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Dual Memberships with Sister Chapters

Members of sister WIF chapters can enjoy Dual membership in NYWIFT, and it is open to anyone who is a paid up member of any WIF chapter. The dues to NYWIFT are $75.


The latest chapters to offer a reciprocal Dual membership to NYWIFT members are WIF/Chicago, and WIFV-DC.

As Dual WIF/Chicago members, NYWIFT members will receive the following standard benefits, which include:
- Admission to members only events
- Discount subscription rate to WIF/Chicago partner publications
- Individual member is recognized in international directory
- Opportunity to participate in WIF/Chicago Professional Mentorship Program
- Recognition of Membership in E-Newsletters
- Special discount offers from WIF/Chicago sponsors in the media creation industry
- Special membership admission rates at WIF/Chicago events 
- Subscription to WIF/Chicago monthly E-Newsletters
Dues are $75 per year (plus regular NYWIFT dues)

For more information, contact:

Women in Film Chicago
100 W. Kinzie, 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL  60610
ph: 312.665.0055
f: 312.884.0084
info@wifchicago.org
http://www.wifchicago.org/


As Dual WIFV-DC members, NYWIFT members will receive all the benefits of an Executive Membership, which include:
- Access to general and executive listservs;
- Member fees for all events;
- Listing in online member directory;
- Monthly e-newsletter;
- Advance notice of screenings and special events;
- Opportunity to nominate a Woman of Vision;
- Participation in annual board elections;
- WIFV-DC baseball cap courtesy of Media Central
Dues are $75 per year (plus regular NYWIFT dues)

NYWIFT Members requesting dual membership must provide a resume with their application. For more information, contact:
Women in Film & Video
3628 12th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
202-429-9438 (office)
202-429-9440 (fax)
membership@wifv.org
www.wifv.org

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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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