May 13, 2019
The Womxn’s Film & Video Network, initiated by the Winnipeg Film Group in January 2015, is dedicated to supporting the historically marginalized genders who work in film and video in Manitoba. The group is open to directors, producers, writers, crew members, and media arts administrators (etc) who are established, mid-career or emerging. We encourage those who are looking to start out in independent film and video to please join. No experience necessary! No age minimum or maximum.
We use the spelling “womxn” to be more inclusionary and intersectional. This group is specifically designed for cis or trans women, trans men, or non-binary folx living in Manitoba who currently work in film/video/media arts, or those that aspire to. The casual meet ups are FREE.
Our goal is to create a welcoming space for people who who currently work in film/video/media arts, or those that aspire to. The group is here to provide networking opportunities, enable connections, offer help, develop skills, find crew members, discuss opportunities, share info on potential jobs and to support one another.
Website – https://www.femtoba.com/
Facebook Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/wfvn.mb
Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/wfvn.mb
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/wfvn.mb/
FilmFreeway – https://filmfreeway.com/FemTobaFilmFest
For more info or if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Womxn’s Film & Video Network is currently organizing FemToba Film Chats and Fest, a speaker series and mini films fest highlighting prairie Manitoban filmmakers!
To check out FemToba Film Chats – including speakers such as Diana Thorneycroft, Rhayne Vermette, Lara Rae, and JJ Neepin – follow us on social media for event updates, or keep an eye out for the potential FemToba Film Chats podcast.
To check out FemToba Film Fest, mark your calendars for May 27th for the in-person screening on the WAG rooftop (tickets will be released), or submit a film using our filmfreeway – https://filmfreeway.com/FemTobaFilmFest.
Sara Bulloch is the current coordinator of WFVN and can be reached by email anytime – email@example.com. WFVN is a community group so we are always open to volunteers, ideas, etc.
Check out the next few FREE upcoming events:
WORKSHOPS! Leave a comment on our Facebook page if there is something you’d like to learn or experience through the WFVN!
Do you create film or video or want to?
Do you live in Manitoba?
Do you identify as a woman, non-binary, or trans man?
If you answered yes to these questions than you should definitely come out for one of the Women’s Film and Video Network meet-ups!
They are free and are a great way to meet others in the community.
February 5th, 2019 from 7:00pm-10:00pm – Our special guest Miranda Moroz will be providing info on GFF’s programs, film festival planning, and other filmmaking wisdom!
WFG Black lodge Studio, Room 304-100 Arthur Street
(in the Artspace Building in the heart of the Exchange District)
Please join us for casual mix-and-mingle networking sessions. This group, designed to create and support community, is specifically for women working in film and video in Manitoba.
We meet at the Winnipeg Film Group’s Black Lodge Studio or Media Lab, Room 304 at 100 Arthur Street. Meet-ups are always FREE to attend and are open to newcomers.
If you have any questions, want to volunteer or can RSVP please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join the email list or if you have any questions or comments please email email@example.com.
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