Loved: Gloria Steinem’s turn on The Good Wife last Sunday. Check it out if you didn’t see it. She continues to inspire.
Enough already! The DGA reports that there has been no progress for inclusion of women and people of color in episodic television.
Can’t wait to see: She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, a film about the history of the second wave of the women’s movement that will have its NYC premiere very soon. Stay tuned…
Terry Lawler is NYWIFT’s Executive Director. Tune in every Tuesday (usually!) for her picks.
Cynthia’s Picks: DGA Report, Muse Awards, Raffle Tickets
DGA Report: Some good news to start your holiday season – the latest DGA Episodic TV Director Inclusion Report shows that in the 2018-2019 television...READ MORE
Terry’s Picks: Reel Equity, Film Registry, Good News
Reel Equity: Tell the entertainment industry that you support members of historically female crafts in their demand for Pay Equity by signing your name to...READ MORE
NYWIFT ON MOVING FORWARD: Focus on TV Directors
Recently, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) made a call to action to hire more new women and minority TV directors in an effort to...READ MORE
WEEKLY ROUNDUP: MORE WINNERS, MORE REJECTION
Congratulations to Webby & Daytime Emmy winners and 2015 Tony nominees! Author & cartoonist Alison Bechdel discusses Fun Home, admits she not interested in “that test”...READ MORE