Re: #MyBigFatGreekWedding2, thank you for the love, yes the entire big fat family is invited back for the sequel.— Nia Vardalos (@NiaVardalos)
Her tweets confirm it, Nia Vardalos is bringing us more big, Greek wedding!
Television’s top female actors discuss the perks and pitfalls of their careers.
Actress Stacey Dash brings new commentary to FOX News.
PBS releases Samantha Buck’s acclaimed Best Kept Secret online. (Video)
Here are great tips to give your half-minute elevator pitch a lift.
Angela Bassett steps behind the camera for Whitney Houston’s story.
Adrienne Becker and Christine Vachon form Killer Content, a multiplatform arena.
R.I.P., Maya Angelou.
— KELLY GLOVER
In the throes of finals and gearing up for next semester, we had an opportunity to talk shop with the Director of the Stony Brook Killer Films MFA in Film program (& NYWIFT member) Magdalene Brandeis about how the program is turning the film school model on its head.READ MORE
Goodbye, winter caps—hello, summer hats! It’s that glorious time of year where many of us can switch from content creators to content consumers. NYWIFT members Mellini Kantayya and Kathryn O’Kane have put together #SummerHours, a series of fun summer books, movies, and TV shows by or about women. We kick off this series with a special #Pride Edition, focusing on Master of None's coming-out story "Thankgiving" as the first of #SummerHours' TV episodes to watch.READ MORE
Pay Gap: Newsweek spells out the startling pay gap between white and minority actors on television. Likeability Factor: Read this smart interview with Amy Landecker,...READ MORE
Women’s Film Preservation Fund Recent Preservations, VISIONS Series TV Dramas, Hit the Screen in September
NYWIFT and the Museum of the Moving Image (MOMI) will screen two TV movies from the PBS series Visions, which have been preserved by the Women's Film Preservation Fund (WFPF). WFPF co-chair Ann Deborah Levy tells us about the films - which touch on racism, immigration, and diversity in American culture - and the challenges and sweet success of finally bringing them to the big screen.READ MORE