller. Entries close 31 May.

    Previous festival winners have accrued international acclaim, achieving further nominations and prizes worldwide – most recently, ASFF’s 2018 Best of Festival Winner, Black Sheep, which has since been nominated for this year’s Academy Awards. 

    Prizes Include:

    ·         £1,000awarded to the Festival Winner

    ·         Northern Film School Award for Best Screenplay (£1,000)

    ·         Screenings at a BAFTA-Qualifying festival

    ·         Editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine (readership of 400,000)

  • 18 Mar 2013 8:00 AM | WIFVNE Team (Administrator)

    Now how does that saying go…”In like a lion and out like a lamb?” – Well, not this March as we are finishing off the month with a bang!

    Saturday, March 23rd 12:30-7:00pm WIFV/NE board members will have a table at the Massachusetts Production Coalition’s first ever Industry Expo.  The Expo is jam packed with amazing panelists, workshops and screenings.  Go here to register and make sure to stop by and visit us!

    Sunday, March 24 from 5:00-8:00pm join WIFV/NE board members at an evening networking event presented with WAM! Film Festival at Park in Cambridge. Everyone is welcome to attend the networking event, but only WIFV/NE current members receive a discount to the film festival.  For the discount code, please email us at info@womeninfilmvideo.org.

    Wednesday, March 27, 7:00-8:30pm  WIFV/NE and Barry Brodsky, Director of Screenwriting Certificate Program at Emerson College present “Crowdfunding Demystified”, an industry night panel with Boston based producers Kevin Tostado and Elaine McMillion, who both managed successful kickstarter events. The panel will be moderated by WIFV/NE board member Shannon Mullen. This event is only available to current WIFV/NE members and is free. Please RSVP by Monday, March 25 to shannon@womeninfilmvideo.org. For more information, please click here!

    Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 the WIFV/NE screenwriting competition begins accepting submissions. There are discounted rates for Early Bird submissions and for WIFV/NE members. The competition is open to everyone and full guidelines will be available starting April 2nd. We have great prizes lined up as well as a panel of five judges who will chose the winning script. Barry Brodsky, Director of Screenwriting Certificate Program at Emerson has generously accepted one of the judges seats! We will announce additional judges closer to April 2nd.

    And finally….we have revised and restructured the levels and benefits in our Membership Section and encourage everyone to take a look!

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