WOW! 18th World Of Women Film Festival 2012
WIFT NSW is calling for entries to the fabulous 18th WOW Film Festival scheduled to celebrate International Women’s Day, 2012 screening for 3 days from 6th - 8th March 2012 to celebrate women in filmmaking.
The WOW – World of Women Film Festival will screen a diverse program of the best short films made with key creative input by women, Australian and International.
WOW is a unique showcase of films by women, allowing for a different storytelling and giving another perspective… of the world through women’s eyes.
WOW 2012 aims to be a festival of discovery, celebration, debate, networking and an inspiration for new work. WOW's online festival will also screen selected films to a registered international audience.
WOW short film competition
Entries are welcomed from any genre, with a variety of production values, from emerging and established filmmakers representing different backgrounds and nationalities. WOW welcomes works from every sector of the Australian & International women filmmaking community, particularly from Australian indigenous filmmakers and other under represented groups.
Films must either have a woman DIRECTOR, or, if it is directed by a man, must have a woman in at least TWO of these categories: PRODUCER, WRITER, EDITOR, CINEMATOGRAPHER, PRODUCTION DESIGNER / ART DIRECTOR, CENTRAL ACTOR IS A WOMAN.
WOW DIGI–VODULE COMPETITION:
Entries are for short form films designed for the “Small Screen” under length of four minutes. Finalists selected will be up loaded to our YouTube channel and the Vodule with the most hits will win our Vodule competition.
Screening 6th to 8th March 2012 in Sydney, Australia and travelling to locations in Australia & overseas.
Earlybird entries end: 15th of July 2011
Regular entry closing date: 15th of August 2011
Late entry closing date: 15th September 2010
Discounted ENTRY FEE for ALL WIFT MEMBERS around the World!
Download Guidelines and Entry Form from www.wift.org/wow
Or enter via WITHOUTABOX
Email the Festival Director or ph / text 0402 246 601
Or download the press release here.