The WIN Awards

Beverly Hills, United States

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Contact Information

8950 W. Olympic Boulevard Suite 589
Beverly Hills California 90211
United States
Phone: (+1) 310 229-5365
Email:

Phyllis Stuart

Phone: (+1) 310 229-5365

Women’s Image Network

8950 W. Olympic Boulevard Suite 589
Beverly Hills California 90211
United States
Phone: (+1) 310 229-5365
Email:

Phyllis Stuart

Phone: (+1) 310 229-5365

About Women’s Image Network

The WIN Awards gather Ten Top Worldwide creative jurors to evaluate INTERTACTIVE and FILM/TV broadcast spots which was either created by, written, produced, directed BY WOMEN or which has a female targeted demographic.

Until August 31st, WIN will be accepting new entries for The 2006 WIN Awards.

Since Women's Image Network (WIN) honors those who dispel media stereotypes, THE WIN AWARDS / WOMEN'S IMAGE NETWORK accepts feature films, Broadcast/Interactive commercials and Television shows/films which either feature a female protagonist OR which are created / directed by a woman.

Please join us Monday, October 23, 2006 in Los Angeles. For specific details download the 2006 entry form at www.thewinawards.com.

Since our inception in 1993, WIN has honored those who improve female media images so that women everywhere may attain economic and social parity. To that end, Women’s Image Network, (WIN), presents The WIN Award to illustrious entertainment industry icons and emerging artists who share our commitment to “Foster A World Where Everyone WINs”.

Previous WIN Award recipients include: Lauren Shuler Donner, Ed Harris, Christine Lahti, Gurinder Chadha, Lauren Bacall, Jane Campion, Renée Zellweger, Jodi Foster, Lynn Redgrave, Kathy Najimy, Pierce Brosnan, Lily Tomlin and Laura Ziskin. A few former hosts / panelists / presenters include: Dan Wieden, Kathy Griffin, Lili Fini Zanuck, David Brown, David O. Russell, Garry Marshall, Lynda Obst, Martha Coolidge, Lily Tartikoff, Laraine Newman, Polly Platt and Meg LaFauve, among others.

Since 1993 WIN has produced the WIN Awards, an ABC primetime special, FIFTY YEARS OF FUNNY FEMALES, and The WinFemme Film Festival, which programed films that either feature female protagonists or films directed by women.