Just Read: this article by director/writer Maria Giese about the potential use of the “null hypothesis” as a remedy for women in the US.
“International Parity for Women Directors: The Legal Strategy” is a cyber meeting place for women and men around the world who support equity for women in film, television and digital media. They are looking into civil rights laws to help women consider legal action when confronted by gender discrimination.
Looking Forward To: the first Movie Night with Tangerine Entertainment, an emerging production company dedicated to providing opportunities to women filmmakers. The first movie is Sleepless in Seattle, one of my favorites, on Tuesday, June 25th – 20 years after the film was released. Tangerine Ent’s Movie Nights encourages women to get together around the country, watch a movie all on the same night, tweet and exchange ideas online about the film. Be there! Or be “wherever” with some friends to watch Sleepless!
Thank you to everyone who attended the 39th Annual Muse Awards on Thursday! It was such an honor to receive the Made in NY Award...READ MORE
Board Buzz: Great news from several NYWIFT board members! The Tale – produced by Simone Pero – continues to rack up award nominations, including a...READ MORE
Life Lessons: Be sure to read Manohla Dargis’ brilliant piece in The New York Times about what movies teach us about being a woman. She...READ MORE
Giving Tuesday: Today is Giving Tuesday, and I hope you’ll consider making a donation to NYWIFT as part of your holiday spending to help support...READ MORE