2018 Festival

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR WOFFF18 LAUNCH NIGHT FILM – HALF THE PICTURE – HERE

WOFFF18 LINE UP

Our 2018 festival will feature more amazing short films centring on the lives and work of older women. We’ll be hosting our traditional all-female panel event and offering practical, fun workshops. The WOFFF filmmakers will be taking part in Q&As after each programme of shorts. There will also be special industry and networking events for filmmakers who come to WOFFF18.

Here’s our line-up so far.  More detail will be added to this outline when we have it.

When: Thursday 20 September, 6:00PM

Where: Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton

What: WOFFF launch event

Screening: HALF THE PICTURE by Amy Adrion.

HALF THE PICTURE celebrates the groundbreaking work of female film directors and investigates the systemic discrimination that has, for decades, denied opportunities to far too many talented women in Hollywood with interviews and insights from high profile women directors including Ava DuVernay, Jill Soloway, Lena Dunham, Catherine Hardwicke and Miranda July, among many others.

Post-screening discussion with Felicity Beckett from PIcturehouse on What’s Next for British Women Directors?  

Tickets: HALF THE PICTURE tickets

When: Saturday 22 September, 11:00AM – 8:00PM

Where: Depot, Lewes

What: WOFFF 

Four  programmes of international, short films (drama, documentary, animation and experimental) by or about women over 50. Followed Q&A with WOFFF filmmakers.

Three workshops, panel events, talks and lectures.

Tickets: https://lewesdepot.org/

Full price – £8.00. Concession – £4.00

When: Sunday 23 September, 11:00AM – 8:00PM

Where: Depot, Lewes

What: WOFFF 

Four  programmes of international, short films (drama, documentary, animation and experimental) by or about women over 50. Followed Q&A with WOFFF filmmakers.

Three workshops, panel events, talks and lectures.

Tickets: https://lewesdepot.org/

Full price – £8.00. Concession – £4.00

 

 

 A NEW HOME FOR WOFFF 2018

WOFFF 2018’s new home is Depot in Lewes, East Sussex. Depot is an independent cinema with café restaurant, bar, education room and editing suite. There’s a  beautiful garden too – perfect for the WOFFF late summer evenings in September. WOFFF Festival Director, Nuala O’Sullivan says, “We’re really excited by this new partnership between WOFFF and Depot. We can’t wait to bring WOFFF to this amazing state-of-the-art venue.”

People chatting in the sitting area of Depot, Lewes

 

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