WIFT Louisiana is the proud Member of WIFTI
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Email: wiftlouisiana@gmail.com

P.O. Box 57737

New Orleans, Louisiana 70157

Copyright © 2016-2018

All Rights Reserved · WIFT Louisiana

DEDICATED

to the advancement of women in film, television, and new media.

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WiFT Louisiana (WiFT LA) is a 501c(3) nonprofit that was founded in 2011.  

 

Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI) was formed in 2000 and has grown to a network of 46 chapters around the world, boasting more than 14,000 members worldwide.  WiFT LA was proud to be the host chapter of WIFTI from 2016 to 2018. 

WiFT LA offers a comprehensive program of seminars and workshops catering to all levels and areas of the industry, to expand members' knowledge and nurture professional competency.

 

WiFT LA hosts networking events monthly, including "Alice Evenings," which provide an opportunity to meet other professional women in the field, enjoy each other’s company, expand our contacts, and set aside time to celebrate our skills and accomplishments.

 

WiFT LA produces special events, film screenings, seminars, parties and exhibitions throughout the year! As well as partnering with other regional organizations to extend professional development opportunities for its members.

WiFT LA announces discounts, resources, and other benefits on a rolling basis throughout the year.

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF BENEFITS, CLICK HERE

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11,000 STRONG

The first Women in Film chapter formed in 1973 in Los Angeles, and subsequent chapters have flourished around the globe. Tens of thousands of women have benefited from WiFT’s programs of professional development, training, networking, mentoring and celebrating women’s achievements. 

 

Women in Film & Television International is a network of over 40 chapters that assists and runs international programs, festivals, and conferences for members. Each chapter pays dues to the international organization, Women in Film and Television International.