AWFJ Announces Winners of EDA Awards @ Whistler Film Festival 2021 – Jennifer Merin reports

The Alliance of Women Film Journalists and the Whistler Film Festival are pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 AWFJ EDA Awards @ Whistler Film Festival. In our ninth consecutive year of partnering to recognize and honor female filmmakers. This year, Sarah Fortin, Robin Hauser, and Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers + Carmine Pierre-Dufour make waves as AWFJ’s Best Female Directors.

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AWFJ @ Whistler Film Fest: Jurors and Nominated Films Announced – Jennifer Merin reports

For the ninth consecutive year, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists has had the honor to partner with Whistler Film Festival to recognize women filmmakers with presentation of EDA Awards for Best Female-Directed Feature Film and Best Female-Directed Short at the 2021 festival, held in person from December 1 to 5, and online through December 31, 2021.

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AWFJ EDA Awards @ DOXA 2017: The Winners!

As DOXA 2017 draws to a close, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s EDA Awards for Best Female-Directed Feature and Best Female-Directed Short’ both presented at the festival’s awards ceremony on Saturday, May 13 in Vancouver. Continue reading…

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AWFJ EDA Awards @ DOXA: Films and Juries

edadoxanominee laurelFor the second consecutive year, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists is partnering with DOXA Documentary Film Festival to present EDA Awards for best female-directed films at the 16th annual festival, to be held from May 4 to 14, in Vancouver, BC. Continue reading…

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Oscars 2017: A Compendium of AWFJ Members’ Views — Jennifer Merin reports

Our goal is to present a compendium of AWFJ members’ perspectives on Oscars 2017. Not surprisingly, the views vary widely

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AWFJ Members Score Achievements in 2015, and moves to level the playing field – Brandy McDonnell comments

Alliance of Women Film Journalists members celebrated big achievements in 2015, including stirring up the discussion about the need for better representation for women working in Hollywood and for stronger women’s roles. Looking ahead to 2016, the equality struggle evolves — to include female documentarians , women film journalists and people of color working in all aspects of film. Read more in THE WEEK IN WOMEN

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AWFJ EDA Awards @ Whistler Film Festival: The Winners! – Katherine Brodsky reports

At the Whistler Film Festival Awards Brunch on Sunday, December 6, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists (AWFJ) recognized the

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AWFJ Women On Film – “Union” Opens Tribeca Film Festival 2011 – Karen Martin comments

Hey, film fans, need a reason to go to New York? The world premiere of Union, Cameron Crowe’s documentary about the collaborative album of music legends Elton John and Leon Russell, will open the Tribeca Film Festival April 20 in New York.

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