Nevada Women's Film Festival

The Nevada Women's Film Festival returns to Las Vegas March 21-24, 2019

 

Welcome to the 5th Annual Nevada Women's Film Festival! 

NWFFest takes place each March in fabulous Las Vegas. This year we return to the Eclipse Theaters with exciting new programming. Join us as we celebrate and support creative and courageous women from all over the globe.

Book your stay at the Plaza Hotel by February 19th for best rates with this link.

We are diligently updating our programming info...check back soon! :)

 

NWFFest is a project of the Nevada Women's Film Collective, a nonprofit organization of film professionals and academics from around the community. The mission of NWFFest is to celebrate and support the fair representation of women in film.

NWFFest PRESS

The fourth annual Nevada Women’s Film Festival at Eclipse Theaters in Downtown Las Vegas exemplified their mission statement — “To celebrate and support the fair representation of women in film” — through a variety of short films, documentary features, a panel discussion and an awards ceremony...

NWFFest Press

Given everything that’s transpired over the past year, there’s never been a better time to be in the women’s film festival business...

NWFFest Press

At the welcome reception for this year’s Nevada Women’s Film Festival, New York-based director Teddy Schenck marveled at how classy and well-run the festival was in just its fourth year. He wasn’t the only one impressed.

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Women Speak Out

Women Speak Out is our space for NWFFest filmmakers and supporters to voice opinions and ideas about a variety of topics. Check back weekly as our brilliant women speak out.

Images by Cerebral Itch

Kourtenaye Monroe Musings on the Making of a Holiday

The multi-talented Kourtenaye Monroe is one of our beloved volunteers at NWFFest.

It hit me like a punch in the gut or a slap in the face. 

Most of us have done it -- sent that mass text or email to all those people we may have wanted to keep in touch with throughout the year, but just didn't get around to it.

OH wow, is it that time again already!? Happy Thanksgiving! Happy Chanukah! Have a great time celebrating Kwanzaa! Merry Christmas! Happy New Year!

It’s a simple way to let those we care for know they are not forgotten, though we may not be in each other's lives the way we once were. But when the text response from my high school friend came back with a terse: We don't celebrate holidays, it shook me.

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