SF Women’s Film Festival

Festival History

The San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival (SFIWFF) has a long tradition of providing the community with some of the best films directed and co-directed by women from all over the world. Since 2004, the SFIWFF has presented an elective program of narrative, documentary and international features and short films. SFIWFF film screenings serve as a catalyst for creating and facilitating dialogue through the power of independent filmmaking, and represent a range of perspectives, both locally and globally. SFIWFF is a vital and much-needed community forum that is widely reviewed and attended. The festival celebrates the exceptional contributions of women in the world of cinema, and represents a convergence of excellence in filmmaking from around the globe.

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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 to commemorate Women’s History Month. The festival will present shorts over 2 days, celebrate innovative women in film and new media. Be it quirky or provocative, there’s one for every mood and everybody in the program!

Check out our line up:

SCHEDULE – At A GLANCE
SCHEDULE – SF Bay Area Filmmakers Program - MARCH 7th
SCHEDULE – Awards Reception – MARCH 29th
SCHEDULE – Global Panorama Shorts Program – MARCH 29th

This event is part of an international holiday called SWAN Day and is designed to showcase the power and diversity of women’s creativity. There have been over 1,000 SWAN Day events in 23 countries in the first six years of this new holiday.

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