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Dublin Feminist Film Festival 2018

Dublin Feminist Film Festival has established firm roots on Dublin’s cultural calendar, shining a spotlight on women in film. DFFF promotes and celebrates female filmmakers, hoping to inspire and empower others to get involved in filmmaking. This involves considering women on-screen, but also behind the camera, through the dual-aspect of celebrating and showcasing fantastic female filmmaking, as well as de

Call For Entries 2018

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Film submissions are now open! We are interested in any kind of short or feature film that is queer, radical, feminist, political, revolutionary, sex-posi- tive, provocative, critical, experimental, animated, artistic, innovative, progressive or documentary. There are no restrictions as to genres, formats, length or year of release. English subtitles are required for all non-English or non-German films. For the film viewing we only accept digital copies, submitted as ...

Barrage, Review by Siraj Syed: Exquisite ennui

Barrage, Review by Siraj Syed: Exquisite ennui Some exquisite nature photography cannot save this Luxembourg-Belgium-France co-production from recurring ennui. A wafer thin story about three generations of women, Barrage sticks to its theme, though it moves at snail’s pace. Previewed at a Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) screening for members of its film club, the film is in French language and has English sub-titles. Barrage in French means dam/block/barricade, not quite the Engli...

Call for 2017 Film Submissions

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The 2017 Women's Voices Now (WVN) Online Film Festival Submissions Open: October 17, 2016, 9AM PST Submissions Close: February 6, 2017, 11:59PM PST Official Selections Notified: February 10, 2017 Online Film Festival: March 8, 2017- April 5, 2017, 11:59PM PST Award Winners Notified: April 12, 2017   Contact: wvnff2017@womensvoicesnow.org $10,000 IN CASH PRIZES Submit your film here: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/WomensVoicesNow The 2017 Women's Voices Now (WVN) Onl...

Women's Voices Now Online Film Festival

The 2017 Women's Voices Now (WVN) Online Film Festival

 

Submissions Open: October 17, 2016, 9AM PST

Submissions Close: February 6, 2017, 11:59PM PST

Official Selections Notified: February 10, 2017

Online Film Festival: March 8, 2017- April 5, 2017, 11:59PM PST

Award Winners Notified: April 12, 2017

 

Contact: wvnff2017@womensvoicesnow.org

 

$10,000 IN CASH PRIZES

 

Submit your film here: https://filmfreeway.com/festival/WomensVoicesNow

 

The 2017 Women's Voices Now (WVN) Online Film Festival is an opportunity for films and filmmakers interested in exposure and advocacy for women’s rights, and teaming up with WVN to have your films seen around the world. Films must be about women’s social, economic, and political issues. Films by women and men are accepted into the festival. This is the fourth WVN Online Film Festival.

 

Women’s Voices Now seeks to amplify the voices of all women. We believe in the power of free expression to realize the aspirations of women's rights. At WVN, we look for compelling films in the documentary, narrative, and experimental genres that push boundaries and subvert expectations. We are looking for films that are relevant to our global community and which tell unique stories and amplify voices of women from around the world. We judge all film submissions based on relevance of subject matter to our film festival, strength of a film’s storytelling (use of structure and image to communicate a compelling story), and the technical aspects of filmmaking.

All films in any language other than English are encouraged to submit; however, all films must include English language subtitles. There is a $20 submission fee for each film submission. Submissions are incomplete until we receive a high resolution, screening-ready, digital download.

By submitting your film to our festival, you agree to our Rules & Regulations and Licensing Agreement.

 

For more information on Women’s Voices Now: www.womensvoicesnow.org.

 

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THE GRAND RAPIDS FEMINIST FILM FESTIVAL

The Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival is a celebration of films made by and for feminists, women-identified, genderqueer, people of color, and other under-represented groups. We are seeking short films from or featuring feminist-identified and women-identified filmmakers. Professionals, amateurs, students and community members locally, nationally and internationally are all welcome to submit. The film festival will be held Sunday,  September 13, 2015 at Wealthy Theatre  in  Grand Rapids, Michigan.
 
To be considered, films must:
 
Have been directed, written and/or produced by feminist or woman-identified person(s) or feature these people in the film
Be less than 20 minutes in length
Include trigger warnings when necessary
Fall in line with social justice advocacy

The London Feminist Film Festival is now accepting films

After a year's break, London Feminist Film Festival is back for 2015 and submissions are now open!   Submit your film to us here: http://londonfeministfilmfestival.com/2015-submissions/   We look forward to receiving your films and to seeing you at the festival! More details to be announced soon.   To receive our newsletter, email newsletter@londonfeministfilmfestival.com   Find us on Facebook at and on Twitter. ...

ANOTHER EXPERIMENT BY WOMEN FILM FESTIVAL

ANOTHER EXPERIMENT BY WOMEN FILM FESTIVAL (AXW for short) GIVES WOMEN’S WORK A REAL TIME & SPACE IN NYC!!

DEADLINE for the AXWFF's 4th SEASON - going up in 2015 is NOV 11, 2014 FEE: $10 (for up to 3 submissions)
http://anotherexperimentbywomenfilmfestival.com/

TO SUBMIT:
http://anotherexperimentbywomenfilmfestival.com/submission-info/entry-form/

AXW has promoted and screened experimental shorts since 2010 in Manhattan NY. Many of these films feature underrepresented themes and issues distinct to women and girls, are usually made by women and, sometimes, men.

Six screenings per year are presented thru NEW FILMMAKERS NY at ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES. All program notes remain on our web-site.

We recommend submitting shorter works of around 10 minutes and under, as these are easier to include. Narrative dramas, and conventional documentaries are unlikely to be included, unless they are exceptionally original/experimental in form and/or content.

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AXW/online is a streaming site of short shows, that pays the filmmakers for their work, and serves to archive women's films that seerve as a record of their thoughts, expressions, and film-craft.


 


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Cortos Verdes interviews Dawn Westlake

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Dawn Westlake was recently interviewed by Cortos Verdes Internacional, an online cinema magazine out of Mexico. To read the full interview (in Spanish) click here: http://cortosverdes.blogspot.mx/2014/11/dawn-westlake-directora-productora.html   ...

AXWFF - Another eXperiment by Women Film Festival

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Another eXperiment by Women Film Festival (AXWFF) promotes and screens moving images in any media, made by women, that encourage critical thinking and dialogue. ANOTHER EXPERIMENT BY WOMEN FILM FESTIVAL (AXW for short) GIVES WOMEN’S WORK A REAL TIME & SPACE IN NYC!! Presented through NEW FILMMAKERS NEW YORK Wednesday November 19 , 2014 — 7:00pm Anthology Film Archives, 2nd Avenue & 2nd Street, New York, NY admission: suggested donation $6 **************...

AXWFF - Another eXperiment by Women Film Festival

Another eXperiment by Women Film Festival (AXW for short) gives women's work a real time & space in New York City.

AXW promotes and screens moving images in any media, made by women, that encourage critical thinking and dialogue.

Experimental Short Films are provocative, exciting, spontaneous, and sometimes forbidden, but unfortunately, they’re somewhat unknown. So we’ve opened the doors of the AXW/online web site where the Festivals can be seen 24/7/365: http://AXWonline.com

London Feminist Film Festival

The festival aims to counterbalance the mainstream film industry’s narrow representation of women and its neglect of feminist issues by showing a season of feminist feature films, documentaries, and shorts made by women directors from around the world.

The London Feminist Film Festival will be a celebration of feminist film making and will showcase up and coming women directors as well as screening rarely-seen feminist classics. The films will be feminist in their representation of women and /or their handling of feminist issues.

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