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Women Of Color Film Festival


The Women of Color Film Festival aims to provide a forum for both emerging and established women artists of color. Our goal is to provide the community with a progressive showcase of films by an underrepresented sector of the film industry.

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Women's International Film & Arts Festival

The overarching mission of WIFF is to become the premiere film festival in the world for women to network, screen their films, and recognize the brilliance and accomplishments of women throughout the globe.


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






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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.


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Woodpecker International Film Festival

Woodpecker International Film Festival (WIFF) is India's premier competitive film festival focusing on issue-based cinema. The first edition of the festival was organised in 2013 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. Launched in the backdrop of the completion of 100 years of Indian Cinema, the festival was a tribute to the Indian cinema for its ability to nurture diverse genres of films and filmmaking traditions in the country. 
Today, Cinema is at an important crossroad. While the distinction between mainstream and parallel cinema is almost getting blurred, a new breed of alternative filmmakers, successfully blending entertainment and meaningful cinema, is taking ground. Woodpecker International Film Festival (WIFF) aims to showcase this rich mélange of visual creativity to promote films and filmmakers focusing on socially pertinent themes.
The last one decade in India has seen tremendous changes particularly on communication and technological fronts. With easy accessibility to new technology and availability of new communication channels, reach and impact of visual messages has grown significantly, both in rural and urban areas. Be it short films, documentaries or social advertisements, they have now become an immensely powerful tool of communications aimed towards bringing desired social change. WFF thus would like to comprehensively cover the wide spectrum of issues that have caught the attention of new breed of filmmakers in the recent past, be it gender, public health or environment. A major attraction of the film festival would be forum activities. Seminars, conferences, workshops and master classes to help filmmakers and film enthusiasts explore contemporary issues, network with professional associates, hone their filmmaking skills and share the power of storytelling through cinema.
The festival and forum is part of the 'Cinema for Change' initiative of CMSR Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation based in New Delhi. The Foundation, a registered body under the Indian Trust Act, has been established to harness the power of information, education and communications to bring positive social change. To know more about CMSR Foundation log on to

Woods Hole Film Festival

Festival Still Active please see current listing.this is 20th edition 2011

An eight day Festival of Independent Film held each year on Cape Cod, Massachusetts from the last Saturday of July through the first Saturday of August.

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Woodstock Film Festival

The Woodstock Film Festival has established itself as one of the best independent film events in the country by premiering exceptional films by established and developing filmmakers. The fest also present A-list concerts, parties, panels, and creates innovative and stimulating programming including Focus on Music, Exposure and Youth Initiative. 

The festival has drawn rave reviews nationwide from filmmakers, industry members, film lovers and the media alike. WFF was named by indieWIRE magazine as one of the top 50 film festivals in the world in 2010. 

Cash, prizes and/or services are given out in each category including: Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary, Best Short (Narrative, Student, Animation and Documentary), Best Cinematography and Best Editing. Recent sponsors have included Toyota, Lowel-Light, Markertek, Ketel One, Hudson Whiskey, Hendricks Gin, Blue Sky Studios, Gigantic Pictures, BCDF Pictures, Panavision, TIME magazine, BMI and others. 

Industry participants have included Keanu Reeves, Adrian Griener, Jonathan Demme, Mark Ruffalo, Vera Farmiga, Nat Wolff, Timothy Hutton, Michael Imperioli, Ellen Barkin, Ang Lee, Kevin Smith, Tim Robbins, Marcia Gay Harden, Ethan Hawke, Matt Dillon, Rosie Perez, Lucy Liu, Uma Thurman, Steve Buscemi, Bruce Beresford, Jonathan Sehring (IFC), Bob Berney, Robin Bronk, Eamonn Bowles (Magnolia Pictures), Bingham Ray, James Schamus (Focus Features), Fisher Stevens (Greenstreet Productions), John Sloss (Cinetic Media), Ron Mann (Films We Like), Christine Vachon (Killer Films), Mira Nair, Todd Haynes, Woody Harrelson, Lili Taylor, Albert Maysles, Barbara Kopple, Leon Gast, Tim Blake Nelson, Richard Linklater, Robert Downey, Zachary Sklar, Kevin Bacon and many others.

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