• A Brilliant Genocide

  • A Single Step

  • A Spark of Nerve

  • Assini

  • Baggage

  • Baggage

  • Bullets at the Ballet

  • CodeGirl

  • Cold War

  • Democracy in the Driver's Seat

  • Despite the Falling Snow

  • Dreams Can Come True

  • Driven

  • Follow Your Heart

  • Ghost Tours

  • Glass Flowers

  • Holodomor Voices of Survivors

  • K'Na The Dreamweaver

  • Little Questions

  • Lunch box Looser

  • Manikin

  • Mermaids on Mars

  • Mother's Day

  • Phalure Inc

  • Posthumous

  • Promise

  • Rag Doll

  • Rapunzel's Etymology of Zero

  • Resilient

  • Stuff

  • Styx Inn

  • Sunshine

  • Susie Sunshine

  • The Caged Bird

  • The Delivery Girl

  • The Frog Prince

  • The Night Witch

  • The Room

  • The Spirit of Iris

  • Toronto Alice

  • Villiage of Dreams

About the Festival

Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival is produced by Alliance of Women Filmmakers (AWF). AWF is a non-profit 501c(3) organization established to empower women filmmakers to create diverse roles for women.

Now in its 13th year the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival serves as a platform for women filmmakers worldwide to share their unique stories and cultural experiences with Los Angeles' diverse audience. The festival's programming also reflects Alliance of Women Filmmakers' mission to educate and inform audiences of social, political, and health issues impacting women globally.

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Volunteering with LAWIFF is an opportunity to see incredible films, network with filmmakers and entertainment executives, make friends and take part in a truly collaborative event that supports and celebrates women filmmakers from around the world. For more information email diana.means@yahoo.com put 2016 Volunteer Assignment in the subject line.


Save the Date

2017 LA Women's International Film Festival

Regal Cinemas LA Live

March 23 - 26, 2017

Tickets and Passes Available February 1st


2016 Best of Fest

Best Narrative Feature

Despite the Falling Snow

Directed by Shamim Sarif

Best Documentary Feature

A Brilliant Genocide
Directed by Ebony Butler

Best Narrative Short

Susie Sunshine

Directed by Chelsea O'Connor

Best Documentary Short

A Single Step
Presented by Voice of America

Best Animated Short

Rapunzel's Etymology of Zero

Directed by Seth Podowitz