May 18, 2021, at 8:30 am PST - William F. White Coffee Chat with Janine Steele, Project Manager of Creative BC's new Domestic Motion Picture Fund. Chat Moderated by Katrina Mugume. (New Format - Zoom Meeting with Breakout Rooms)
April 27, 2021, at 8:30 am PST - William F. White Coffee Chat with Carmel Tanaka, the Elimin8Hate organizer for the Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF), and Barbara Lee, founder of VAFF. Moderated by Katrina Mugume.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING VIWFF 2021 A SUCCESS!
THE VIRTUAL FILM FESTIVAL RAN THROUGH MARCH 4 - 14, 2021
For film program and virtual event information: www.viwff.ca
March 30, 2021, at 8:30 am PST - William F. White Coffee Chat with Regina Leung, WIFTV Board Treasurer and chair of ARIA. Moderated by Katrina Megume. VIWFF BoF award winner guests: Maria Brendle for Ala Kachuu—Take and Run, Chen-Wen Lo for In This Land We’re Briefly Ghosts, Farha Khatun for Holy Rights, Jessie Anthony for Brother, I Cry, Zoe Naylor for Birth Time: the documentary, and Lulu Keating for the Ken Hayward Screenplay Competition Award.
March 29, 2021 - WIFTI WORLDWIDE WEBINAR: Men as Passionate Feminists with Tsiako Abesadze in conversation with Wade Channell, USAID
March 25, 2021 - WIFT Canada Presents: Women in View - On Screen Report
March 11, 2021 - WIFT Canada Presents: The Family Care Project
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.
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.
FROM OUR DARK SIDE CONTEST - Five Selected Projects Announced
VIWFF SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - Top Ten Finalists Announced
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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WIFT Canada Job Postings
posted on 3:07 PM, September 1, 2020
WIFT Canada is seeking a Project Manager and a Research Coordinator.
posted on 3:18 AM, May 19, 2020
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