NMWIF Mission Statement:
New Mexico Women in Film is a New Mexico-based outreach network committed to the professional development and achievement of women in the film and television community through Mentorship, Networking, Education, and Community.
NMWIF is a chapter of Women in Film and Television International and a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Our membership is composed of women and men in all areas of the film and television industry in New Mexico.
NMwif MAY 2016 event
Creative Myths and Montsters:
A Workshop on the THE ARTIST'S WAY with Julia Cameron
May 7, 2016 from 10am - 5pm
Center Stage Santa Fe at the Center for Spiritual Living, 505 Camino de los Marquez, Santa Fe, NM
NMWIF Members $100 Purchase Tickets -->
NMwif JUNE 2016 event
2016 Sage Award and NMWIF Film & TV Mixer
June 11, 7:00 - 10:00pm
Skylight Santa Fe, 139 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM
Join us to celebrate Film & TV in New Mexico
& to honor our Sage Award Honoree: Julia Cameron
Live music, poetry, and performances with
Catharine Pilafas, Josh Heard and Vivan Nesbitt.
Proceeds to benefit the NMWIF Scholarship Fund
NMWIF Members & Non-Members: $30 Purchase Tickets -->
BE A SPONSOR OF OUR 2016 Sage Award AND NMWIF Film & TV Mixer!
Want to make a huge impact without leaving the comfort of your home? A donation of any amount helps us engage, educate, and empower women filmmakers.
Four Sponsorship levels are available.
ALL FUNDS raised go directly to our Scholarship Funds.
Many thanks to our Corporate Members:
The Woman in the Story
Athena Award Screenwriting Competition
Residents of New Mexico have a chance to submit a 10 page screenplay with a female central character. Entrant does not have to be a member of NMWIF to submit a script. Submitted scripts must be original screenplays and the sole property of the applicant(s). First Place $1000, Second Place $500 and Third Place $250.
Women In Film Finishing Fund
The Women In Film Finishing Fund supports films by and/or about women with cash grants and in-kind services. To qualify, the film must be at the rough cut stage at the time of submission.