In a world where stories often go unheard, "From Place to Place" brings forth a powerful narrative that not only sheds light on the struggles of those aging out of America's foster care system but also inspired legislative change. We are thrilled to announce that this...
Introduction: In today's digital landscape, video contests have proven to be an effective means of engaging audiences and harnessing the power of user-generated content (UGC). If you're searching for a platform that not only simplifies the process of running a video...
On the eve of an election that has many American women fired up for change, Electable is highlighting films that tell the stories of candidates running for local office, particularly in "flyover" states. Celebrity judges of the short film contest include Ari Afsar,...
Oxford, MS (January 15, 2020) – The 2020 Oxford Film Festival (March 18-22) has announced an event filled edition of the acclaimed regional film festival with a special 30th Anniversary screening of Allan Moyle’s rebel youth classic PUMP UP THE VOLUME featured as the Opening Night Gala selection with Moyle himself on hand for the screening as well as Producer Sandy Stern, and Braden King’s searing drama THE EVENING HOUR presented as the fest’s Closing Night Gala following its debut at Sundance.
Two European female filmmakers in Hollywood, Dasha German and Gabriela Kostadinova have teamed up on creating their next road trip indie “BAD TRIP.”
December 5 – 8, Missoula-based global video platform will screen the year’s best short films and spotlight women innovators.
Audience Awards is excited to announce the 2019 Pop Culture Shorts Film Festival Winners.
Audience Awards is pumped to announce the winners of our 2019 Horror Shorts Film Festival. You can’t imagine how many films we received for this terrifying festival.
Citizens’ Super PAC -, OpenSource Montana – Launches Its Second Political Ad Contest Allowing Every Day Montanans & Filmmakers to Have Their Voices Heard in the Election of Montana’s Governor
Women in Film & Video (WIFV) celebrates its 40th Anniversary in late 2019, so we decided to develop a list of 40 women-made and/or women-centric films deserving of inclusion in the National Film Registry.