Women's Broadcast Television Network Launches First Independent Film Network for Women: Women in Film

WBTVN partners with Universities to showcase Independent Films created by women, for women

Women's Broadcast Television Network

Women’s Broadcast Television Network announced today the launch of Women in Film.  Women in Film is the first network to provide an International TV platform for women independent film makers (including documentaries).

Women in Film partners with Universities and Film Festivals from around the world to showcase films and documentaries created by women and for women. Women’s Broadcast Television Network operates a family of leading media properties that include WBTVN.tv, Women on TV, Women’s Wellness, Women’s Leadership and provides an outlet for sharing knowledge, and supporting other like-minded women.

Both of my daughters are film makers with Production companies in Los Angeles and my son is a well-known actor in Hollywood. I know how hard it is for young, aspiring women film makers to get 'noticed' in this world of Smart Phones and YouTube. Women in Film gives these women the opportunity to have their films showcased on an international platform, making it easy for producers and directors to find them. I am excited WBTVN is part of this movement.

Shea Vaughn, co-Founder and co-CEO of WBTVN

“Both of my daughters are film makers with Production companies in Los Angeles and my son is a well-known actor in Hollywood,” says Shea Vaughn, co-Founder and co-CEO of WBTVN (and Vince Vaughn’s mom).  “I know how hard it is for young, aspiring women film makers to get ‘noticed’ in this world of smart phones and YouTube.  Women in Film gives these women the opportunity to have their films showcased on an international platform, making it easy for producers and directors to find them. I am excited WBTVN is part of this movement.”

“So honored to create a platform for inspiring women film makers,” says Jayne Rios, co-Founder and co-CEO of WBTVN.  “We have seen the phenomenal rise of independent films created by women on our network WBTVN, so we decided to create a platform where these videos can be featured.  WBTVN has the first all Women’s Film Festival coming up next year in the United States and we’ve partnered with local film festivals as well.  This is an exciting time for women in film.“

Women in Film offers a platform to showcase independent films and documentaries from women all over the world.  Women in Film partners with local Universities, Film Schools and Film Festivals globally, to showcase programming created by women, for women. 

Women in Film is part of the Women’s Broadcast Television Network.  WBTVN is the place to explore breakthrough viewpoints from a woman’s perspective in art, health, performance, science, music, business, finance and more.  Utilizing new technologies, WBTVN has created a new visual meeting place today for women to collaborate, inspire and strengthen their collective evolvement to leadership greatness.

Women in Film, through the Women’s Broadcast Television Network has partnerships with ROKU, Google Play, Amazon Fire and Kindle, iTunes, Apple.  Consumers can find Women in Film on these channels by searching Women on TV in the streaming channels or online at www.wbtvn.tv.

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