Work-in-Progress Screenings

WIPS provides a great opportunity for local and visiting women filmmakers to screen their unfinished films to an audience and get valuable feedback. It is a time of honest and constructive feedback aimed at helping the filmmakers get to the next stage of completing and distributing the film. Contact us if you want to screen your work to a WIPS. We’ll do our best to schedule it during our HWF time.

SHERO by Lymari Graciano

April 23, 2013 @ 6:30 pm

 

Unlike the every day super hero, Shero battles more than just evil villains. Shero battles broken heels, runs in his stockings, broken nails, and the scorn of the public. Uncomfortable in men’s clothing, all Shero wants to do is wear a dress while kicking ass. Is that so much to ask? Shero questions if the clothes really do make the man. If you want to know more about Lymari, click here.

Connie Florez The Glades Project

September 18, 2012 @ 6:30 pm

Connie Florez, producer, writer, director and founder of Hula Girl Productions, will share with us her latest work in progress: GLADES PROJECT. The Glades Project reveals the stories that take viewers deep into the body and soul of the reality of life in Hawaii as never before seen.

 

To know more about Connie, click here. More information on the project, can be found here.

Breadfruit and Open Spaces by Lola Bautista

April 22, 2012

Breadfruit and Open Spaces by Lola Bautista features Pacific Islander families who attempt to grow roots on Guam and make it their home. As recent migrants from Chuuk to Guam, they are met with the challenges of becoming landowners and belonging though they experience many comforts from building homes in wide-open spaces.

Our Kaka’ako by Lauren Armstrong

April 25, 2012 @ 6:30 pm

Our Kaka’ako by Lauren Armstrong explores the changing face of Kaka’ako from the perspectives of government, landowners, developers, entrepreneurs and artists. Will Kaka’ako truly become aplace where residents can live, work and play?

FINDING KUKAN work-in-progress fundraising trailerby Robin Lung

February 29, 2012 @ 6:30 pm

The fundraising trailer is often the first piece of an independently produced film to “go public.” It is required for many big film grants and a valuable tool for crowd-sourcing campaigns that can help raise production funds to complete your film. But how can you put together a successful one with limited footage? What should you include and what should you leave out? Robin Lung invites two seasoned filmmakers to address these questions before screening two work-in-progress pieces from her own documentary-in-progress FINDING KUKAN and eliciting feedback from participants. Feedback collected at the workshop will be used by Lung to edit a third work-in-progress piece.

 

Award-winning filmmaker Kimberlee Bassford will open the workshop by sharing her experience screening numerous work-in-progress pieces as a panelist for a major film grant. Shirley Thompson, the editor of many work-in-progress pieces that have developed into nationally broadcast films, will give practical tips on how to put together your own fundraising trailer.

 

To know more about Robin Lung, please click here. To learn more about FINDING KUKAN, please click here.

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