Terry’s Picks: October 29, 2013

NYWIFT Member Vanessa Corwin with her IIFM award

Go Check Out: NYWIFT member, and Academy Award winner, Barbara Kopple’s new film, Running from Crazy. It Opens on Friday and will be playing at the Angelica Film Center.

Congrats To: NYWIFT members Vanessa Corwin, whose film Save the Putnam Nature Trail, won her the “Best Indie Producer Award” at the International Film Festival Manhattan.

I’ve Been: keeping a secret and won’t have to much longer. Keep an eye out for the announcement of this year’s Muse Award Honorees!

Terry Lawler is the Executive Director of NYWIFT. Tune in every Tuesday for her picks of the week.



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