Photo from The Supreme Price.
New York Women in Film & Television’s programs in March are open for registration:
NYWIFT at ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival: Invitation to Dance
Saturday, March 8, 7:30 pm
The JCC (334 Amsterdam Avenue)
NYWIFT is co-presenting Invitation to Dance by Simi Linton and Christian Von Tippelskirch, which received funding from NYWIFT’s Loreen Arbus Disability Awareness Grant. The screening will be followed by a reception.
NYWIFT Night Out
Monday, March 10, 6:30-8:30 pm
Butterfield 8 (5 East 38th Street)
We are holding a special Night Out where you can meet the candidates for NYWIFT’s 2014-2015 Board of Directors. Just like our regular monthly Night Out events, this will be a great opportunity to get to know other NYWIFT members and the staff.
Designing an Effortless Life…Creating the Right Career/Personal Life
Wednesday, March 12, 12:30 pm
NYWIFT Office (6 East 39th Street, Suite 1200)
Working way too hard to find balance in your life? Join Certified Life Coach/Television Packaging Agent Jim Arnoff in this interactive workshop where you’ll learn coaching skills to create the right career and personal life mix for you.
Preservation Screening at Montclair Film Festival: Joe & Maxi
Tuesday, March 25, 7 pm
Montclair State University (1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ)
Join us for a screening of Maxi Cohen’s groundbreaking film Joe & Maxi (1973) and a discussion about the film and about film preservation. Preserved by NYWIFT’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund, Joe & Maxi is an intimate, revealing portrait of the relationship between a father and daughter.
SWAN Day 2014 Screening + Talk: The Supreme Price
Saturday, March 29, 2 pm
SVA Theatre (333 West 23rd Street)
Join us for a screening of the documentary The Supreme Price, followed by a Q&A and reception, in recognition of SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day. The film, produced/directed by Joanna Lipper, traces the evolution of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Nigeria and efforts to increase the participation of women in leadership roles.
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WFPF Award: Major congratulations to NYWIFT’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund (WFPF), which received the Archivist’s Round Table of Metropolitan New York’s 2019 Outstanding Support of Archives...READ MORE
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