We launched on Thursday 14 September at Picturehouse Duke of York’s, followed by two days of films, Q&As, talks and workshops at The Sallis Benney Theatre in the University of Brighton on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September.
Poster designed by Nicholas Smith
A little bit of WOFFF herstory
In 2015 we held our first prototype festival – Short Hot Flush – celebrating women over 50 in film. We screened 27 international short films, hosted a panel event and awarded prizes for best animation, best drama and best documentary, as well as a prize for the audience choice award.
Want to submit a film?
We’re closed for submissions for 2017. When we’re open again, early in 2018, here’s what you need to know:
For a film to be eligible for submission to WOFFF it has follow one of these two simple rules. The film has to have a women over 50 at its centre OR have a woman over 50 in the core creative team (writer, director or producer). Head over to our submissions page for full details on how to enter your film to Women Over 50 Film Festival.