REEL Women in Film
REEL Women in Film provides a platform for University Students and Independent Film Makers to showcase their films, documentaries and TV shows/series.
- REEL Women in Film partners with Universities and local Independent Film Festivals (including SXSW and Sundance) to promote and connect film makers with real world opportunities.
- REEL Women in Film in conjunction with Women’s Broadcast Television Network holds annual Women in Film Festivals in different cities throughout the world
- REEL Women in Film is a free service and reaches millions of viewers from around the world. Each week a different film or documentary is featured on our networks.
Why Film Makers Participate
o Dedicated webpage to showcase films (highlight your information so your target audience can find you!)
o Films showcased on web, ROKU, mobile and apps
o Ability to add contact information, trailers, pictures
o Ability to cross promote films and film makers
o Matchmaking service for Women in Film and Studios
o Contests with scholarships and prizes
o Annual WBTVN Film Festival
o Local Film Festivals
Why Partner with Women on TV
- Women support Women
- Universities support students
- Fills a need for women in film by giving them an outlet to showcase their work
- Women content is in great demand
- Opportunity to reach filmmakers and production houses
- OTT television is in great demand
- WBTVN is the pioneer in women programming and video
- Showcased during our promotions and film festivals (it's about you, not us)
Your Content Featured on ROKU: REEL Women in Film
- Once per week show where we highlight a new film maker
- Each week a new independent film/documentary will be shown
- Interaction: chat with visitors, cross-promote via social media
- Talk to actors, producers, directors and more
- Live Event once per year and live local events (Film Festivals)
It's easy to get started! And the best part it is free! The co-founder of WBTVN, Shea Vaughn is not only Mom to actor Vince Vaughn, she is also Mom to two beautiful daughters whom actually own Production companies in Los Angeles. She has a heart for women film makers, so this is our way of giving back! We give you free exposure and you get to add your contact information so you can connect with opportunities. We will keep you informed about upcoming Film Festivals to see if you would like to participate (for free:-). We have no strings, we are just looking for great content by our courageous women film and documentary creators. So get started by completing the form below.
Send links to film or documentary (youtube, vimeo, etc)