WHAT’S HAPPENING AT WAWA’S?
Find out about very important news about our organization.
Save the date: We will give each other a big hug
After some logistical changes, our big celebration for WAWA Woman of the Year 2021 changes its date. The date will be Sunday, January 16, 2022 in the bright city of Miami. There, finally, after almost two years of pandemic, we will be able to meet and embrace each other. Get more information by contacting Patty Dominguez (firstname.lastname@example.org +58 424-1699959) and stay tuned to our social media platforms.
WAWA Content Hunter
Once again WAWA Content Hunter will take place, a virtual meeting in which the organization generates spaces to consolidate relationships that materialize as business opportunities. This time, we are looking for content for an important free-to-air TV channel in Latin America. Soap operas, series and movies concentrate the interests of this event that you can’t miss. The appointment is on October 28th at 11:00 a.m. Miami time. Register now or contact Patty Dominguez for more information at email@example.com.
"Extraordinary Women" nominated for the PRODU Awards
Our documentary series “Extraordinary Women”, dedicated to women who have positively impacted their communities and the world, has been nominated for the PRODU Awards. Created in 2017, this is a recognition of great importance for being the only one that highlights and promotes excellence in Latin and Spanish-language audiovisual production in the world.
Produced by our executives, Carolina Cordero and María Eugenia Muci, and moderated by renowned journalist María Elena Useche, “Mujeres extraordinarias” shares the stories of anonymous heroines who daily contribute to the betterment of humanity.
“It is a great honor to be nominated along with such interesting content in the prestigious Produ Awards, ‘Extraordinary Women’ is WAWA’s first production and continues to fill us with satisfaction,” said Carolina Cordero, who is also general manager of WAWA Association.
Judy Delpy: At ease at WAWA Inspiring Minds
On October 11th, we were honored to have Julie Delpy, one of the most accomplished women in the film industry. Her career as an actress, writer, director and producer has been an inspiration and stimulus for hundreds of professionals who have followed in her footsteps, but none of that has diminished her warm and approachable personality… With the presence of our associates connected from different parts of the world, this meeting took place in the framework of a new WAWA Inspiring Minds talk, where Delpy said she was so comfortable that she wanted to stay longer than the scheduled time.
These spaces are designed to offer anecdotal experiences that connect and inspire our members, so sign up for the next one and don’t miss out on an enriching experience. To participate and for more information email Patty Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strong presence in Iberseries Platino Industria 2021
Looking for the positioning of women in the audiovisual industry, WAWA Association participated in the event Iberseries Platino Industria with about 25 members. In addition to the presence of some of the associates in different panels and sessions, WAWA organized its own event as part of “Dialogues with the Industry”. There, part of the board, headed by its chairwoman, Roxana Rotundo, Cecilia Gómez De la Torre, Liliam Hernández, Vanessa Velázquez, María Bonaria Fois, Ana Cecilia Alvarado, among others, gave a summary of the actions together with the general manager, Carolina Cordero, who participated from Buenos Aires.
In addition, some companies offered a showcase of products and services: VIP 2000 TV, Amazonia Films/Tondero, Spring Media, Enoro LLC, which presented three films, and Ecuavisa Studios, which continues to promote its series and feature film projects, as well as production services in Ecuador.