WIFT-AT Award for Best Director 2020

Presented by Women in Film and Television - Atlantic (WIFT-AT), the Award for Best Director honours the outstanding achievement of a female director based in Nova Scotia.

Female directors from across Nova Scotia are creating outstanding screen-based projects and we want to recognize and celebrate these remarkable artists and their work by shining a light on one accomplished filmmaker who is highly deserving of recognition.

WIFT-AT encourages female-identifying directors to submit their screen-based projects of any genre, length, or format. Projects completed after January 1st, 2019 are eligible for entry. This award is open to full members of WIFT-AT.

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The WIFT-AT Award for Best Director will be presented during the Screen Nova Scotia Gala Awards.

Deadline for entries: April 17, 2020

Feel free to contact us with any questions: info@wift-at.com


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Rules and Regulations:
[1] All submissions must be received by 11:59 PM AST March 23, 2020. There is no submission fee. [2] Each entry must be a separate submission. Only completed entry forms will be considered. [3] By submitting your production you agree that WIFT-AT or SNS may use a short clip for promotional purposes during the event. [4] As noted, this award is open to full members of WIFT-AT.
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