Jumping for Joy. Skip Girl will screen at Canada's prestigious women's film festival Female Eye Film Festival. This will be the film's Canadian premiere. Save as FEFF-01 The 18th Female Eye Film Festival (FeFF) will take place March 4th-7th, 2021 at TIFF Bell Light Box. It should be noted we have a Female Eye program in March 2020 at TIFF as part of International Women's Day (IWD), and we will be gathering films as they come to us leading up to 2021. This festival is a competitive international women director’s film festival established in 2001, as a not-for-profit organization. Films must be directed by women. FeFF can opt to present a short co-directed by a female/male team. The FeFF showcases high caliber independent films that illuminate the best of debut, emerging, and established women directors from around the globe, and presents awards for Best Films and Best Screenplays at the Closing Awards Ceremony. FeFF LOGO_2-bak-0_2 The Female Eye serves to bridge the gap between the written, visual and media arts with an eclectic program of Film Screenings, Script Readings, FeFF Photo Exhibit, along with a robust Industry Initiatives Program of panels, workshops, pitch sessions... Each year, The FeFF recognizes one outstanding internationally recognized woman who has contributed to the advancement of the media arts with the HONOURARY DIRECTOR and HONOURARY MAVERICK AWARD with a BEST IN THE BIZ TRIBUTE.   The Female Eye, noted for its intimate atmosphere, great programming, and accessibility attracts film enthusiasts, emerging, and internationally recognized directors, screenwriters, seasoned industry professionals, celebrities, and decision makers in film and television. All filmmakers and screenwriters are notified. Mission and Mandate • Offer a perspective through the Female Eye • Enlighten, educate and entertain through independent cinema • Illuminate the best of debut, emerging and established filmmakers • Celebrate the relationship between the written, visual and media arts For seven consecutive years (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013) the Female Eye Film Festival has been voted “top 50 film festivals in the world worthy the entry fee” by the renowned independent Movie Maker magazine. FeFF is an accredited festival by the Canadian Academy of Film and Television.