A Selection of Australia’s Top Short Films by Female Filmmakers
WIFT VIC is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with the St Kilda Film
Festival to bring you a selection of shorts competing for the title of Australia’s Best
We are also excited to announce that award-winning producer and WIFT VIC
patron Sue Maslin will be our host for a post screening Q&A with some of the
evening’s featured filmmakers.
This event will be offered at a special discounted price of $9 for WIFT VIC members
– normally $18 full price or $16 concession. Members should check their inbox for
the discount code!
We can’t wait to see you there! x
7:45pm, Thursday 27th June
St Kilda Town Hall
HARNESSING THE GREENLIGHT PROCESS
On behalf of Compton School and WIFT VIC, thank you to everyone who attended
The Greenlight Process Workshop. Dr David Court and Andrea Buck were inspired
by your passion and enthusiasm for filmmaking, and your commitment to harnessing
the strategic elements of the pitch.
This was a pilot workshop, the first of a continuing series that focuses on the
selection and development of story ideas … so stay tuned for more to come!
“I have attended multiple events organised by WIFT in recent times and I feel that
the space WIFT has created at each allowed everyone to be very open and
supportive of each other which I think is extremely valuable in working in this industry
which can sometimes be a little daunting.”
“I found it really empowering and impactful to have David talk about tangible markers
for creativity and stories that are worth pursuing … Any opportunity I have to focus on
my creative projects is incredibly motivating and productive.”
Submissions are open for the Natalie Miller Fellowship.
Submissions are open for the 2019 Melbourne Women in Film Festival.
Submissions open for Village Cinemas’ Unscene Film Festival.
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