The World Policy Institute has published an Op-Ed/article by Wendy Dent about the UN Khmer Rouge Tribunal in Cambodia, on their 'World Policy' blog;
Wendy Dent is honoured to announce that 'DECEMBER 25' has been nominated for an award for 'BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM' at the upcoming Miami International Short Film Festival. As a competition film, it will also be eligible for the 'Best of the Fest' award.
'DECEMBER 25' has also been chosen in official selection at more prestigious international film festivals;
OCTOBER/ NOVEMBER SCREENINGS:
- CANADA PREMIERE:
Vancouver International Film Festival 2013
29 September and 10 October 2013
- BAY AREA PREMIERE:
Mill Valley International Film Festival 2013
5 October & 8 October 2013
- EAST COAST PREMIERE:
Hamptons International Film Festival 2013
October 11 at 3pm, and 13th at 8:45pm
- SOUTHERN US PREMIERE
Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2013
October 12 & 17
- GERMANY PREMIERE
47th Hof International Film Festival 2013
Oct 22- 27
- MID-WEST PREMIERE
Austin International Film Festival 2013
October 27 at 4:30PM, October 28 at 5:30pm, Hideout Theatre
- FLORIDA PREMIERE:
Miami International Short Film Festival 2013
November 11 & 12
- COLORADO PREMIERE
Starz Denver International Film Festival 2013
November 13 & 14
plus more film festival announcements coming up
news and photos also at: https://www.facebook.com/Official.Wendy.Dent
WENDY DENT, World Economic Forum Young Global Leader 2013, is honoured to be a participant and panelist at the World Economic Forum "Summer Davos" (the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, in Dalian China), speaking on a panel on 'the Promise of the Creative Economy', together with Japan's Minister for Culture, on September 11
WENDY DENT will attend the LOS ANGELES PREMIERE of her film 'DECEMBER 25' at the
BAFTA and Academy Award accredited LA Shorts Fest (the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival)
CNN Anchor Isha Sesay interviewed WENDY DENT on August 5 about Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwe elections on CNN International today at 3:40pm EST, and presented a clip from 'No News From Harare', which she described as "powerful".
On July 29 The World Policy Institute and IndieWire (a leading film news site) published Wendy Dent's account of filming covertly in Harare Zimbabwe;
June 23: Missi Pyles ('The Artist'), representing the Palm Springs International ShortFest jury, announced that 'December 25' by Wendy Dent has been chosen as the winner of the second prize for Best Documentary, out of over 3000 entries, and over 300 international films in Official Selection.
Wendy Dent attended the North American premiere of 'December 25' at the Palm Springs International ShortFest, California, and the the Australian premiere of 'December 25' at the Sydney Film Festival, which received vigorous audience applause.
Wendy Dent has also been chosen to be a delegate in the 2013 World Justice Forum at The Hague.
Having completed the academic year as Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, Wendy Dent has flown from the West to the East Coast for meetings in Boston, New York and Washington DC about future projects.
Wendy Dent will be a discussion leader on 'The Arts-Policy Nexus' and 'Security Across Borders' at the World Policy Institute's 'Around the Table' Gala, at the Times Center, on May 2nd
Wendy Dent will present two guest-lectures at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, with special screening of her documentary 'No News From Harare' to IUP World News courses and at a public event co-presented by the IUP Pan-African Studies Center and the African American Cultural Center,
12:30pm- 2pm Thursday April 18th.
AUSTRALIANS IN FILM: 8pm Monday April 22, Los Angeles
Wendy Dent will guest-speak at Australians in Film's special presentation of her film 'No News From Harare' at LA Film School in Hollywood, Los Angeles
Wendy Dent is honoured to announce that she has been selected as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, class of 2013;
The World Economic Forum for Young Global Leaders has published Wendy Dent's writing, envisioning a Global Media Mentor initiative, on the World Economic Forum blog;
'Hollywood, the Citizen Journalist, and a GMM initiative' by Wendy Dent
News stories about Wendy's selection as a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader have been published on Yahoo News, US Economic News and other sites;
MARCH 12: University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Wendy Dent will guest-speak at a special screening/discussion of her film 'No News From Harare', co-presented by the USC School of Cinematic Arts, School of International Relations, Department of Political Sciences and International Human Rights Law Clinic
Guest Speakers: Wendy Dent, Ron Osborn (Bannerman Fellow, USC School of International Relations), and USC School of Cinematic Arts Professors Mark Harris and Dr. Michael Renov (Vice Dean of Academic Affairs)