Recently Watched: Women to Woman, an online documentary by Veronique Doumbe and her daughter Malika Franklin, examining the topic of raising teenage daughters in New York City from both mother and daughter perspectives.
Currently Watching: Every Friday night in April, TCM’s A Woman’s World: The Defining Era of Women on Film showcases the “women’s film,” a staple from the late 1930s through the early 1950s that viewed life from the female perspective, with Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Barbara Stanwick, and more. What else could you ask for?
Looking Forward to: If She Can See It, She Can Be It! screening and panel on April 11 at the NY International Children’s Film Festival on the continuing problem of destructive images of women and girls in the media. Panelists include Christine Vachon, Uma Thurman, Debra Granik, and others.
Terry Lawler is the Executive Director of NYWIFT. Tune in every Tuesday for her picks of the week.
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NYWIFT member Cait Cortelyou has performed on stage or film since childhood but makes a breakthrough debut as producer (and star) of Ask for Jane, which screens at the NYWIFT Member Screening Series on November 19th. Cait sat down with us to discuss how a slice of women's history inspired her to make her producing debut, and what opportunities she sees for women working in the industry today.READ MORE
NYWIFT’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund (WFPF), which has supported the preservation of nearly 150 American-made films by and about women since 1995, received The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York’s 2019 Outstanding Support of Archives award on October 21st.READ MORE