WIFT-FL strives to provide our members and the Florida film community at large advanced opportunities through networking, educational programs, and events held throughout our 6 different branches.  When you join WIFT-FL you join a network of over 300 members who are united for one common goal – to improve production employment in the state of Florida. Check out our Member Center for more details on how to become a Professional Member, a Friend of WIFT, or a Student Member.

- Nancy McBride, President

Featured Member

Melbourne-based Eric Emerick has been making short films for 17 years. As with all Indie filmmakers he’s had to wear a few different hats - director, writer, editor, and sound recordist are just some of them. His latest short film, The Model, will play at 2018’s Melbourne Independent Filmmakers' Festival. He also volunteers for the festival, where he curates the submissions via FilmFreeway, and streams the red carpet ceremony. He is a member of Brevard Film and Talent and The Screenwriters of Brevard.

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Our new WIFT-FL Store

We here at WIFT-FL are always looking for new ways & ideas to support our membership...so we have opened up our own store! Check out our trial offer for you "STAR WARS" fans...a special pin!

To get to our Store go to the Members Only Tab and you will find us !  

WIFT-FL supports the "Our Rock Project" Kids Teaching Kids 1st Annual Film Festival

MIFF Tie Up Loose Ends Screenplay and Short Film Competition for the 21st  MIFF in 2019

The MIFF Tie Up Loose Ends screenplay and short film competition for the 21st annual MIFF in 2019 is open now thru January 18, 2019 for screenplay submissions (http://www.melbournefilmfest.com/tie-up-loose-ends-rules/).  There is no cost to submit a screenplay, and the cost for video submission is the same as for any MIFF short ($10 early, $20 regular, or $30 late).  All MIFF income, other than submission fees, go to our selected charity.  This year, as in the past four years, it was No Limits Academy http://nolimitsacademy.com/.  With the receipts for this year expected to exceed $12,000 our total donations over the past five years to No Limits Academy has exceeded $60,000.

Submissions for the 2019 MIFF will open on Film Freeway in February.  The MIFF date is not yet set, but is expected to be in October.

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