Female Festival Testimonial – September 23 2018

Zena Abdelbaky
Zena Abdelbaky

My film was featured and won best movie in this great, supportive, and uplifting festival. The constant communication and feedback makes one feel recognized and valued. Sadly I could not attend the screenings, but the festival recorded audience’s reactions to my film as well as send me a podcast of people reviewing films that were screened there. So, even as someone that could not attend, they made me feel very included, and i’ve experienced this festival despite not physically being there. I have a lot of gratitude towards them.

5 Star Review

A Film Freeway Preferred Festival:

The FEEDBACK Female Film Festival (FFFF) was created for women filmmakers and screenwriters. The goal is to showcased the best of female talent in film & TV from around the world.

Film Festival takes place six times a year!

Screenplay Festival takes place every single month.

Festival takes place at the Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas in downtown Los Angeles, and the Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto.

Female Festival Testimonial – September 21 2018

I found it very refreshing and interesting. Some of the comments I never heard before. All in all it was an honor to hear that my film triggered such an interesting discussion.

A Film Freeway Preferred Festival:

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Female Festival Testimonial – September 19 2018

Zena Abdelbaky

My film was featured and won best movie in this great, supportive, and uplifting festival. The constant communication and feedback makes one feel recognized and valued. Sadly I could not attend the screenings, but the festival recorded audience’s reactions to my film as well as send me a podcast of people reviewing films that were screened there. So, even as someone that could not attend, they made me feel very included, and i’ve experienced this festival despite not physically being there. I have a lot of gratitude towards them.

A Film Freeway Preferred Festival:

ALL THAT REMAINS, 4min., Egypt, Drama/Experimental 
Directed by Zena AbdelBakyThe art of saying what’s on your mind without saying it.

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RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the August 2018 Female Festival

RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN, 6min., Portugal, Drama 
Directed by Peta MilanWhen a relationship turns sour, Justine finds her naked photos posted online and is inundated by secondary victimisation.

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THE PITS Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the August 2018 Female Festival

THE PITS, 6min., Canada, Comedy/Romance
Directed by Shetu ModiAt 13, Dhruvi is appalled to learn the Indian food she eats every day makes her armpits smell funny. Her struggle with pungent food and bold spices resurfaces years later, when she’s drawn to a fellow South Asian student in university.

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Female Film Festival Testimonial – August 25 2018

Screenwriter Mary C. Ferrara (RED SHIRT)

A Film Freeway Preferred Festival:

I liked the fact that it was trying to promote female talent, which is so important these days. Yes, I hope too there will be no need for festivals aimed at promoting work of female filmmakers. That eventually there will be a bigger percentage of female filmmakers that are on the scene and get the attention they deserve from all festivals. I LOVED your feedback, it helped me to flesh things out more, it really made sense.