Film Festival

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TWE in History

1999

Festival begins with one film hosted by Ringling College, as part of the UN Women Gulfcoast Chapter

1999

Festival begins with one film hosted by Ringling College, as part of the UN Women Gulfcoast Chapter

2000-2004

All-day films and evening receptions begin; festival moves to Selby Library, New College and the Players Theater

2000-2004

All-day films and evening receptions begin; festival moves to Selby Library, New College and the Players Theater

2006

23 films screened at Regal Hollywood 20

2006

23 films screened at Regal Hollywood 20

2010

TWE pairs with Sarasota Film Festival

2010

TWE pairs with Sarasota Film Festival

2020

TWE becomes independent again, Emerging Filmmaker Category launches

2020

TWE becomes independent again, Emerging Filmmaker Category launches

2021

All films stream online due to COVID-19, viewers from 13 countries & 38 US states

2021

All films stream online due to COVID-19, viewers from 13 countries & 38 US states

2022

TWE forms as independent 501(c)3; UN Women USA closes chapters

2022

TWE forms as independent 501(c)3; UN Women USA closes chapters

2024

25th Anniversary – online and in-person screenings of 32 films; honoring of Legacy Leaders and Greatest Hits; Ringling and Sarasota Art Museum host

2024

25th Anniversary – online and in-person screenings of 32 films; honoring of Legacy Leaders and Greatest Hits; Ringling and Sarasota Art Museum host

2024 Films:

Click here to download our 2023 Film Summary Handout:

Click here to download our 2024 Film Summary Handout:

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