National Society of Film Critics Honors WMM with a 2021 Film Heritage Award!
We are delighted to announce that the National Society of Film Critics, whose annual awards are widely considered as some of the most prestigious film critics awards in the United States, has chosen Women Make Movies to receive a 2021 Film Heritage Award! In the Society’s announcement, they wrote that the Film Heritage Award, intended...
WMM Filmmakers Recognized at Critics Choice Documentary Awards
Congratulations to Melissa Haizlip for winning Best First Documentary Feature for MR. SOUL!, made with the support of WMM’s Production Assistance (PA) Program, and to PA Program alum Kirsten Johnson for winning Best Director and Best Documentary Feature for her new film DICK JOHNSON IS DEAD in the 2020 Critics Choice Documentary Awards!
ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA selected as Venezuela’s 2021 Oscar Entry
We’re proud to announce that ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA (Dir. Anabel Rodríguez Ríos), made with the support of WMM's Production Assistance Program, has been selected by Venezuela as the country's International Feature entry for the 2021 Oscars.
Attend the 2020 One Woman One Vote Film Festival!
Women Make Movies is excited to partner with One Woman One Vote to bring you the 2020 One Woman One Vote Film Festival in celebration of the centennial of the 19th amendment of women’s suffrage. Join us in watching this inspiring collection of films about women leaders and politicians.
As Classes Move Online, WMM is Here to Support You
It's been quite a week, which is a complete understatement. First of all, we hope you are safe and healthy. Second, as many of you scramble to rapidly transition to online teaching, know that Women Make Movies is here to support you. We're brainstorming ways we can help you bridge the virtual distance.
As Film Festivals Are Cancelled, WMM’s Women’s History Month Virtual Fest Offers an Alternative
Filmmakers, distributors, and cinephiles have been stunned and saddened at the wave of film festival cancellations due to the global spread of the coronavirus. The staff at Women Make Movies is discussing what we can do to provide alternatives.