Upcoming Events

Wednesday, May 8 at 6 PM at Richards, 359 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT

Gaby The Woman Behind Maison Chloé Film and Fashion Event at Richards

This fashionable event includes a cocktail reception, a special screening of GABY THE WOMAN BEHIND MAISON CHLOÉ, and a panel discussion with some of the top designers and leaders from the fashion industry.

Sponsored by Richards and The Eve & Simon Colin Family Foundation

Wednesday, May 15 at 6 PM Online

The Film Award Ceremony

GIFF’s Best Social Impact Film Award is generously underwritten by Ann & Nick Young.

The 2024 Film Award Ceremony will feature the nominees of our Best Social Impact Film Award. Join our jury, including Philanthropist Ann Young, Film Producer Jane Shang, Filmmaker Joe Massa, and Avon Theatre Executive Director Peter Gistelinck, as well as representatives from the nominated films to find out who will win our prestigious film award this year. GIFF’s Best Social Impact Film Award is generously underwritten by Ann & Nick Young.

Thursday, June 20th at 7 PM at the Bedford Playhouse, 633 Old Post Road, Bedford, NY

GIFF Writer's Inspiration Talk & Award Ceremony

We invite you to attend our firstever Writer’s Inspiration Talk & Award Ceremony
Honoring Award Winning and Emmy Nominated Filmmaker, Rebecca Miller.

This event is held in partnership with WGA East and Bedford Playhouse

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2024 GIFF Events


Wednesday, April 17, 6 PM at the Greenwich Country Day School, 401 Old Church Road, Greenwich, CT

999 The Forgotten Girls

Join GIFF for a special screening of 999 THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS featuring a Q&A with Director Heather Dune Macadam. This event is generously underwritten by The Eve & Simon Colin Family Foundation.

Friday, April 12 - Sunday April 14 on GIFF's Digital Streaming Platform

Social Impact Film Series

GIFF’s Social Impact Film Series features four remarkable films, JOIN OR DIE, GIANTS RISING, COMING AROUND, and ÀMA GLORIA, that inspire meaningful conversations on a variety of topics. Spend a weekend watching this series from the comfort of your home.

Wednesday, April 10 at 6 PM at the Heather Gaudio Fine Art Gallery, 382 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, CT

A Conversation With Michael Dweck

GIFF is excited to partner with Heather Gaudio Fine Art on A Conversation with Michael Dweck, April 10th from 6pm to 8pm The invitation-only VIP evening will include a cocktail reception and exhibition opening featuring Michael Dweck’s new paintings. Passholders will have a chance to hear from the award-winning filmmaker and visual artist known for his narrative photographic and film projects.

Michael Dweck photo by Fernando Rangel

Monday, April 1 Online


GIFF is proud to host the world premiere of LOSING GRACE FINDING HOPE as part of our “Women’s Stories” Film Series. Please join us April 1st at 6 p.m. for a Q&A moderated by L.C.S.W. Kimberly Wolfson-Lisack and LOSING GRACE FINDING HOPE Director Marcia Carroll, Executive Producer Sue Loncar, Grace Loncar Foundation Executive Director Jennifer Eckert, and Grace Loncar Foundation Board Member Abby Loncar

Friday, March 29 - Sunday, March 31
GIFF's Digital Streaming Platform

"Women's Stories" Film Series

In honor of Women’s History Month, GIFF is hosting a female-focused film series, featuring the world premiere of LOSING GRACE FINDING HOPE, LUCHA: A WRESTLING TALE,  BLAGA’S LESSONS, and SUSAN FENIGER. FORKED. These films help to broaden appreciation for women and the challenges they work to overcome. 

Tuesday, March 26
Avon Theatre, Stamford, CT

A Tribute To Sir Nicholas Winton

Featuring A Special Screening of ONE LIFE. Followed by a Panel Moderated by Myra Clark-Siegel, Director, AJC Westchester/Fairfield with Steve Watson, son-in-law of Sir Nicholas Winton, Tamara Meyer, Kindertransport & Holocaust Educator, and descendants of the children Sir Nicholas Winton saved.
Sponsored by AJC, The Eve & Simon Colin Family Foundation, and The Stapleton Family Foundation
Monday, February 25

Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre Screening and Q&A

GIFF was proud to host an advance screening of SUPERNOVA: THE MUSIC FESTIVAL MASSACRE at the Bedford Playhouse. The film was followed by a powerful Q&A discussion with the documentary’s directors, Duki Dror and Yossi Bloch, moderated by Mary Jane Rein, Executive Director of the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University. The event kicks off GIFF’s Jewish Film Series, which will take place throughout the year in an effort to combat antisemitism. The sold out event was generously underwritten by The Eve and Simon Colin Family Foundation.

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