Next WMM Workshop!
Creating The Right Festival Strategy for Your Film
Wednesday, November 5th 6:30p-8:30p
Ryan Harrington, Vice President, Artist Programs at the Tribeca Film Institute,
will discuss the Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund and Tribeca All Access.
Gucci Tribeca provides finishing funds to feature-length documentaries which
highlight and humanize global issues of social importance.
Eligible for consideration are films in production or post-production
that have not yet had a film festival premiere. Grants range from $10,000 to $25,000.
TAA supports working filmmakers and producers based in the U.S. and Puerto Rico,
who come from underrepresented communities in the film industry and whose projects
are in all stages of production or post. Grants awards are $15,000, plus eligibility
for Tribeca’s on-going alumni grants. During this workshop you'll have the opportunity
to ask questions and find out how to make your project stand out.
Year End Sale!
As 2014 winds down, Women Make Movies is thrilled to offer any 5 films for 65% off in nearly the entire collection!
WMM's catalog features a world renowned collection titles from around the world. Take a look at some of WMM's curated subject areas to fit the needs of your classroom, organization and library:
Including Academy Award® winner
SAVING FACE, these films fearlessly
tackle crucial human rights issues from sex-trafficking in
THE PRICE OF SEX to censorship in
FORBIDDEN VOICES: How to Start a Revolution with a Computer.
These films feature women coping with inadequate facilities, overcoming substance abuse,
sexual trauma, and struggling to nurture dreams long deferred. Women shatter misconceptions of
domestic violence in
SIN BY SILENCE,
THE GREY AREA takes feminism behind bars, while
MOTHERS OF BEDFORD
explores the experience of being an incarcerated mother.
View more subject areas and get offer details!