The International Women’s Film Festival Network (IWFFN) was created in 2012 to support and promote women’s voices, visions and leadership, both onscreen and behind the scenes. The Network strives to amplify the visibility of women filmmakers, more prominently showcase their work across the globe, and demonstrate that audiences attend films about women and girls. The Network serves as a database of women’s film festivals and a forum for members to exchange knowledge and expertise.
The Radical Film Network (RFN) is a network for those involved with or interested in the production, distribution and exhibition of politically and aesthetically radical film. The RFN was founded in September 2013 and exists to help raise the profile of radical film culture and facilitate communication and collaboration among those involved.