As the government and our industry responds to the current state of emergency with new policies and programs we need to ensure that the voices of women working in our industry are heard and that our experiences and needs are taken into consideration with any new initiatives.  

To do this, we need your help. Tell us how your work and your life in our industry are being affected by this pandemic – in tangible ways such as lost pay, lost opportunities - and less tangible ways such as a loss of creative networking support or difficulties accessing resources.

Read our full request here, and thank you!

What's New

What's New

William F. White Networking Coffee Chat posted on 1:06 PM, March 27, 2020
  Tune in to the WIFTV Instagram for a live coffee chat with Fei Ren and Red Heartbreaker. Date: April 21, Time: 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Topic:  Red Heartbreaker Interviews Fei Ren Guest Speaker: Fei...
Mentee Announced for WIFTV’s William F. White Production Management Mentorship posted on 12:04 PM, March 25, 2020
Women in Film and Television Vancouver and William F. White International Inc. (WFW) are pleased to announce that Annette Reilly has been selected as the mentee for the 2020 Production Management Mentorship...
COVID-19 Links to Resource Sites posted on 9:33 PM, March 22, 2020
Many arts and industry organizations and the BC and Canadian government are taking measures to assist media workers negatively impacted by the pandemic. As well, several resource sites have been created...
VIWFF Celebrates Festival Award Winners on International Women’s Day posted on 2:21 PM, March 20, 2020
The Vancouver International Women in Film Festival (VIWFF) wrapped six packed and wonderful film-filled days with a sold-out Awards Gala on March 8th, International Women’s Day. Read the full press release...