A New Year Begins: Get A Jump Start on NYWIFT’s January Programs


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Three Secrets to Unblocking Your Creativity
January 8, 6:30 pm
Do you have a great story that’s dying to be told but you can’t get the words out? Whether you’re a writer, filmmaker, or actor, we all get stuck sometimes. The more important the story, the harder it can be to tell. Come out and learn three secrets to finding your authentic voice and freeing your creativity.

NYWIFT Night Out
January 12, 6:30 pm
Are you a member of this great organization, or interested in becoming one? Join us for our monthly NYWIFT Night Out, where you can mix, mingle, and get to know our dynamic, talented members and staff in an informal setting.

Top Ten Things to Consider for Successful Creative Collaborations
January 13, 6:30 pm
Collaborating with someone on a project begins with high hopes and good feelings. However, if one doesn’t plan carefully, these collaborations can end in disappointment and bitter disputes. Presenter Thea Kerman will reveal the ten most important things to consider before beginning a creative collaboration for a successful partnership.

Women Who Run the Show in Television
January 19, 6:30 pm
What does it take to run a successful TV show today and stay ahead of the competition? Savvy, enterprising women executive producers from various TV genres will discuss what it takes to get a show made and on the air. Whether you are a novice producer just starting out or a seasoned producer looking to run a show of your own, you will have plenty to take away from this discussion.

NYWIFT Member Screening Series: Dreadlocks Story
January 27, 7 pm
The NYWIFT Member Screening Series provides members with the opportunity to show their work in a theatrical setting. The screenings take place at Anthology Film Archives, followed by networking at a nearby bar. Join us for this month’s feature, Dreadlocks Story, directed by NYWIFT member Linda Aïnouche, who will be available for a Q&A immediately following the film.



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