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Member-to-Member Discounts

NYWIFT member Francesca Andre’s Optik 21 having a headshot special for NYWIFT members starting at $200 for the month of March and April. Clients have the option to shoot Studio or Outdoor. They also have a studio space in Connecticut for those who are located in that area. See details. Contact optik21images@gmail.com or (917) 542-1268.

Desk space
available for $600 a month in a beautiful new office complex. Located on 43rd Street and Broadway in the heart of the Theatre District. The space has room for two of your own filing cabinets and your own printer! The office space includes Free Receptionist, Free Wi-Fi, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Refrigerator, Coffee-Espresso-Hot Chocolate Machine, Rentable Conference Room and much more! This is shared with two other desks. NWIFT members would receive a discount of $50 off of the first two months’ rent. Please contact NYWIFT member Harriet Leve at hleve@leveproductions.com or call (212)-302-2882 for more information

Are you interested in virtual reality? Hello World Communications would like to help! About a year ago, we knew next to nothing about Virtual Reality. In April, a series of VR projects we produced for IBM garnered one million hits. Since then Hello World has produced VR projects for Samsung, the United Nations and Mohegan Sun. Virtual Reality offers a level playing field where passions and dreams count more than experience and bankrolls. Hello World Communications rents some of the best VR camera systems and accessories. They’d like to help fuel your VR passions by offering a 25% discount to fellow NYWIFT members. In addition, members will be eligible for a 15% discount on all other gear. This offer is good to the end of this year. Hello World is located at 118 West 22nd St., 2nd Floor. Contact them at (212) 243-8800 or go to www.hwc.tv. Owner Ron Yoshida is a NYWIFT member.

INTRINSIC VALUE consultation with NYWIFT member Amy Guggenheim: advocate for your artistic work with integrity and effectiveness. In one to one sessions discover how to use writing as a tool for thinking about, expanding and verbalizing your creative work in simple terms that stem from your unique strengths and insights. Work together to design and edit compelling written materials (pitch, project statements, director’s vision, film and TV bibles, scripts, etc.) to get your projects seen and chosen. Expertise in cross-cultural translation of artistic concepts. INTRINSIC VALUE evolved out of Amy’s work as a teacher of artists, designers, filmmakers, and others; and as an independent filmmaker with international projects supported by grants, crowdsourcing and fundraising campaigns. NYWIFT members receive 20% discount for your first three sessions. Mention code NYWIFT-INVALUE when you contact Amy at guggenheim.amy@gmail.com.

NYWIFT Member Television Packaging Agent and Career Coach Jim Arnoff is offering all Members a complimentary 45 min coaching session at his office by Union Square. Jim has started an Entertainment Coaching Group every other Monday night, 6:30-8 PM, for one-on-one coaching, networking and resourcing. Discount for NYWIFT members. Email Jim at arnoffco@aol.com.

NYWIFT member Mark Gasper encourages fellow members to attend his free Ninja Balance / Supple Strength class at the Hudson Guild John Lovejoy Elliott Community Center (441 W. 26th St.) every Monday night at 6:30 PM. It is presented as part of Shape Up NYC, sponsored by the City of New York Department of Parks and Recreation and it a HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) class. The class is open to everyone and to all fitness levels. Mark provides modifications for all exercises, so everyone can participate fully. They work on Balance, Strength and Flexibility within an uptempo Cardio format that is a lot of fun. See details online, as well as a promo video!

NYWIFT member Lisa Brigantino, a music supervisor/rights clearance specialist/composer is offering free initial phone consultations to NYWIFT members. Lisa is the founder and President of Hidden Pond Productions, Inc. The company is a one stop shop that provides music supervision, music licensing, talent acquisition, rights clearance of any kind (music, talent, photos, film clips, artwork, etc.) and custom music scoring and production for a variety of clients working in film, television, advertising, non-broadcast, new media and more.  Contact Lisa at lisa@hiddenpondproductions.com to schedule a consultation. Visit her website to find out more about the company and the services they provide.

NYWIFT member Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW, is an author, writing instructor and therapist. She runs Building the Artist’s Ego workshops and conducts individual therapy sessions with creative people to help them work on blocks such as procrastination, lack of inspiration, perfectionism, paralyzing fear or other stoppers. She is offering a free 20 minute telephone or Skype session. Email sherrymsw@earthlink.net for more info.

Free Music Consultation
with Linnette Harrigan, NYWIFT member and music supervisor. Linnette is the founder and President of Linnette Harrigan Media Inc. She and her team regularly work on feature films, documentaries, TV series, pilots and teaser reels.?

Get a complimentary career coaching session from member and certified coach Joanne Zippel of Zip Creative! Joanne Zippel’s Creative Coaching practice evolved out of her work as a manager of playwrights and screenwriters—guiding their careers and helping them to pursue their passions in what is well known as an often difficult, changeable and sometimes arbitrary business. Helping highly motivated people clarify and achieve their vision has long been, and remains, central to her work as a producer, entrepreneur and coach. Through the unique combination of her professional experience in the entertainment industry and her life coaching she can help you clarify your vision, build a solid foundation from which to make authentic career and life decisions and take practical action on them. Read more.

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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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