The Melbourne Women in Film Festival is a not-for-profit festival aimed at celebrating and supporting the work of women in Australian screening industry – from directors, writers and producers to cinematographers, sound designers and editors

Melbourne (February 2021)

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The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

First thing’s first; H.G. Wells this is not ...
Interviews, Static Vision / /
'Challenging and Off The Radar;' Static Vision Launches Hyperlinks

‘Challenging and Off The Radar;’ Static Vision Launches Hyperlinks

“When we started Static Vision, our main goal was to bring out audacious and experimental ...
"An attitude, an ambition;" Fantastic Film Festival lands in Sydney and Melbourne

“An attitude, an ambition;” Fantastic Film Festival lands in Sydney and Melbourne

“The thing that I found so exciting about programming the festival was that for a ...
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Brylie Rankine, founder and director of Daylesford and Hepburn Mineral Springs Co.
Well that came around quickly! It's the final day of the festival and if you want to see more #storiesincolour and hear about the experiences of female filmmakers and creatives, there are three events this afternoon at RMIT Cinema you'll want to catch. Grab a film + panel pass and come along to panel session Representation Starts Here at 2.30 as well as Stranger Than Fiction at midday or Freshly Squeezed Shorts 2 at 4.30. Make the most of the final day of MWFF2020 ahead of the Closing Night and Shorts Awards. Pictured: January Jones' Lone Wolf, screening at Freshly Squeezed Shorts
Incredible insights being shared at Your Project Overseas panel this afternoon. Strategic decision making, making your first feature in Australia, pitching and thinking about what's next were just some of the conversations. Thank you to the amazing panel for sharing your knowledge and experiences with filmmakers starting out in the industry.
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