Contact Women in Film Seattle
1216 10th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
WHO WE ARE, WHAT WE DO:
Women in Film Seattle is committed to: advancing women in the film, digital, and media industry; promoting diversity; and working to achieve gender parity and access. Established in 1990, WIF Seattle is a non-profit organization of professionals that supports members and the community through education and connection. Our mother organization was founded in 1973. Our membership is not restricted to women.
Women in Film is dedicated to promoting respect for women on and off set and screen.
WIF offers events, programs, screenings, and seminars:
WIF's “The Second Tuesday” (TST) a monthly gathering connecting members and peers
Post Alley Film Festival (PAFF), a festival dedicated to women-centric short films
An annual grant for professional members
Professional member screenings
Educational workshops and seminars
Special events featuring the work of women filmmakers
The Nell Shipman Awards ceremony, celebrating excellence in film and video in the Pacific Northwest (on hiatus)
Support of the annual Seattle International Film Festival, including sponsored events
Support of regional girls, women’s and film industry organizations
In addition, we provide news and information to our members and promote their projects. We do this via our website, newsletter, social media, and ongoing communiqués.
Women in Film Seattle began its third decade in 2016, continuing its support of women’s work, women's voices, and women's leadership. WIF Seattle is one of 40 chapters of Women in Film and Television (WIFTI), a global network with over 14,000 members dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women working in all areas of film, video, and other screen-based media. The first Women in Film organization was founded in 1973 by Tichi Wilkerson Kassel, publisher of The Hollywood Reporter.