Oh What A Dream Come True, Worldwide Women's Film Festival 2018 Recap

After receiving film submissions from all over the world, WWFF hosted the first annual event to a solid audience that attended from all over the US and overseas. Awards, celebration, and fanfare were just a small part of this amazing event.
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - March 16, 2018 - PRLog -- Oh what a festival it was...the Worldwide Women's Film Festival was held Friday and Saturday, February 9 – 10, 2018 at the Harkins Shea 14 Theaters, located at 7354 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260.  It was a milestone achievement in showing 96 films from women filmmakers from all over the world in a day and half of film programming.

30 Awards were given out to selected films - see listing below.

Best Feature Film - Palyadawasi

Best Short Film - 116 by SHELTER FILM

Best Documentary Feature - Lives Well Lived

Best Documentary Short - Homestretch Foundation: Together we all move forward - Homestretch Foundation

Best Student Short Film - Our Last Summer

Best Student Documentary Feature - Snowflakes / Kar Taneleri / Berfîn

Best Student Documentary Short - Imagine This: The Documentary

Best Actor (Female) - Dee Wallace, Charlie's Gift the movie

Best Actor (Male) - Aaron Seever, STAY

Best Ensemble cast - Dark Dignity

Best Director - Camellia

Best Web Series - Agnes & Estelle

Best Horror - The Scarecrow

Best Thriller/Action - Inseparable

Best Animation film - 165708 Film

Best Sci-Fi - Real Artists

Best Editing - Lovers - Firedog Productions

Best Cinematography - PHOOLPAKHRU

Best Visual Effects 116 by SHELTER FILM

Best Original Music Score - The Avant-Gardener by Lindsay Katt

Best Music Video - Dance into the Party by Ari B

Best Experimental - The Avant-Gardner by Lindsay Katt

Best Comedy - Touch of Class by Elfenholz Film Lena Karbe

Special Recognition Award - Movies Making A Difference

Special Recognition Award - Girls and Glaciers

Special Recognition Award - Youngest Film Maker - Angie Violet Hawes

Special Recognition Award – Joy Bezanis

Audience Award - Short Film - Lures

Audience Award - Feature Film - Lives Well Lived

The two-day festival included on day one, the grand opening series of shorts and one feature film, and an after-party for attendees.  On day two, two theaters ran from morning to night showing the balance of films with another after-party on Saturday night.  The festival closed on Sunday morning, Feb 11th, with a Breakfast Panel with the highly talented, Elaine "EE" Moe who sponsored the panel and brought together a stellar panel of talented women filmmakers from the industry to talk shop, including Tamara McDaniel, Penelope Price, and Larissa Brewington.

A special thanks to all the sponsors including MoviesMakingADifference, Harkins Shea 14 Theaters, Ernies, Davisson Entertainment, MAGAW Theater & Actor Studio, Elaine "E.E." Moe, Fairytale Brownies, Life 9 Designs, Instaprint AZ, Film & Fashion Futures, and Chronic Behavior LLC.

Connect to the website www.wwfilmfestival.com to receive updates and new information as it becomes available for the 2019 Worldwide Women's Film Festival that will be held from Feb. 8 - 10, 2019 in Scottsdale, AZ.  WWFF will begin accepting submissions for the 2019 starting in April 2019.

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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Kim Huenecke (602) 525-3012
Eva Louis (480) 577-7653
E-mail: worldwidewomensfilmfestival@gmail.com

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