You're Invited: WMW Conference Launch Party!

When: Monday, February 1 from 5 PM to 7PM Where: The Stubborn Goat, 1579 Grafton St. What: We will be announcing our full conference programming and opening registration for the event. As always, members of the Women in Film and Television Atlantic are welcome, along with the press and those who are interested in film, and would like to learn more about this amazing opportunity to interact with some of the women movers and shakers in the industry. No need to RSVP but you can let us know if you’re coming on the Event Page on Facebook. All the Best, The WIFT-AT team

Reminder: WAVE Awards Nominations close Jan 29!

These are the final few days for you to nominate the industry wonder woman in your community. Beyond an association with the screen arts industry, there are no categories or restrictions. So please, nominate her now! You can do so by going to our WAVE AWARDS page listed under the AWARDS heading above. Recently we interviewed the creator of the campaign, a WAVE Award recipient herself, JAN MILLER! Check out the video below: #television #media #novascotia #wiftat #film #women #WAVEAwards

THE YEAR AHEAD FOR FILM IN N.S.

So often in life, we must look back and assess in order to look forward. 2015 was a devastating year for the film/tv business in N.S. But it was also an invaluable learning experience for our industry. In one day, the N.S. Liberal government, led by Stephen McNeil, catapulted our hugely successful industry into chaos and destruction. But in the face of this crisis, our community came together and launched a grassroots rebellion that will go down in the Nova Scotia history books as the most organized counterpunch a government has ever seen. Look at what we accomplished together: 6000 people rallied outside Province House – the most organized, creative and fun protest in living memory. 35,000

ANNETT WOLF- Films rétrospective at the Cinémathèque Française

(Paris, January 13th – January 29th, 2016) A FILM AUTEUR AT THE TV "You don’t catch luck, you provoke it”. This sentence by Annett Wolf features in the Danish Dictionary of quotes. It sheds a light on the dynamics of a biography that reads like a novel of initiation. Single daughter of a war resistant, smuggler of Jewish children, she experienced her first romances in Spain and England with bullfighters and Formula 1 drivers, Howard Hawks’ type of heroes engaged in ritual dances of death. In 1962, rather than take over the family business of wine import, the intrepid young girl joined the teams of television, a medium where everything was yet to be invented. From spitting images of the daily

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