What Do Women Want? Films, Films, and more Films!!
96 films from over 17 countries from all over the world, that's what this exciting two day film festival is all about! WWFF is less than 30 days away from taking Shea and Scottsdale Road by storm at the Harkins Shea 14 Theaters where they will be hosting their first annual film festival.
The two-day festival will include on day one, the grand opening series of shorts and one feature film, and an after-party for attendees. On day two, two theaters will be running from morning to night showing the balance of films with another after-party on Saturday night. The festival will come to a close on Sunday morning, with a Breakfast Panel with the highly talented, Elaine "EE" Moe who is working on bringing together a stellar panel of women filmmakers from the industry to talk shop. Tickets for the breakfast are also available for $25.00.
Connect to the website www.wwfilmfestival.com to receive updates and new information as it becomes available.
Elaine "E.E." Moe ... Artistic Director, co-founded the prestigious Megaw Theater, Inc. and Megaw Actors Studio Theatre of Los Angeles, the nationally recognized Megaw Actors Studio of CA/AZ and the Megaw Ranch, Fine Arts Retreat in Coquille, Oregon. She has worked in Los Angeles, New York, in regional theater, Off-Broadway, and as guest artist for Los Angeles Shakespeare Company, L.A. Olympic Theatre Festival, and solo-artists touring productions, Throughout her extensive entrepreneurial career she has earned distinguished critical honors and awards for her work as a director, actor, theatre administrator, arts management consultant, educator and master class coach. Her professional career reflects her lifelong dedication to developing artists in all mediums. She is an adjudicator/
WORLDWIDE WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL … WWFF was established in 2016 and is focused on highlighting the talents of women filmmakers from all over the world. The organization wants to be an epicenter in the film industry for recognizing the wide array of talents and quality content that is being created by women and other filmmakers collaborating to support women in the film and entertainment industry. Website: www.wwfilmfestival.com
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