Women in Film and Video/New England Presents – How To Utilize Your Local Public Access Station to Realize Your Cinematic Vision: Whether Narrative or Documentary.

Women in Film & Video of New England & Barry Brodsky, Director of Screenwriting Certificate Program at Emerson College present Industry Night: Crowdfunding Demystified

Looking to finance your short, documentary or feature film? Considering crowdfunding, but wondering how it’s done? WIFVNE MEMBERS ONLY: Join us on Wednesday, March 27th from 7pm-8:30 for a Q&A with award-winning local producers Kevin Tostado and Elaine McMillion moderated by WIFV/NE board member Shannon Mullen.  We’ll discuss their successful Kickstarter campaigns: Kevin raised $75K to fund his award-winning documentary UNDER THE BOARDWALK: […]

WIFV/NE Member Ellen Brodsky Launches Kickstarter Campaign for OUT Youth Theater Film Project

How do you launch a Kickstarter campaign with a bang?  Hold a “Key Connector” party and engage your friends to become your partners in spreading the word about the campaign to a wider community. WIFV/NE member Ellen Brodsky (Director/Producer) and her team (including Associate Producer Pam Chamberlin) did just that this weekend and generated interest, built a community and raised […]

Semel Screenwriting Chair David Magee (LIFE OF PI, FINDING NEVERLAND) presenting at the 13th Annual Emerson Film Festival

Women in Film & Video New England Members and Friends are invited to attend The 13th Annual Emerson Film Festival Boston area gala event on Thursday, March 14th in the Bright Family Screening Room. The annual showcase of student work will feature a presentation by Semel Screenwriting Chair DAVID MAGEE (LIFE OF PI, FINDING NEVERLAND). […]