Watch the NYWIFT Fall Shorts Festival
NYWIFT is proud to announce that the NYWIFT Fall Shorts Festival, our first-ever online film fest, is live now through November 17! Join us in celebrating 40 Years of Women Calling the Shots.
Head over to Indevue to check out the lineup of 74 projects by NYWIFT members.
Each project will be available for viewing at any time through the duration of the festival, so gather your friends and have a NYWIFT binge-watch party!
There will also be special scheduled Live Screenings for films throughout the festival 11/1-11/17. Live Screenings are shown in Indevue’s real-time theatre, featuring a live chat room where audiences, filmmakers and NYWIFT members can interact and chat with each other. Chat rooms open 10 minutes before Live Screenings and stay active until you close your browser window.
To view the Live Screening lineup:
- look at Calendar: http://bit.ly/2hbU2LI
- look at Lineup on Righthand column on NYWIFT Festival’s Homepage
Every project will be featured once in the live screening "theatre" online, so be sure to check the calendar for ones you want to see. Some of the filmmakers will be available to do a live chat talkback! Projects are grouped each night by genre, and we'll post on social media each day announcing who you will see that night. Be sure to follow @NYWIFT on Twitter and Facebook for updates.
- Audiences must be logged in on their Indevue account to view NYWIFT’s Online Film Festival and chat during the Live Screenings.
- Create a free account here: https://www.indevue.com/register
Subscribe to Festival:
Subscribe to NYWIFT Film Festival for updates on upcoming screenings, full film lineups and more: http://bit.ly/2hdOeBD
Use this link to share the NYWIFT Festival with friends and family across your social networks: http://bit.ly/2liYsVX
We hope you'll join us in honoring our 40th anniversary and celebrating the work of our fabulous members!
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Nov. 1, 2017