Panavision to Donate Top Cinematography Prize
The Worldwide Women's Film Festival is ramping up to have an exciting third year and this announcement with Panavision really emphasizes the focus on filmmakers and their talents especially for women in film.
By: Worldwide Women's Film Festival
"I am so excited that Panavision has agreed to provide this tremendous award," says WWFF co-founder Eva Louis. "In addition to this recognition and support, we are super-thrilled that Panavision will be participating at the festival to present the award."
The festival, now in its third year, is open for submissions through Oct. 31 to feature length and short films with a woman in at least one key creative role of writer, producer, director, cinematographer, editor and/or composer. There are 26 award categories, including best feature, short, documentary feature, cinematography, visual effects, original music score, sci-fi, web series, with audience awards and more. A complete list is on the Festival website. The entire festival runs Feb. 7-9, 2020 at the Harkins Shea 14 Theatres, 7354 E. Shea Blvd. in Scottsdale, AZ.
"Panavision joins WWFF in championing the many creative and leadership roles women contribute toward the films showcased in this festival," says Panavision Marketing Executive Mike Carter. "We are pleased this award will be used to help support another independent filmmaker achieve their vision."
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For more information and updates, visit the festival's new website at www.wwfilmfestival.com, email worldwidewomensfilmfestival@
Eva Louis & Kim Huenecke