The Citizen Jane Film Festival supports independent film by independent women.
The festival screens films in all genres by filmmakers from all ages, including award-winning indie films (such as Winter's Bone, Tiny Furniture, and Trouble the Water) as well as lesser known gems that have been overlooked by the film industry. We highlight the pioneers of film with special guests like Christine Vachon and Barbara Hammer. And we work to inspire younger and emerging filmmakers as well, screening first time filmmaker work and bringing guest artists from all ages (youngest has been 7 years old, oldest 72!) and all stages of their careers to come together and inspire and mentor one another.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Barbie Banks (Director)
Citizen Jane Film Festival
Stephens College; 1200 E Broadway
Columbia, Missouri 65215
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Any short animated film 15 minutes or less.
A short fiction film (under 50 minutes). The preferred length of a short film is under 15 minutes for programming purposes.
Fiction films 50+ minutes.
A short non-fiction film (under 40 minutes). The preferred length of a short film is under 15 minutes for programming purposes.
Non-fiction films 40+ minutes
How do you define experimental film? If it doesn't fit in the other categories, it probably fits here.
Short films of any genre 50 minutes or less made by women in undergraduate or graduate film classes or programs in higher ed.
Films directed by young woman or girl UNDER the age of 18 when you made your film? Films must be no more than 25 minutes.
Any short film 25 minutes or less that incorporates the art of dance and the art of filmmaking. We are especially interested in filmmakers that use film to explore dance and performance in a new way, and not simply to record dance performances on film.
films that would appeal to families, children 12 and under and also "big kids".