Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe (WFOZ), Zimbabwe's leading women filmmakers' organisation, and the oldest functioning film institution in the country, is an arts organization registered with the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe. WFOZ now operates as the women's department under the Institute for Creative Art for Progress (ICAPA). ICAPA is a merger between WFOZ and sister company Nyerai Films. WFOZ is also the lead organization of the Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe (WCOZ) – Media, ICTs and Arts Cluster.
The organization, founded in 1996, aims to increase the participation and production capacity of women locally and regionally in the audiovisual industry. It also aims to bring women's issues to the attention of the cinema viewing and television watching public. To achieve this, WFOZ has over the years engaged in various industry related activities including founding the International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) in 2002. IIFF, the only women's festival South of the Sahara, has become an integral part of the local and regional film calendars and is a focal point for WFOZ's activities. In addition, WFOZ has produced and co-produced international standard films dealing with these issues.