Miniflix Presents Women In Film Festival

  • Interview with Jamee Ranta

    Watch this exclusive interview with Jamee Ranta, CEO & Executive Producer of Artifact Content, and Executive Producer of Boy in the Castle. She's produced music videos such as Anaconda (Nicki Minaj) WAP (Cardi B) and more recently Holy (Justin Bieber). Jamee shares her journey to becoming a produ...

  • Interview with Ashley Ford

    A Miniflix exclusive interview with Ashley Ford - Executive Producer of Nine. Ashely Ford shares her journey about her experience starting out in the industry from Intern to directors rep to EP.

  • Interview with Paige Simpson

    A Miniflix exclusive interview with Paige Simpson - Head of Development at Rachel Brosnahan’s Scrap Paper Pictures. AshlyFord - executive Producer from Nine - speaks with Paige about her journey from a biology pre-med major to now working in showbiz.

  • Miniflix Interview with Marina Zoilkowski

    Director Chell Stephen speaks with Marina Zoilkowski about her film You Look So Good. A Champs-Élysées Film Festival Audience Award winner, Marina shares her inspiration on style choices, directing talent, and the process of making something personal. Watch this exclusive Miniflix interview showc...

  • Miniflix Interview with Carol Nguyen

    Producer/Host Ashely Chaney takes a deep dive into Carol Nguyen's 2020 SXSW winning film No Crying at the Dinner Table. A three-times-over TIFF Jump Cuts Award-winner. Watch and learn how Carol developed and approached her film and found honesty in her subject matter.

  • La mère à boire - Sweet mother of mine

    Ariane and her son Thomas are waiting in a car. When they encounter a lady, Ariane, who is unsure if she is meeting her biological mother, gets petrified and suffers from a paralysis attack.

  • WIFF Trailer 2020

    Miniflix Presents: Women In Film Festival (WIFF)

    With access to 40 incredible films — but not just any films. Each one was written, directed, or produced by a different woman in the industry. That comes in at just over a dollar per film. It’s like the Redbox days but better. Because you’ll also ...