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Thursday June 26th in Beverly Hills @ flemings Steakhouse! First 20 people to RSVP will receive a free Happy Hour drink! Passed Hors' d' oeuvres the first hour. Great Happy Hour menu for additional purchase.
Now in our 6th year we have hundreds of filmmakers that can say they are a part of the Lady Filmmakers "Alumni Family". We are proud of our talented alumni comprised of women and the men who collaborate with them!
Call For Entries!
Next Submission Deadline is July 1, 2014!
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In this section we highlight achievements and news from our past Filmmakers, Cast, Honorees, Speakers, and Team Members!
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Amy Belling and AJ Bond of Stress Position
(2013 Best Experimental Film) happily announce a successful theatrical opening in Toronto at the Carlton Cinemain April and further expansion including Vancouver on May 23, 2014 at the Vancity Theatre. Get your half-price tix HERE. They also have a new campaign to raise funds for their next project: Support the campaign for S16mm feature SONGS SHE WROTE ABOUT PEOPLE SHE KNOWS.
Eljon Wardally of Docket 32357 is thrilled to announce that in October of last year, Docket 32357 The Web Series was born. With the help of Seed & Spark, a crowd funding platform, we were able to raise enough funds to make Lois and Valerie's story continue. We are almost at the end of the post production process and are excited to announce that the series is now available here: www.docket32357.com
Christine Elise McCarthy (festival programmer and alumni) has a new book Bathing and the Single Girl is 30% off on the eBook in the US, UK & Australia!!!! The sale begins in Canada on May 20th. Using the free Kobo app. You can then read it on your DESKTOP, eREADERS, TABLETS, IOS, ANDROID, WINDOWS. Go HERE and use discount code STOCKUP30.
Please Welcome our new Team Members!
Shahari Moore, Director of Diversity has joined the LFFF team! Shahari is an alumna of Chicago State University, where she earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and was a recipient of the Kanye’ West scholarship for emerging artists in 2007. As a post-graduate, she later completed workshops with Second City, the Hurston Wright Foundation, Nickelodeon Writers Lab, On The Page Studio and the Writers Guild of America West. Read moreHERE.
Sandy Marquis, Programmer and Advisor has joined the LFFF team! Sandy is a successful business owner with a wealth of arts/culture organization experience who has a devotion to,and a passion for,enhancing her community through the arts. In 2009,Sandy became a Board member of L/A Arts,the designated Arts Agency for Lewiston-Auburn,Maine and was subsequently elected Board Chair.While serving as Board Chair, Sandy created the L/A Arts’ Minerva Award which recognizes how the arts are used to address community-wide social, educational and economic development issues. The first Minerva Award was presented to a performing artist who has ties to both LA (east) and LA (west) – actor and philanthropist Patrick Dempsey, a Lewiston native and founder of The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing. Read moreHERE.
Did you attend last year's awards ceremony?
If not, check out the acceptance speeches of
Sharon Stone and Camryn Manheim!
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