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WAVE AWARDS

celebrate remarkable gender minorities working
in the screen industry

2022 WAVE Awards 
-NOMINATIONS ARE CLOSED-

Do you know a remarkable person in the film industry? Now is the time to recognize their fabulous contributions with a WIFT-AT WAVE Award nomination!

PRESENTATION

The WAVE Awards will be presented

 

Sunday, March 27, 2022

 

at the WIFT-AT Making Waves Conference.

Nomination Steps

A nomination submission must include the following: 

  1. A nomination pitch write-up (500 words max.).
    This document should convincingly detail why your nominee should be recognized by WIFT-AT. Consider any volunteer work, awards, and achievements you feel the person should be recognized for.

  2. A résumé and/or filmography of the nominee.

  3. Contact information for both yourself and the nominee.

  4. One letter of recommendation.

  5. Optional: an additional letter of support. (No more than two letters of support per nomination please.)

 

There is no limit on the number of nominations submitted by any one person. If you have previously submitted a nomination that was not selected, please consider resubmitting.

 

All nominations are kept confidential, and there is a new selection committee each year.

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Deadline

All nominations must be received by email to info@wift-at.com by Friday, March 18th at midnight, AST.

 

More Info


Questions about the nomination process? Contactinfo@wift-at.com.  

WAVE AWARD RECIPIENTS

2021

Gia Milani, Liesl Mulholland, Ariella Pahlke

2020

Debi Jonatanson, Kristin Arason, Kimberlee McTaggart, and Deanne Foley

2019

Juanita Peters,Teresa MacInnes, and Ruth Lawrence

2018 

Janet Hawkwood, Rachel Bower, and Terry Greenlaw

2017 

Ann Bernier, Christine McLean, Donna Davies

2016

Lara Cassidy, Annette Clarke, and Dominique Gusset

2015

Catherine Martin, Renee Laprise and Marlene Cahill

2014

Barbara Doran, Noreen Golfman and Linda Wood

2013

Lisa Rose Snow, Angie Kokic, and Louise Lalonde

2012

Jennice Ripley, Sylvia Hamilton, and Jan Miller

2011

Jean Smith, Ann Verrall, Cheryl Wagner, and Cat LeBlanc