You're Invited to Submit to the WIFTI 2018 Short Film Showcase!
The Showcase is exclusively for WIFTI Chapter Members that are current on their dues.
Filmmakers in your chapter may submit their work to the showcase at no charge, which is one of the benefits of being a member of WIFTI. (As a member of NYWIFT, you are a member of WIFTI.)Submissions Process
All submissions this year will be processed through FilmFreeway.com. Films must have been completed in the past 2 years, 2016 or 2017. Films should not exceed 15 minutes in length. The Director must be female, and we encourage submissions featuring strong female characters and storylines. We would also like to see what other females were involved in the making of the film; Actresses, Producer, Director of Photography, Animators, Editors, etc.
The deadline to receive films will be January 10, 2018.
Each member must submit from their chapter a letter verifying they are a member in good standing to their chapter. This can be screen grab of an email or a PDF document on letterhead. This verification letter must include contact information to an Executive or Membership Director of the chapter. This letter must be uploaded with the film's press kit.
CASH prizes of $500 may be awarded to the top three films, from chapters in good standing. (Best of Narration, Best of Documentary, Best of Animation) selected by the Jury. These prizes will be awarded to the director of the film in Spring 2018.
A festival resource document is available upon request.
Please direct all questions about the festival to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please don't contact the NYWIFT office with questions about the festival guidelines as we are not running the festival ourselves.
Visit the WIFTI Shorts Showcase 2018 Submissions Page to read through the requirements and submit your project!
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: Dec. 22, 2017