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Studios, associations, instituts et festivals dédiés aux femmes dans les médias

 

Au Québec

L’Association des réalisateurs et réalisatrices du Québec

Fondée en 1973, l’Association des réalisateurs et réalisatrices du Québec (ARRQ) regroupe les réalisateurs et réalisatrices pigistes travaillant principalement dans les domaines du cinéma et de la télévision. L’ARRQ s’emploie à la défense des intérêts et des droits professionnels, économiques, culturels, sociaux et moraux de ses membres. Elle a pour mandat de représenter les réalisateurs-trices en toute occasion et dans tout dossier. L’ARRQ regroupe plus de 600 membres œuvrant principalement en langue française au Québec. L’ARRQ a mis sur pied un Comité Équité pour ses réalisatrices.

Vidéo Femmes  / Spira

Vidéo Femmes: centre de production et distribution de vidéos et films indépendants réalisés par des femmes. Documentaire, fiction, art et essai. Lieu de création à Québec depuis l973.

Spirafilm est une coopérative vouée au cinéma indépendant. Leur vocation consiste à soutenir la création d’oeuvres originales en film et vidéo de qualité. Ils oeuvrent spécifiquement dans la production indépendante, c’est-à-dire avec des oeuvres dont l’auteurE  garde le contrôle créatif et éditorial à toutes les étapes de la production.

En 2014, Vidéo Femmes fusionne avec Spirafilm pour former Spira.

Studio XX

Le Studio XX est un centre d’artiste féministe bilingue engagé dans l’exploration, la création et la critique en art technologique. Fondé à Montréal en 1996, il vise à mettre de l’avant la multiplicité des territoires, voix et actions créatives des femmes dans le cyberespace. Explorer, démystifier, donner accès, outiller, questionner, créer, telles sont les visées du Studio XX.

Web séries Québec

Webséries Québec propose une plateforme unique, sorte de carrefour via lequel l’utilisateur-trice est redirigé facilement vers le site d’hébergement de n’importe quelle websérie québécoise. Tout est ici, sans exception. Et le groupe tient des statistiques H/F… On les encourage à continuer!

Film Fatales

Un chapitre se crée à Montréal… Nous aurons bientôt leur coordonnées.

Film Fatales is a global network of women filmmakers who meet regularly to mentor each other, share resources, collaborate on projects and build a supportive community in which to make their films. The group was founded in 2013 in New York City and has rapidly expanded to include dozens of chapters around the world. Members meet in local groups hosted by different filmmakers each month, to share a meal, update each other on their projects, and engage in a moderated discussion about relevant topics in film.

Women in View

Women in View is an association of media artists, scholars and industry professionals whose goal is to recharge the issue of gender equity; and to develop contemporary, action-based strategies that can be implemented across a broad spectrum of production, policy and artistic arenas.


À l’INTERNATIONAL

Center for the Study of Women in Television & Film

The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film celebrates the accomplishments of directors, writers, producers, cinematographers, and editors – who happen to be women. […]In addition, researchers affiliated with the Center teach courses in the School of Theatre, Television and Film including The Women of Prime Time Television and Calling the Shots: Women Film Directors.

The Geena Davis Institute

The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media works with entertainment creators and companies, educates the next generation of content-creators, and informs the public about the need to increase the number of girls and women in media aimed at kids and to reduce stereotyping of both males and females.

Women Make Movies

Established in 1972 to address the under representation and misrepresentation of women in the media industry, Women Make Movies is a multicultural, multiracial, non-profit media arts organization which facilitates the production, promotion, distribution and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women. The organization provides services to both users and makers of film and video programs, with a special emphasis on supporting work by women of color. Women Make Movies facilitates the development of feminist media through an internationally recognized Distribution Service and a Production Assistance Program.

WIFT

Women In Film & Television International (WIFTI) is a global network comprised of some 37 Women In Film chapters worldwide and over 10,000 members dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women working in all areas of film, video, and other screen-based media.

Guerrilla Girls

We’re a bunch of anonymous females who take the names of dead women artists as pseudonyms and appear in public wearing gorilla masks. We have produced posters, stickers, books, printed projects, and actions that expose sexism and racism in politics, the art world, film and the culture at large. We use humor to convey information, provoke discussion, and show that feminists can be funny. We wear gorilla masks to focus on the issues rather than our personalities. Dubbing ourselves the conscience of culture, we declare ourselves feminist counterparts to the mostly male tradition of anonymous do-gooders like Robin Hood, Batman, and the Lone Ranger. […] The mystery surrounding our identities has attracted attention. We could be anyone; we are everywhere.

Women’s Independent Cinema

Our mission is to entertain, empower, educate and bring financial opportunities to women all over the world — and we do this through the magic of movies created by women filmmakers.

Women’s independent Cinema Film Club

The only online film club where you can enjoy hard-to-find independent films and documentaries while supporting independent female filmmakers. Why not entertain in your home with great independent films?

Women’s Independant Training Cinema House

WITCH was set up nearly 20 years ago to promote equality of opportunity for women in the creative media on Merseyside. In particular it exists to counter the under-representation of Black Women in the media, thus helping to combat institutional racism.

WITCH achieves this by offering daytime and evening courses, and also by introducing video production into schools.

Reel Women Media

Reel Women Media is a full service video and film production firm. We specialize in documentaries and magazine format programming, as well as award winning travel documentaries across the globe.

 

Festivals

Festiv’elles (Montréal, en septembre)

Nous croyons qu’il serait opportun de souligner et de promouvoir l’apport des femmes dans nos sociétés par un festival annuel. Ce festival sera destiné principalement aux femmes et sera consacré à la présentation de leurs créations artistiques et intellectuelles.

Women in Film Festival (Vancouver, BC, en avril)

The Women in Film Festival features strong female characters and stories, and films which are crafted by women in writing, producing, directing, lead acting, or editing roles.

St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival (St.John, NB, en octobre)

The St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival is a charitable organization established in 1989 to support and promote women filmmakers through an annual film festival and various satellite events.

The Female Eye Film Festival (Toronto, en mars)

The Female Eye Film Festival established in 2001, is Ontario’s one and only annual international independent film Festival showcasing films directed by women. We present high caliber films in drama, comedy, sci-fi, action, documentary, experimental and animation. The Female Eye is a juried competitive film festival and presents films by debut, emerging and internationally recognized directors.

Mpenzi, Black Women’s International Film & Video Festival (Toronto, en mars)

Mpenzi seeks to provide the Black African, queer, women’s and broader community with thought-provoking, intelligent and groundbreaking films and videos.

Everett Women’s Film Festival (Everett, Washington, en février)

The Mission of the Everett Women’s Film Festival is to provide a venue for the presentation of Women’s work in cinema. By dedicating our energies toward this end, we honor women’s spirit, drive, creativity and diversity.

Festival de Créteil (Créteil, France, en mars-avril)

Créé en 1979, le Festival International de Films de Femmes de Créteil accueille des réalisatrices du monde entier, avec près de 150 films qui défendent avec talent le regard des femmes sur leur société. Lieu témoin de débats historiques, le festival reste attentif aux engagements artistiques, politiques et sociaux des femmes dans le monde, à travers leur cinéma.

Elles tournent (Bruxelles, Belgique, en septembre)

Regarder le monde par les yeux des femmes, 
c’est élargir son champ de vision de 180 degrés. Festival entièrement dédié au films réalisés par des femmes.

LA Femme International Film Festival (Los Angeles, en octobre)

LA Femme International Film Festival is a premier festival that focuses on platforming women filmmakers “for women by everyone”. Our Festival was created in 2005, when it became apparent that there was a need to enhance women behind the camera as Directors, Producers, and Writers. 

As LA Femme moves into the next few years, it plans to expand its platform so that more women in the industry and from around the world can have the benefit of taking their film to the next level through increased distribution outlets, more key positions in the entertainment industry and more recognition as artistic creators emerging as leaders in the industry.

Women’s Film Festival (Brattleboro, Vermont, en mars)

Our gratitude and awe go to the many courageous and strong women in the world who are making their own lives and the lives of many others better, by winning over unsurmountable odds. And to the creative and insightful film makers and directors who tell their stories.

San Francisco Women’s Film Festival (San Francisco, en avril)

SFWFF is a necessary step – women directors should no longer be left out or considered a side note in film festivals, film history and the film industry,” says Scarlett Shepard, founder of the festival.

Portland Women’s Film Festival (Portland, en mars)

The Portland Oregon Women’s Film Festival (POW Fest) places a spotlight on women filmmakers by showcasing their work and strengthening the community of women in film. POW Fest empowers women to find their voice and to share their stories through innovative and quality filmmaking.

MadCat Women’s International Film Festival (San Francisco, en septembre)

The MadCat Women’s International Film Festival seeks to exhibit provocative and visionary works that are original in their use of the medium. The festival’s goal is to emphasize innovative works by women that challenge the use of sound and image and explore notions of visual storytelling.

Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival (Los Angeles, en mars-avril)

The Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival is produced by Alliance of Women Filmmakers Inc.  a non-profit 501c(3) organization established by Diana Means to empower women filmmakers to create diverse roles for women. Each year in March the festival showcases narratives, documentaries, animation and student short films. The festival’s programming reflects Diana’s commitment to educate and inform audiences of social political and health issues impacting women globally.

Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival (Colorado Springs, en novembre)

Dedicated to celebrating the drive, spirit and diversity of women, The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is a three day celebration of women and film.

Baltimore Women’s Film Festival (Baltimore, en octobre)

The Baltimore Women’s Film Festival is dedicated and focused on seeking out and promoting cinema created by and for women.  This non-profit festival is held during breast cancer awareness month.  50% of all ticket sale proceeds are donated to breast cancer research and the outreach/survivorship program for Johns Hopkins breast cancer patients.

The Women of Color Arts & Film (WOCAF) Festival – Atlanta

As an arts service and production organization, made up of a strong team of cultural activists, we are committed to developing, promoting, exhibiting, producing and showcasing the artistic work of minority and under represented groups.

Birds Eye View (Londres, Angleterre, en mars)

Birds Eye View celebrates & supports international women filmmakers. Founded as a short film event in 2002, we registered as a charity in 2004, launched the UK’s first major women’s film festival in 2005, and are now developing year-round activity with our First Weekenders Club, BEV Labs, touring program and online community.

Lunafest (Etats-Unis, Canada, d’octobre à avril)

Lunafest is a national traveling festival of short films by…for… about women.

Women’s International Film Festival (Miami, en mars)

WIFF is a unique, cultural event featuring films, visual and performance arts and other artistic expressions by women. It is one of only two festivals in the Southeastern United States specifically dedicated to women. Held annually during Women’s History month, the event is designed to celebrate women and to help them realize their dreams, visions, and voices. The events bring together women from all over the world to explore, share and dialogue about issues concerning women through arts. We believe the images of women on film directly affect how women are perceived, valued and treated in society.

World of Women’s cinema (Australie, en octobre)

Women in Film and Television NSW are proud to present the 16th World of Women – WOW Film Festival 2009. A 5 day program with screenings and forum sessions running October 14-18.

Mujeres en foco [Women in Focus] (Buenos Aires, en mai)

The First International Women and Film Festival for Gender Equity.

The Flying Broom – Ankara Women’s Film Festival (Ankara, en mai)

Tricky Women – International Animation Festival (Vienne, en mars)

Films d’animation.

Bimovie (Munich, en novembre)

Mostra international de Films de Dones de Barcelona (Barcelone, Espagne, en juin)

International Women’s Film Festival Dortmund & Cologne (Dortmund|Cologne, Allemagne, en avril)

With the recent merger of femme totale and Feminale – the two famous film festivals originally set up in Cologne and Dortmund in the 1980s – one of the most significant women’s film festivals in the world has now come into being. IWFF provides a perfect platform for the presentation of the latest film developments and trends as they relate to women working in all areas of film production. Not just women film directors but women cinematographers, film-music composers and other women film-makers are given an unrivalled opportunity to showcase their latest work.

A Corto di Donne (Pozzuoli, Italie, en automne)

Festival de courts métrages réalisés par des femmes.

Aichi International Women’s Film Festival (Aichi, Japon, en septembre)

Aichi International Women’s Film Festival has supported the advancement of women in society and promoted international exchange between women since its launch in 1996. We screen films directed by female directors, invite world-famous female directors and rising female directors, and hold guest talks and symposium that provide the participants with opportunities to exchange their views and ideas in order to promote the realization of a gender-equal society.

Filmor International Women’s Film Festival on Wheels (Istanbul, Turquie, en mars)

To make cinema with women for women, to contest, to produce, to dream and act together…

Women with Vision : Dimensions — International Film Festival (Minneapolis, en mars)

The 16th year of this festival, which recognizes the perspectives women bring to the art of filmmaking, situates us in a world interconnected by politics and global economics.

International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul (Séoul, Corée, en avril)

Introducing the most recent trends of women’s films of today. Serving as the Asian center for the international women’s films network. Discovering talents for Asian women’s films and supporting projects for Asian women’s films. Promoting a perspective striving for a new culture whereby women are the leaders and the participants in cultural production. Seeking understanding and unity between women’s organizations and the audience through the promotion of visual media activities of women’s activist organizations. Creating solidarity between local and international women film community.

Mismebinga — Regard de Femmes (Yaoundé, Cameroun, en mars)

«Mis Me Binga » tente de rehausser l’Image du cinéma camerounais au féminin. Le festival est ouvert prioritairement aux Femmes réalisatrices.

Helsinki Woman Film Festival — Woman of Artichoke (Helsinki, Finlande en avril)

The festival celebrates its 9th edition with eight feature length and six short films by women filmmakers.

IAWRT Asian Women’s Film Festival (New Delhi, Inde, en mars)

 

OUVRAGES

The Sexual Paradox: Men, Women and the Real Gender Gap [Susan Pinker] takes a hard look at how fundamental sex differences play out in the workplace.   By comparing fragile boys who later succeed, with high achieving women who opt out, Susan Pinker turns several  assumptions upside down:  that the sexes are biologically equivalent, that smarts are all it takes to succeed and that men and women have identical interests and goals.

The Celluloid Ceiling: behind-the-scenes employment of women 
in the top 250 films of 2009, Dr. Martha m. Lauzen.

Extrait: In 2009, women comprised 16% of all directors, executive producers, producers, writers, cinematographers, and editors working on the top 250 domestic grossing films. This represents a decline of 3 percentage points from 2001 and is even with 2008.

Women accounted for 7% of directors in 2009, a decrease of 2 percentage points from 2008. This figure represents no change from the percentage of women directing in 1987.

This study analyzed behind-the-scenes employment of 2,838 individuals working on the top 250 domestic grossing films of 2009 with combined domestic box office grosses of approximately $10.5 billion. The summary also compares 2009 figures with previous years.

Le Rideau de verre, Marie-Ève Gagnon,  publié par l’Association québécoise des auteurs dramatiques (AQAD), un portrait socio-économique des auteures et scènes québécoises.

Gendering the Nation, Kay Armatage et  al.. Canadian Women’s Cinema.

University of Toronto Press. 1999

Femmes et cinéma québécois,  Louise Carrière,  Boréal Express. 1983

À l’ombre des projecteurs. Les québécoises et le cinéma, Jocelyne Denault,

Presses de l’université du Qc. 1996

Elles cinéastes ad lib 1895-1981.

Thérèse Lamartine, Editions Remue Ménage 1985

Women filmmakers refocusing, Jacqueline Levitin  et al. UBC Press 2003

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