The International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) was founded in 2002. IIFF is the only women’s festival South of the Sahara and has become an integral part of the local and regional film calendars and is a focal point for Pan-African film makers. The focus of IIFF is to show films that depict women in a positive light as well as films where men are shown advancing the causes/rights of women. Workshops and special discussions are also held during the festival.
2018 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS IS CLOSED!
Calling all filmmakers! Submit your film next year to Zimbabwe's biggest, fastest growing film festival.
IIFF is an internationally recognised festival held to inspire positive images of women, interrogate, debate and celebrate the world of women, as well as the communities that women live in through films that exhibit gender sensitive narratives.
We are looking for films that;
show women's contribution to a better society and world
engage with global issues and how they affect women
focus on the journey of African women
are about allies for African and African diaspora women
Completed entry form.
Submission fee or waiver for international submissions.
A password protected preview of the film (Vimeo link or dropbox).
Digital press kit. The press kit should include three high resolution colour stills, full cast/crew list, directors statement, film synopsis. Posters are welcome but cannot be substituted for stills.
Please email all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload them to Filmfreeway. Be sure to activate your press kit on Filmfreeway.
Films must not be available on the internet.
Films should not have been premiered or screened in Zimbabwe 3 months prior to festival.
Films must have been produced between January 2015 and May 2018.
All non-English language films must have legible English subtitles.
You may submit through Filmfreeway or submit a completed submission form to email@example.com.