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2013 Muse Awards Highlights
For 33 years, New York Women in Film & Television has presented the Muse Award for Outstanding Vision and Achievement to women behind and in front of the camera. This year, we honored actors Ellen Barkin, Connie Britton and Robin Wright, actor and writer Sonia Manzano, and President of Bravo and Oxygen Media, Frances Berwick.

The Loreen Arbus Award for Those Who Take Action and Effect Change was presented by its namesake, Loreen Arbus to director, producer and actor Nancy Malone. Malone's mentee Skarlee Roberts accepted the award in her absence. 

The event was hosted by the amazing and hilarious Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens Live!) and Wendy Williams (The Wendy Williams Show). 

WIthout the passion and support of our membership, sponsorships, and all the other people within and outside of our industry, we could not do what we do. 

Check out last week's live coverage on our Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
Check out the full recap and press-roundup on the NYWIFT blog and bookmark to receive updates about honoree speeches, emcee bits & other news!

(Photo courtesy of Team Connie via Facebook)

Full List of 2013 Muse Awards Sponsors

Corporate Partners

In-Kind Donations
bethenny
Blue Planet Training, LLC
CAPS
David's Tea
Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare
exhale
Fat Witch Bakery
Film Society of Lincoln Center
Food Should Taste Good
Frederico Hair Salon
Glow Beauty Health & Wellness Magazine
Gurney's Inn Resort & Spa
Guylian USA, Inc.
The Irish Repertory Theater
James Restaurant
Leanne Schanzer Promotions, Inc.
Leslie Andrews Golf
mahna mahna
Marco Hall
Mason Firm, LLC
McPherson & Company
Meen Hair
OPI
Paname Restaurant
Panavision
Panned Parenthood
Poland Spring
PONO by Joan Goodman
Qbel
Ryan Waldron
Sahaag
Sephora
SkinnyPop Popcorn
SOYJOY
Streeter Technologies, Inc.
Susan Shepard Designs
Uber
Vartali Hair & Style
Vera Bradley
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts
William Morrow
Zoe

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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.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts