The One International Women's Film Festival(ONEIWFF) was founded by Ms.Yang Jing.This is the first and only women-themed film festival officially approved by the government in China.It is located in Chengdu which is one of ten chinese ancient capitals and been hosted on September every year.
ONEIWFF is aiming to make women pursue their own independence.We support female filmmakers and focus on women's topic and development of feminism. ONEIWFF Including 5 main parts for the fest:1.Screening 2.Project Market 3.Seminar 4.Film Events 5.Public Benefit Activity.
The screening sections including:New Production From Worldwide,Young Power In China,Retrospective of Women Filmmaker,Superwomen(Biography Films of Female Artists) ,Spirits of Feminism. ONEIWFF also hosts seminars every year aimed at exploring women's multi-dimensional opinions from the perspective of academic, industrial and female issues.We do project market which is intended to inject new energy of women's film or female filmmakers into the film industry.

2021 The ONE project establishes separately “Cash Award”and “Industry resource Award”.Not only has it become the very place to discover talents and film projects,but also a bridge connecting internal and external industrial resources.

2021 The ONE project still adopts two selection stages from primary election to final election by the road shows. We aim to provide creators and projects with various resources of incubation、 production and promotion respectively, so before and after two contests, activities such as proposal coaching、 film promotion and roadshows will be added.

1. In order for a project to qualify, The script should focus on women’s issues, or a woman must hold the role of the following: Producer, or Director, or Writer.
2.Applicants are required to submit the profile of the director, screenwriter or producer.
3.Applicants are required to submit a treatment.(Chinese:2000 word limit;English:3000 word limit).
4.Applicants are required to submit complete scripts or 30 consecutive scenes.
5.Applicants are required to submit feature film project (more than 90 minutes)