Made in Dagenahm

#WOFFFWatchalong Welcome to our Thursday 9 April 2020 WOFFF watchalong, co-hosted with ReframedFilm. We hope you enjoy all the films and that you’ll join us on Twitter around 9.30PM (BST) for a chat about what you’ve seen. Viewing schedule 9 April Here’s our running order for this watchalong. All times are British Summer Time  (BST) and are approximate…. Read more

Films Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

#WOFFFWatchalong Welcome to our Thursday 26 March 2020 WOFFF watchalong, co-hosted with ReframedFilm. We hope you enjoy all the films and that you’ll join us on Twitter around 9.30PM (BST) for a chat about what you’ve seen. Viewing schedule 26 March Here’s our running order for this watchalong. All times are British Summer Time  (BST) and are approximate…. Read more

Watchalong FAQs

Q: So how does a watchalong work? A: Well, at an agreed time, if you want to join us, you access the film we’ve chosen via a link we’ll make available. The you watch the film and afterwards, we host a conversation on Twitter and Facebook. So please join in and use the hashtag #Watchalong… Read more

COVID-19 watchalongs

While we’re socially isolating because of COVID-19 and not able to meet in cinemas or other communal venues in the real world, we want to keep connected with you virtually, so we’re hosting “watchalongs” and we’d love you to join us! WATCHALONG FAQS What is a “watchalong”? A watchalong happens when people agree to watch… Read more

WOFFF on tour

Looking through a door towards a fireplace

WOFFF Best of the Fest offers a dazzling display of winning documentary, animation, drama and experimental short films selected by the WOFFF19 jury and audience. A selection of 24 award-winning WOFFF short films are touring Britain and Ireland in 2020.  COVID-19 Update – April 2020Until further notice all the dates on our tour have been cancelled…. Read more

WOFFF20 submissions

WOFFF 2020 submissions are now open. Who’s eligible?Everyone is eligible to submit a film to Women Over 50 Film Festival. There’s no upper or lower age limit and it’s not only open to women. As long as your film centres on a woman over 50 or part of your core creative team is female and over… Read more

Death and dying

St Mary’s Church Walthamstow was home for our third London community screening of HOLDING SPACE by Rehana Rose & DEAD GOOD by Rebecca Kenyon. This evening also featured both filmmakers in conversations with Revd Vanessa Conant and Revd Dr Jeremy Brooks. Vanessa asked what the filmmakers learned from making their films about death and dying…. Read more

WOFFF19 winners

7 winners with their certificates at WOFFF19

The jury and our audience prizes were awarded to the following short scripts and films at this year’s Women Over 50 Film Festival. WOFFF19 SHORT SCRIPT (SPONSORED BY SHEDUNNIT PRODUCTIONS)Commended |  Short Fuse | Karen Martinez Commended | Every 3rd Thursday | Diana Lanham 3rd Place | Falling Apart at the Seams | Martha Reed… Read more