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 report

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

WOFFF tour 2019

We’re touring the best films from WOFFF18 round Britain and Ireland, as well as screening one-off feature films throughout 2019, and screening a short before feature films in selected locations. Here’s our current WOFFF line-up for 2019. 2019 Tour: 3 Feb | Mother’s Ruin | London6 Mar | Quarterhouse | Folkestone8 Mar | Ceredigion Museum… Read more

Stars of stage and screen back WOFFF

We’re delighted that Greta Scacchi is backing our work, along with some other big hitters of TV, film and stage. Joely Richardson, Amanda Donohoe and Denise Welch have all recently come out in support of WOFFF. Joely Richardson, part of the Redgrave theatrical dynasty and star of Hollywood movies 101 Dalmatians and The Girl With The… Read more


We were delighted to be awarded our first ever National Lottery funding in 2018.  It’s great to be given such a public seal of approval for the work we do at WOFFF. Our main spending from this award will be on subtitling many of the short films we’ll be screening at WOFFF18. Two of our goals for… Read more

WOFFF on tour 2018

A programme of our best films visited venues around the country. Mother’s Ruin | London | 28 January Depot | Lewes | 26 February Alan Stevenson House | Isle of Tiree | 2 – 5 March The Old Market | Hove | 20 March Alan Stevenson House | Isle of Tiree | 12 – 15 June The Magic Lantern | Tywyn… Read more