Vancouver International Women in Film Festival Program Announced!

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Tickets on sale on February 25, 2021!

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To view full programming please visit viwff.ca
 
Feb 23, 2021, 8:15 am - William F. White Coffee Chat with Marena Dix, Chair of Festival Programming, and a sneak peek at our soon-to-be-announced VIWFF 2021 program, with special VIWFF 2021 guests Rhone Rhees and Camille Hollett-French from FREYA, and Karen Lam from The Curse of Willow Song. Moderated by Katrina Megume. 
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Call for Focus Group Participants: Producers, Writers, Directors

Women writers, directors and producers from under-represented communities, particularly Indigenous, Black and People of Colour women creatives, and women from under-served film and television production regions across Canada, are invited to participate in a focus group meeting.

WIFT Canada Coalition is partnering with Dr. Amanda Coles at Deakin University in Australia, and Professor Deb Verhoeven at the University of Alberta, on an important research study funded by the Canada Media Fund. The project examines how risk assessments related to film and television development and production under COVID-19 interact with the specific challenges the pandemic poses to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion in the Canadian film and television industry.

Details here.

FROM OUR DARK SIDE CONTEST - Five Selected Projects Announced

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VIWFF SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - Top Ten Finalists Announced
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Feb. 11, 2021, at 1ET - WIFT Canada Presents Cross Canada Check-In featuring award-winning journalist and CTV Your Morning's Anne-Marie Mediwake with award-winning radio and personality and self-made internet sensation Sabine Daniels. 

WIFTV ACTOR MENTORSHIP PROGRAM - Mentee Selection Announced
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March 11, 2021 - The Women in Film and Television Canada Coalition has partnered with Reel Families for Change Canada, to launch an industry-wide survey on issues and realities faced by women, and caregivers, in screen-based industries. If this applies to you, please fill out the survey here.
February 2, 2021 - Meet Your Fellow WIFTV Members - Hosted by Debra Sears with Guest Members Esabella Strickland and Kerry McDowall
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January 28, 2021 - WIFT Canada Presents #CripTheScript - We examine visible and invisible challenges faced by Disabled creators, some solutions, and the unique voice they bring to storytelling. 
January 25, 2021 - WIFTV Annual General Meeting
January 14, 2021 - WIFT Canada Presents - Positive Vibes from a Negative Year - Moderated by Shana Mayra, with Kerry Swanson, Joan Jenkinson, Tamara Dawit, and Kathleen Beaugé.

From Everyone on the WIFTV Board and Staff—Wishing you a Safe and Happy Holiday Season and New Year!

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Our virtual office will be closed from December 23, 2020 – January 3, 2021.
Our physical office continues to be closed at this time until further notice.
Please stay tuned for AGM news coming in January.

WIFTV Welcomes Grace Chin as the new Interim Managing Director!

Grace Chin     
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Did you miss one of our webinars or coffee chats?  Watch them here.

WEBINAR RECORDINGS

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What's New

What's New

WIFT Canada Job Postings posted on 3:07 PM, September 1, 2020
WIFT Canada is seeking a Project Manager and a Research Coordinator.   
Webinar Recordings posted on 3:18 AM, May 19, 2020
If you have missed any online events, click in for the webinar recordings!
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