The 2014 San Francisco International Women's Film Festival is a fiscally sponsored project of Independent Arts & Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit supporting people and projects that use media and the arts to build community and participation.
As of March 3, 2014 First Giving & Indiegogo will match campaign contributions to the 2014 San Francisco International Women's Festival
First Giving will be matching $1 for every $25 raised on March 3rd, and Indiegogo will be matching $1 for every $25 raised on March 8th.
International Women’s Day is Saturday, March 8th, and Indiegogo is excited to celebrate campaigns that empower women and girls all over the world! #IWD2014 #sfiwff14 #womensday #internationalwomensday
2014 marks the 9th anniversary of the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival (March 7 & 29, 2014). Again we're asking for support, endorsements, and contributions. Luckily we got you. WE <3 YOU. Thank you for coming back every year and backing us. We are thankful for your attendance, encouragement, and sponsorship. Because of you we continue the tradition of amplifying voices of underrepresented women and girls. We need to ask you to contribute to our 2014 campaign. Check 2014 Film Festival Schedule: SFIWFF.COM
FESTIVAL DATE(S): March 7 & 29, 2014
2 FILM SCREENINGS
San Francisco, CA
Brava Theater, The New Parkway
By giving our 2014 campaign some love you become a promoter of films and media created by women. We aim to raise $5,000 for this years festival costs.
You can support our campaign by hearting, liking, starring, pinning, posting, reposting, tweeting, embedding, giving us a thumbs up or a simple shout out.
You can do even more by making a tax deductible donation to SFIWFF. We can only do it with your help! No amount is too large or too small!
2014 SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL:
Women’s Film Institute proudly presents the 9th annual San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival (SFIWFF). The festival will showcase the best short films directed by women commemorating Women’s History Month.
The festival will extend short programs to experimental, animation and new media. We will showcase shorts over 2 days, celebrate innovative women in film, tech, and new media. Check out SFIWFF 2014 Film Schedule:
March 7, 2014
First Friday Shorts: SFIWFF 2014 returns this March with a compelling lineup of short films crafted by local San Francisco Bay Area female filmmakers. This screening is free and open to the public. This is in partnership with First Fridays - New Parkway. (Location: New Parkway - Oakland)
March 29, 2014
Closing Day Celebration: The 9th Annual San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival will be hosting a reception celebrating the achievements of some of the Bay Area's most vital figures in Film, Television and the Media on March 29th at 1:00 PM at the Brava Theater for Women in the Arts in San Francisco. (Location: Brava Theater, SF).
The 2014 SFIWFF is part of the international holiday SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day, March 29, 2014. SWAN DAY is designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity. #IWD2014 #sfiwff14 #womensday #internationalwomensday
#IWD2014 #sfiwff14 #womensday #internationalwomensday
(SWAN DAY and SFIWFF14)
Theater rental: $2,000
Festival Programs: $500
Travel/Airfare for visiting filmmakers: $800
Closing Day Reception/Award Ceremony: $800
Your support will directly cover our costs for theater rental fees, educational programs, as well as publicity, advertising, printing programs, and outreach.
San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival is a fiscally sponsored project of Independent Arts & Media, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to independent voices. Independent Arts & Media supports individuals, projects and organizations that build community through media, journalism, the arts and culture.
WOMEN'S FILM INSTITUTE:
The Women’s Film Institute is committed to:Amplifying the Voices of Women and Girls through Film and New Media
The San Francisco Women’s Film Institute was conceived and founded in 2005 by filmmaker, media arts activist and community educator Scarlett Shepard. Shepard’s goal was to build upon the success of the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival and it’s mission of supporting, promoting and celebrating films directed by women as art and education and expanding its programming year-round.
For more information, please visit our website: SFIWFF.COM or write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The institute supports its mission by presenting the annual San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival, Generation HERstory and a variety of film screenings and educational programs throughout the year.