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Arts Day of Giving
Thursday, October 2, 2014
An ONLINE event
The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC) and The Pittsburgh Foundation will sponsor a giving event called ArtDOG (Arts Day of Giving) for local arts organizations.
On Thursday, October 2 between 6:00 am and midnight, you will have the opportunity to give to Women In Film and Media to assist us with our programs by going to PittsburghGives.org.
Donations will be partially matched through this program – ONE day to make a difference.
Women In Film and Media programs include our PSA Program which has produced a public service announcement for organizations such as Cribs For Kids, Crisis Center North, Women & Girls Foundation and Hair Peace Charities.
Other programs include our International Short Film Showcase, Casting Showcase, panel discussions and industry educational sessions.
Please mark your calendars and make a donation to Women In Film and Media on October 2, between 6:00 am and midnight by going to
The WIFTI Summit is over, but the accolades continue.
From Melissa Martin, Director – “I learned so much from listening to Catherine Hardwicke – she really is, as one of the participants said, a total bad ass.
Special Thanks To The Encore on 7th for allowing us to use their meeting space.
Women in Film and Media (WIFM) Pittsburgh is a nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to improve the status and portrayal of women in film, television, and other screen-based media in Southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond.
WIFM comprises dynamic professionals, both men and women, who represent every aspect of the industry: producers, directors, cinematographers, production crew, actors, talent agents, accountants and lawyers.
We serve our community by facilitating their access to opportunities in industry. In addition, we lend our services to non-profit organizations helping women and children.
Our programs and events include workforce skills development through mentoring and training workshops; production of public service announcements for non-profits dedicated to women and children; and industry partnerships that further our mission.
WIFM is a chapter of Women In Film & Television International (WIFTI), a global network comprising over 40 chapters worldwide with more than 10,000 members, dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women in industry.