THE REST I MAKE UP AT MOMA
THE REST I MAKE UP
-- Michelle Memran's award-winning documentary about visionary Cuban-American playwright, María Irene Fornés, will have a week-long screening in New York at the Museum of Modern Art
, from August 23 - 29
EMMY AWARD NOMINATIONS
NATIONAL BIRD (dir. Sonia Kennebeck, prod. Ines Hofmann Kanna) and JACKSON (dir. Maisie Crow, prod. Jamie Boyle), alums from our Production Assistance Program, are nominated for News & Documentary Emmys. Congrats to all the filmmakers!
IFP FILM WEEK
The 2018 IFP Film Week Project Forum has been announced and 9 projects supported by WMM's Production Assistance Program are participating! Congrats to the filmmakers of
- UNTITLED CRIMINAL JUSTICE/ HIGH SCHOOL PROJECT (dir. Maisie Crow, prod. Heidi Reinberg)
- PRAY AWAY (dir. Kristine Stolakis, prod. Jessica Devaney)
- PEOPLE'S HOSPITAL (dir. Siyi Chen, prod. Rouhan Xu, Violet Feng)
- NARROWSBURG (dir. Martha Shane, prod. Beck Kitsis, Dan Nuxoll)
- THE IN BETWEEN (dir. Robie Flores, prod. Alejandro Flores)
- MADIDI (dir. Elizabeth Unger, prod. Kate Brooks)
- WOMEN IN BLUE (dir. Deirdre Fishel, prod. Beth Levison)
- THIS BODY, TOO (dir. Arisleyda Dilone, prod. Ian Bell)
- JACINTA (dir. Jessica Earnshaw, prod. Holly Meehl, Nimisha Mukerji).
IFP Week Project Forum
will take place in Brooklyn, NY on Sept. 15 - 20. Click here
for more information.
The Production Assistance Program accepts fiscal sponsorship applications on a rolling basis. Click here
for more details.
Secrets From Successful Editors
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 | 6:30PM EST
How do you have something to show funders before having the funding to hire an editor? It's the catch-22 every filmmaker struggles with. This workshop presents 4 master editors -- 3 of whom have also sat in the director's seat -- for a process-oriented masterclass about how to find an editor, have a successful collaboration, and how to get to a rough cut while waiting for funding. WMM welcomes these extraordinary craftswomen in conversation: Hemal Trivedi (Among the Believers, Saving Face), Ann Collins (Swim Team, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold), and Carla Gutierrez (Las Marthas, RBG). Moderating the discussion will be editor Sabine Krayenühl (Virgin Tales, Mad Hot Ballroom). This will be an illuminating conversation not to be missed! Stay after the workshop to mingle with fellow filmmakers and meet the editors!
Please note: If you prefer to register by phone,
contact us at 212-925-0606 ext 3100
Stay tuned for this season's line-up of workshops and webinars!
All WMM workshops and events are open to the general public and our offices are ADA compliant.
From cutting-edge documentaries that give depth to today's headlines to smart, stunning films that push artistic and intellectual boundaries in all genres, Women Make Movies (WMM), a non-profit feminist social enterprise based in New York, is the world's leading distributor of independent films by and about women. Our Production Assistance Program assists women directors with their productions from concept through completion with fiscal sponsorship, consultations and other technical assistance. We work with creative, ground-breaking films which win awards at festivals around the world. Films and filmmakers we have supported have been nominated for or won Academy® Awards in 12 of the past 13 years.
Women Make Movies gratefully acknowledges the support of our funders: The National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation with encouragement from Rebecca Gregg
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