• The European Independent Film Festival (ÉCU) is Europe's premier event for independent film. Since 2006, ÉCU has been forging the path for the most daring, creative, and pioneering independent filmmakers.

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  • Challenge to Change is ​the Middle East’s first Mental Wellness Network for women. It aims at creating a platform for women to cope with life challenges and gain mental wellbeing through a wealth of resources, guidance, mentoring, and structured personal development programs. Equipping women with life skills and personal growth opportunities will enhance their positive contribution to society, as individuals, mothers and future leaders.

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  • The Visionary Woman, a media network ahead of the curve, has bridged the gap among women desiring their purpose and women living in their purpose.  

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  • SIMA celebrates social-documentary storytelling of excellence, screens films in communities and classrooms worldwide, and connects international audiences and organizations with the best global impact cinema.

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  • Women Making Films - India is a not-for-profit community that strives to provide a platform for female filmmakers globally, to network, collaborate and create works of audio-visual medium.

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  • Roya Film House (RFH) was founded in 2003 by Roya and Alka Sadat to fill the void of the Afghanistan filmmaking system after the fall of the Taliban regime. RFH is a professionally managed independent Afghan film company, one of the largest production companies in Afghanistan.

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  • Arab Woman Platform was put together by women just like you, in search of something more substantial with a focus on matters that everyday women can relate to.

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  • Viddsee is a media and technology company that distributes and markets short movies through community-driven networks. Viddsee streams curated short movies via its Viddsee.com web-based video platform. 

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  • Her Film Project

    Her Film Project is a global initiative to support women and girls behind the camera, on screen, and behind the scenes, and to encourage film inclusion in all its forms. 

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  • The Los Angeles Film School

    The art of storytelling has evolved, and today the only limit to the movies, games, and media we make is our imagination. The Los Angeles Film School (LAFS) is committed to providing the best possible education to storytellers looking to start their careers creating animation, film, video games and audio.

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  • The Domari Society

    The Domari Society of Gypsies in Jerusalem supports the Domari, who are one of the minorities in Jerusalem and in the West Bank. The Domari Society of Gypsies in Jerusalem was founded in 2000 and the Community Center opened in 2005. The Domari Community Center aims at empowering individuals, with a focus on women and children by providing literacy courses and school supplies for the poor as well as offering after-school tutoring.

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  • Honor Diaries

    Honor Diaries is a film focused on women’s rights and gender inequality in honor-based societies. Through the voices of some of the world's leading women’s rights activists, the film demonstrates the depth of human rights abuses women face. Honor Diaries is more than just a movie: it's a movement to ensure that women's voices - no matter the religion or background - are heard. Culture is no excuse for abuse.