Lori Lozinski

WIDC Alumnae at 30th St John’s International Women’s Film Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 11, 2019 - WIDC alumnae are playing a huge part of this year's 30th annual St John's International Women's Film Festival. This is an historic must see must be at event at one of the world's oldest and highly respected women's film festivals. Six WIDC alumnae-directed feature films are screening including the opening and closing films: Black Conflux, directed by Nicole Dorsey Honey Bee, directed by Rama Rau Becoming Labrador by Rohan Fernando, Justin Simms and WIDC alumna, Tamara Sagura The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open co-directed by Elle-Maija Tailfeathers and WIDC alumna, [...]

WIDC Alumnae Earn 28 Leo Award Nominations Including 7 for Best Direction

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 30, 2018, Vancouver - Organizers of the Women In the Director's Chair are thrilled to announce that WIDC alumnae and their projects have earned 28 Leo Award nominations including 7 for best direction. "Through a system of peer adjudication, with final ballot tabulation by Ernst & Young Chartered Accountants, we are pleased to confirm the following 2018 Leo Award Recipients.We would like to extend a special thank you to all of our jurors who exemplify the spirit of community service. We are grateful for their care and consideration while deliberating. On behalf of all of [...]

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WIDC Award-Winner Siobhan Devine’s debut feature building momentum: The Birdwatcher launches IndieGoGo campaign

VANCOUVER (February 25, 2014) – To keep project momentum going on Siobhan Devine’s Women In the Director’s Chair (WIDC) Feature Film Award-winning debut feature The Birdwatcher, the BC-based filmmaking duo, director Devine, and writer, Roslyn Muir are creating an IndieGoGo campaign to help supplement the in kind rentals and services being provided by some of Canada’s pre-eminent industry organizations, including newly formed consortium, William F White International, Deluxe/Encore and Clairmont Camera; North Shore Studios, The Bridge Studios, and Vancouver Film Studios, Vision Globale, Front Row Insurance, and executive producing services from award-organizers, Creative Women Workshops Association (CWWA), with some cash [...]

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