News ID: 291458
Published: 0428 GMT March 08, 2021

FeFF celebrating its 19th year; Iran among participants

FeFF celebrating its 19th year; Iran among participants

The Female Eye Film Festival (FeFF), founded by Canadian filmmaker Leslie Ann Coles, is celebrating its 19th year from March 8-28.

Films from Canada and around the world will be screened on Encore+ and on Digital TIFF Bell Lightbox.

FeFF has reinvented itself for 2021, meeting the challenge of the pandemic and the subsequent lockdown that has taken on so many in the cultural sectors, reported.

This year FeFF will present a strong slate of female directed films, digitally, while unpacking a powerful series of industry initiatives virtually, and free to the public, you won’t want to miss.

The Female Eye Film Festival will present a stellar selection of films from across North America with foreign films from Hungary, Taiwan, Japan, Costa Rica, Germany, United Kingdom, Iran, Australia, New Zealand, China, and Russia on digital TIFF Bell Lightbox from March 26-28.

The Female Eye Film Festival is an international competitive women’s film festival providing an exclusive showcase for Canadian and international independent filmmakers.

FeFF pays tribute to the best and most creative the film and television industry has to offer, bridging the gap between the written, visual, and media arts.

MovieMaker magazine voted FeFF one of the World’s Top 50 Film Festivals for the ninth consecutive year in 2021.



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