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THE VOICE OF A WOMAN | VOW 

Founded in 2009, this year marks 10 years of exhibiting the works of women in film and fine art and advocating for systemic change to level the playing field to hire more women and bring their works in to the mainstream.  Each year THE VOICE OF A WOMAN (VOW) presents a bold and innovative program presenting and celebrating the works of creative women globally.  THE VOICE OF A WOMAN FESTIVAL & TALKS is featured each year in New York and London, as well as its traveling series to various cities internationally, exploring the 'voice' of women around the world and providing a platform for their expression.

THE VOICE OF A WOMAN | VOW | AWARDS

With each Festival THE VOICE OF A WOMAN has presented its award to such artists and creative leaders as: Shirin Neshat (Artist), Grace Jones (Performance Art), Chloe Sevigny (Actress), Ming Smith (Fine Art Photographer), Kim Longinotto (Director), Deeyah Khan (Director), Thandie Newton (Actor), Sylvia Syms OBE (Actor), Sarah Gavron (Director), Zoe Wanamaker CBE (Actor), Darnell Martin (Director), Alison Owen (Producer) and others.

THE VOICE OF A WOMAN | VOW | TALKS SERIES

THE VOICE OF A WOMAN TALKS | VOW TALKS is a series of live talk events featuring filmmakers, writers, artiststs and thought-leaders sharing their works, imagination and perspectives.

Some of the artists and thought-leaders who have been featured with THE VOICE OF A WOMAN TALKS have been:
Chloe Sevigny, Grace Jones, Shirin Neshat, Naomie Harris OBE, So Yong Kim, Adepero Oduye, Nina Menkes, Deeyah Khan, Kim Longinotto, Germaine Greer, Darnell Martin, Dr. Scilla Elworthy Phd, and others. 

THE VOICE OF A WOMAN | YOUTH PROJECTS

VOW'S Youth Leadership & Social Responsibility Projects (YLSR Projects) have delivered talks, mentoring and training in to schools, universities in communities internationally.  VOW has partnered with UNICEF, UN WOMEN, Amnesty International and other NGO's using the power of film to educate and build greater awareness of social concerns.

"Slowly but surely changing the conversation"

Founder, CEO, Curator:  Maureen A. Bryan