• A Civilized Life

  • A Land Shaped By Women

  • A Thousand Words

  • Adbucted

  • Andromeda

  • Ava

  • Beyond Sixty Project

  • Blur

  • Cerulia

  • Chop Liver

  • Coming Home

  • Cupids Paradise

  • Daisy Winters

  • Dear Stranger

  • Displaced

  • Dolor

  • East

  • Eat Your Principles

  • Entangled Powers

  • Eternal Resonance

  • Eternity


  • Familia

  • Freakishly Normal

  • Free Spirit

  • Gwen

  • Heather Has Four Moms

  • Homecoming

  • Jeans horizon

  • Juice Truck

  • Kismet

  • Kristal Clear

  • Leana and The White Boy

  • Little Lantern

  • Matchstick Willie

  • Maternal Secrets

  • No Means

  • On Ice

  • Our Name Spells Lesbian

  • Out Of It

  • Paige

  • Returning Citizens

  • Robertas Living Room


  • Still

  • Sexo Y Tortillas

  • Slipaway

  • St Bernie

  • Staff Pick

  • State Like Sleep

  • Straighten Out

  • SuperMarket

  • The Fisherwoman

  • The Flapping of the Hummingbird

  • The Future if Female PSA

  • The Kids We Lose

  • The Loss

  • The Most Dangerous Year

  • The Revival Women and the World

  • The Station

  • The Things That Unite Us

  • Trafficked in Paradise

  • Training Wheels

  • Useless

  • Vivian

  • Widow

  • Women of Weeping River

  • Word Is Bond

About the Festival

Celebrating the cinematic achievements of women from the around the world, The Los Angeles Women's International Film festival produced by Alliance of Women Filmmakers will take place March 21-24 at LA Live Regal Cinemas.

Now in its 15th year, the festival serves as a platform for women filmmakers worldwide to share their unique stories and cultural experiences with Los Angeles' diverse audience. The 2019 festival will feature films from around the world including; Austria, Italy, India and Japan to name a few. The festival's programming also reflects Alliance of Women Filmmakers' mission to educate and inform audiences of social, political, and health issues impacting women globally.

This festival is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.




Volunteering with LAWIFF is an opportunity to see incredible films, network with filmmakers and entertainment executives, make friends and take part in a truly collaborative event that supports and celebrates women filmmakers from around the world. For more information email diana.means@yahoo.com put 2019 Volunteer Assignment in the subject line.



Call For Entries Open July 2019

2019 Best of Fest

Narrative Feature

State Like Sleep

Directed by Meredith Danluck


Documentary Feature

The Kids We Lose

Directed by Lisa Wolfinger


Narrative Short


Directed by Marlene Forte & Kase Pena


Web Series

Juice Truck

Directed by Mecca White


Narrative Feature Script

The Cage of La Llorona

Written by Karen McDermott