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Four women entrepreneurs with over 35 combined years of film festival experience have united to present the Palm Beach Women’s International Film Festival set for April 7 through April 10, 2011. The inaugural event will present an entertaining and educational platform to see and appreciate independent, American and international film seldom seen in commercial theatres. Although these full-length features, documentaries, and shorts are made by women directors and producers, they reflect universal, gender-free themes in addition to women’s issues and concerns.
The mission of the festival is to produce a world class film festival that will inspire, promote and support women filmmakers, is equally devoted to supporting and enriching local women filmmakers and to serve our community by contributing to the economy and its diverse cultural population.
"Leading Ladies" Wins Top Prize at Inaugural FestivalFestival Closes with Sold Out CrowdsWest Palm Beach, FL (April 11, 2011) Erica Beahm, co-writer and co-director of “Leading Ladies,” danced her way to winning the top honor, as her film won Best Feature Film of the inaugural Palm Beach Women’s International Film Festival which ran April 7-10 at various locations in Palm Beach County.“I am elated that my very first film was completely sold out and won the top honor at the best...
PBWIFF 2011 FILMS:
(Films and special events are subject to change)
A complete film schedule will be available at www.pbwiff.com after March 10
Producer: Joseph de la Morte and Michael Skolnik
Directors: Paola Mendoza & Gloria La Morte
Writer: Paola Mendoza & Gloria La Morte
Cast: Paola Mendoza, Sebastian Villada Lopez &Laura Montana Cortez
Spanish w/ English subtitles
Highlights include 10 World Premieres, 7 US Premieres, Films from 15 countries and Sharon Gless Appearance(WestPalm Beach, FL) - Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - The inaugural Palm Beach Women's International Film Festival will open with The Whistleblower, Best Feature Film winner at Palm Springs International Film Festival, directed by female director Larysa Kondracki, starring Vanessa Redgrave and Rachel Weisz. The festival will wrap with the zany comedy Leading Ladies.The full line-up of films eith...
Be sure to enter your film in the Inaugural year of the Palm Beach Women's Film Festival. Films may be entered into 6 categories: Documentary, Short, Feature Film, Young Women's High School, Young Women's College and Young Women's College -Animation. Submissions can be made at the website, www.pbwiff.com, through Withoutabox. Student films will be accepted until February 28th.
Taking place April 7- 10, 2011, in Palm Beach County, Florida, the festival includes screenings at four venu...
As part of its mission to celebrate thework of women filmmakers, the Palm Beach Women's International Film Festivalhas invited young female student animators to submit their films in astudent showcase: Animated Women. The deadline for Student Animation entries is February 28th,2011. Filmmakers can enter at the festival's website, www.pbwiff.com, through Withoutabox. The art of animation is much wider inscope than the worldwide-known cartoons, andformats such as stop-motion, puppetry...
Womenfilmmakers from every corner of the globe have submitted more than 200 entriesto the first-ever Palm Beach Women's International Film Festival. Thecompetition has attracted movies from Europe, North and South America,Australia, India, Japan, Mongolia and Iran. The final deadline forgeneral entries is February 1, 2011...be sure to get your entry in and be part ofthis inaugural Women's Film Festival.Filmsmay be entered into 6 categories: Documentary, Short, Feature Film, YoungWomen's High Sch...
Why the Palm Beach Women's International Film Festival counts!
You don't need Windex to see the glass ceilin at Pixar films, as director Brenda Chapman just learned! Walt Disney Studios confirmed recently that Brenda Chapman--hailed as the first woman to direct an animated film "Brave" for Pixar films has been replaced by a male director. Neither studio gave a reason for this change but Pixar has been criticized in the past for the lack of women behind the camera.
Four local women entrepreneurs with over 35 combined years
of film festival experience have united to present the Palm Beach Women’s
International Film Festival set for April 7 through April 10, 2011.
The inaugural event will present an entertaining and educational platform to
see and appreciate independent, American and international film seldom seen in
commercial theatres. Although these full-length features, documentaries, and
shorts are made by women directors and producers, th...
About Palm Beach Women’s International Film Festival PBWIFF