Short films by and for Women, Elders, and especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Storytellers, Writers, Editors, and Producers
NEW YORK, NY, October 18, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — The second annual AuntyLand Film Festival (ALFF) seeks film submissions now through January 2023. A Women’s History Month tradition, this hybrid Festival offers both digital and in-person film screenings on March 8, International Women’s Day, and runs through the end of March 2023.
“We’re back by popular demand for a second year. The maiden voyage success during the height of the Covid19 pandemic, award-winning films, plus a summer film fest that featured a student-curated program — proved that Auntyland carved a unique place in the film community. We’re ready to promote and support more independent, short films that intersect with diverse cultures, communities, comedy, romance, experimental, politics, features, and more,” said Sylvia Wong Lewis, Festival director.
Women and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color make up the majority of the world population. But our stories rarely take center stage. We hope to change that. ALFF is the only festival that centers on talented Elders, especially mature women actors, writers, directors, and producers. Aunties are Queens who bring realness to our lives. We welcome your bold real stories to the festival.
Important dates: Submission deadline – January 27, 2023; Notification Date, February 20, 2023; Event Dates March 8-31, 2023. Submit your films here: https://filmfreeway.com/AuntylandFilmFest
Auntyland Film Festival (ALFF) brings diverse artists and audiences together to celebrate storytelling. Plan your Women’s History Month with us where we traditionally celebrate International Women’s Day, on March 8, and screen films through the end of March.
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