Upcoming screenings 2018
WOFFF Best of the Fest Tour 2018
In cinemas and community venues around the UK our WOFFF Best of the fest Tour is currently screening award-winning WOFFF17 films, selected by a jury of industry professionals and voted for by our audience. More dates will be added when we have them.
Mother’s Ruin | London | 28 January |
Depot | Lewes | 26 February | Info & tickets here soon
Alan Stevenson House | Isle of Tiree | 3 & 4 March | Info & tickets
The Old Market | Hove | 20 March | Info & tickets
Towner Art Gallery | Eastbourne | Spring
Winning films at Duke of York’s Picturehouse
Our friends, Duke of York’s Picturehouse, are screening the top five WOFFF17 films over the next few months, along with some brilliant Oscar-nominated feature film gems.
To find out all about our 2017 WOFFF winners, head over to our Festival Report page.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our volunteers who helped WOFFF17 run so smoothly. Thank you Jennie, Fenella, Caragh, Carol, Evelyn, Camille, Emma & Jane – we really couldn’t have done it without you.
A massive thanks also goes to our amazing Volunteer Coordinator, Charlotte. Thank you for your enthusiasm and energy. You were wonderful!
We’ll be looking for more volunteers for WOFFF18 so if you’re interested in a film-focused, fun, friendly volunteering opportunity, watch this space! Our shout-out for volunteers will be in Autumn 2018.
We’re open for 2018 submissions and we’ve just had some very good news from the film submissions platform FilmFreeway.
Congratulations! Your festival has ranked as one of the Top 100 Best Reviewed Festivals on FilmFreeway for the month of February!
According to reviews from real FilmFreeway users, your festival ranks in the top 2% of more than 6,000 film festivals and creative contests around the world.
Head over to our submissions page for full details on how to enter your film to Women Over 50 Film Festival 2018.
Here’s our 2017 submissions map at the close of submissions last year:
We were excited to see so much blue in our map. It was great having filmmakers from Afghanistan, Iran and Egypt submitting work to us for the first time.
If you are or you know any filmmakers from the grey areas in our map, please help us get the word out and help WOFFF be even more blue in 2018.