Juice Award

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Rewarding

The Juice Award is a crowd sourced grassroots initiative to recognize and reward women feature film directors. Selected US festivals will present $1,000 Juice Awards to a 1st or 2nd time female director. Tangerine works with programmers to include more female-helmed narrative features. The Juice Award serves to acknowledge new work, promote awareness, and continue to build audiences for films made by women.

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Mentoring

Each directing award comes with five hours of consultation by Tangerine and other industry veterans, including introductions, festival and distribution advice and guidance on future projects.

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Community Building

A series of receptions for women directors provides opportunities for emerging talent to mingle with industry veterans, fostering networking and peer-to-peer support.


 


Prior Award Winners:

2016

attends the premiere of "Play the Devil" during the 2016 Los Angeles Film Festival at Arclight Cinemas Culver City on June 4, 2016 in Culver City, California.Maria Govan

Film: Play The Devil

Woodstock Film Festival

 

Director Robin Swicord, from the film “Wakefield,” poses for a portraits at the Toronto International Film Festival for Los Angeles Times on September 13, 2016 in Toronto, Ontario. (Photo by Jay L. Clendenin/Contour by Getty Images)

Robin Swicord

Film: Wakefield

Hamptons International Film Festival

 

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Film: Embers

Sarasota Film Festival

 

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Stella Meghie

Film: Jean of the Joneses

New Orleans Film Festival

 

Celia Rowlson Hall

Film: MA

Ashland Independent Film Festival

 

 

2015

Sarah Gavron

Film: Suffragette

Hamptons International Film Festival

 

 

Gabrielle Demeestere 

Film: Yosemite

Slamdance Film Festival

 

Josephine Decker

Josephine Decker

Film: Butter on the Latch

Sarasota Film Festival

 

Linda-Maria Birbeck

Film: There Should Be Rules

Woodstock Film Festival

 

 

2014

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Desiree Akhavan

Film: Appropriate Behavior

Provincetown International Film Festival

 

pose for a portrait during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival at the Getty Images Portrait Studio at the Village At The Lift on January 21, 2014 in Park City, Utah.

Sara Colangelo

Film: Little Accidents

Hamptons International Film Festival

 

<> the premiere of "Life in a Day" at The Museum of Modern Art on July 24, 2011 in New York City.

Caryn Waechter

Film: The Sisterhood of Night

Woodstock Film Festival

 

Maya Vitkova

Film: Viktoria

Sarasota Film Festival

 

 

2013

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Stacie Passon

Film: Concussion

Woodstock Film Festival

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