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WFTV Awards host, Sandi Toksvig.
01 October 2019

WFTV Awards 2019: Tickets Sold Out

The 2019 Women in Film & Television Awards, supported by SKY will take place on Friday 6 December at the London Hilton on Park Lane. Tickets for this year’s ceremony went on sale at 11:00am on Monday 7 October and are now SOLD OUT. If you made a booking, please follow the instructions you received […]

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25 September 2019

Applications now open for the 2020 WFTV Mentoring Scheme in association with ScreenSkills

We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for this year’s WFTV Mentoring Scheme in association with ScreenSkills. The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is aimed at women working in creative, craft, technical or business roles who have at least seven years’ experience in the film and TV industry. The scheme will run from March […]

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29 August 2019

Applications Now Closed: WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary Fund

**APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED** The WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary offers development funding for a factual or factual entertainment TV project, which can be either a one-off or a series and is open to all women regardless of their experience. We want to make this award as diverse and inclusive as possible, so it is open […]

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19 August 2019

Interview with WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary Winner Victoria Mapplebeck

“For me, the power of smartphone filmmaking is its intimacy and ubiquity.” In 2018, Victoria Mapplebeck was one of the inaugural recipients of an award from the WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary Fund. In this interview she reveals how the bursary has helped her develop her feature documentary. The bursary fund was set up to support […]

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12 August 2019

Mentoring Scheme Success Stories: Vivien Muller-Rommel

“I gained a lot of confidence from being on the scheme” Vivien is the Managing Director of Studio Hamburg UK and responsible for implementing and executing the company’s strategy for the UK and international markets. She is leading a team that develops and produces quality English language content for international audiences. Vivien has worked in […]

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09 August 2019

WIN Two Tickets to In Search… at Bertha DocHouse

In Search… is a film about FGM directed by Beryl Magoko that will be screening at London’s Bertha DocHouse on 16 and 17 August. The film premiered at Dok Leipzig where it won the Audience Award – Leipziger Ring, and won Best Student Documentary at International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA). As a young girl […]

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15 July 2019

Nominate Today! 2019 WFTV Awards Supported by Sky DEADLINE FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER

**PLEASE NOTE: THE NOMINATIONS WINDOW FOR THE 2019 WFTV AWARDS SUPPORTED BY SKY IS NOW CLOSED** We are delighted to annouce that the nominations window for the 2019 WFTV Annual Awards is now open. The annual event, now in its 29th year, celebrates the achievements of women in the industry across 14 different categories including […]

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15 July 2019

Win a Pair of Tickets to My Friend the Polish Girl Opening Night Screening

WFTV member Ewa Banaszkiewicz‘s debut feature film, My Friend the Polish Girl, which she co-wrote, produced and directed with Mateusz Dymek is released in select UK cinemas this Friday (19 July). The film premiered at IFFR (Rotterdam), then screened in Edinburgh, before winning the Grand Prix in Koszalin (the Polish equivalent of the BIFAs). To […]

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10 June 2019

2019 WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary Fund Open for Applications

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications for the second round of the WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary Fund. First launched in 2018 in memory of award-winning producer Pat Llewellyn, the 2019 Fund will award four successful applicants £10,000 each to develop their factual entertainment or factual TV project; match them with […]

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03 June 2019

WFTV Members Taking Part in Concert to Make Noise For Female Composers

The stats about female composers in film and TV speak for themselves: between 2007 and 2017, women comprised just 1% of composers hired on the top 100 fiction films at the US box office. And here in the UK, women account for just 4.43% of all music composer credits on British films produced between 1911 […]

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13 May 2019

Mentoring Scheme Success Stories: Anaïs Baker

Anaïs Baker is an Executive Producer for BBC Studios Unscripted Content Partnerships and a Commissioning Editor for BBC Brit and BBC Lifestyle in South Africa. Having worked at a variety of production companies, distributors and now on the channels side, she is experienced in all stages of the IP pipeline from creation, development, production and […]

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29 April 2019

Script Supervisor and WFTV Board Member, Emma Thomas, Recognised with British Academy Television Craft Special Award

“Continuity isn’t life and death but it does help if you have a sense of humour when you are trying to do your job efficiently!” The script supervisor is the “eyes and ears of the director” on set. That’s how Emma Thomas describes the role and she should know, having worked in the industry for […]

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29 April 2019

Mentoring Scheme Success Stories: Allison Brownmoore

Allison Brownmoore is co-founder and design director for Blue Spill, a boutique design and vfx company based in Soho. She took part in the WFTV Mentoring Scheme in 2014 to try to bring some direction to her career. Her mentor was Sara Putt, Deputy Chair of WFTV and founder and MD of the agency for […]

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25 April 2019

Applications now open for 2019 WIF LA Film Finishing Fund

The Women in Film (WIF) Film Finishing Fund gives grants to female filmmakers working in both short and long formats, in all genres. To apply, the filmmaker must have completed 90% of principal photography and have a rough cut at the time of application. You do not need to be a WIF Member to apply, […]

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15 April 2019

New WFTV Events Strand to Offer Career Tips and Tricks to Industry Professionals

Today, WFTV launches our brand new industry career strand – Tips and Tricks, offering inspirational expert advice and know-how on how to get hired and succeed in your dream TV, film or social media job. If you want to get the inside track and latest thinking in the industry, this is a series of panel […]

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15 April 2019

Free Tickets to CANADA NOW Film Festival in London

CANADA NOW Film Festival is coming to London’s Curzon Soho cinema from 24 – 27 April. The programme presents the very best in new Canadian cinema and we are delighted to be able to offer WFTV members a limited number of free pairs of tickets to three female-directed films screening in the programme: Sgaawaay K’uuna/Edge […]

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15 April 2019

Mentoring Scheme Success Stories: Emma Bell

Emma Bell was a WFTV mentee in 2017 and currently manages the development slate at Stolen Picture, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s Sony-backed TV and film production company. Emma started out as a journalist, and after a stint as a press officer at the Edinburgh Fringe she began her TV career at Paramount Comedy. Creative […]

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08 April 2019

Meet the WFTV Sponsor… ScreenSkills

Industry-led skills body, ScreenSkills is a proud supporter of WFTV and sponsor of the Writing Award at the Women in Film and Television Awards. Whilst you may have heard of them, you may not be fully aware of the range of activities they undertake and the different kinds of support they can provide to both […]

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01 April 2019

ScreenSkills Launches Pan-UK Mentoring Network

ScreenSkills has announced a pan-UK mentoring drive to support new and established professionals in the UK’s screen industries. The ScreenSkills Mentoring Network, supported by the BFI awarding National Lottery funds as part of its Future Film Skills strategy, aims to match 3,000 mentoring pairs by 2022. ScreenSkills has brought together screen organisations who already offer […]

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01 April 2019

Mentoring Scheme Success Stories: Lizzie Wingham – Editorial Commissioner, Barcroft Studios

Lizzie Wingham has spent her career working in development and production roles. Her programme credits include George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces (Channel 4), Married At First Sight (Channel 4) and Queer Britain (BBC Three). She was Deputy Editor at BBC Three from 2017 to 2019, and is now working as Editorial Commissioner at factual content producers […]

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