Trying is: half the battle! See how easy it is to up the female quotient in your project with this handy infographic (above) from the Geena Davis Institute.
Practicing my French: for this weekend’s screening of CINEAST(E)S at the French Institute Alliance Française. In honor of International Women’s Day, New York Women in Film & Television is co-sponsoring with Unifrance Films to bring you an amazing conversation with top women filmmakers.
Heading to: South by Southwest? Let NYWIFT know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to catch Jonathan’s Chest, a short by NYWIFT member Autumn Tartleton, at the fest. Another member, Kristen McCracken, will be covering filmmakers and other talent for The Playlist/Indiewire.
Terry Lawler is NYWIFT’s Executive Director. Tune in every Tuesday for her picks.
When I saw that Alicia Eastes, the founder of Women in Film & TV Austin, recently joined New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) as a Dual Member, I had to know more! What followed was a wide-ranging email conversation with Alicia and WIFT Austin Board Members President Laura Annalora and Vice President Chiara McCarty about the Texas film industry, the pandemic, and what it’s like to build your own Women in Film & Television organization from the ground up.READ MORE
Muse on TV: NYWIFT is thrilled to announce that the Muse Awards will make its broadcast premiere on CUNY TV in celebration of Women’s History...READ MORE
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
Caregiver Crisis: Our sister chapter WIFT Australia just released an interesting study, called “Honey, I Hid the Kids!” which details the significant challenges parents and...READ MORE