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NOW ON VOD – Jan 2016

NOW ON VOD

Indie projects available to watch now from #NYWIFT members

 

Each month, New York Women in Film & Television will spotlight indie projects available now from our members. There are enough options here for all interests. This month you can watch a comedic web series about NY women entrepreneurs selling weed, a documentary about losing virginity, a feature drama about 30-somethings trying to get laid, a short holiday film and more…

 

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“Pounds New York” by Latresa Baker

Website: www.poundsny.com

 

“Pounds New York” is a Harlem based web comedy series about four young women trying to win in Harlem. They birth “Hit Girls” weed delivery service to meet their financial needs and in the process, learn what it takes to sell Pounds of Marijuana in NYC.

“Pounds New York” is available now for free on YouTube

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HOW TO LOSE YOUR VIRGINITY by Therese Schecter

http://virginitymovie.com/dvd-stream

Entertaining, eye-opening and irreverent, How To Lose Your Virginity travels through religion, history, pop culture and $30 internet hymens, to reveal the myths and misogyny behind virginity in America.

Available on Vimeo and DVD

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GIVE A LITTLE by Laura Meoli

www.laurameoli.com/give-a-little

This action-packed comedy explores the struggle for balance between work and personal life, as a young woman struggles to find the meaning of Christmas. While searching for inspiration, she meets a silly stranger who shows her the magic of New York City, at this special time of year.

Available now on Youtube, Roku and Olive Tree TV channel.

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ISN’T IT DELICIOUS by Michael Patrick Kelly

www.deliciousfilm.com

NYWIFT member Suzanne Hayes Kelly is the co-producer and one of the stars in Isn’t It Delicious, a tough yet poignant comedy-drama about a woman racing against the clock to fix her broken family.

It will be available for digital download on January 19th.

Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vimeo On Demand, Vudu

You can also catch it at the NYWIFT member screening on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7 PM at Anthology Film Archives. Buy tickets!
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GLASS FLOWERS by Peetol Weekes

Orionstudios.com/glassflowers

Glass Flowers tell the story of a young girl’s struggle to accept the face looking back at her in the looking glass.

The film will be screened at the Anthology Film Archives on January 27 as part of The New Filmmakers New York screening series.
Location: Anthology Film Archives  32 Second Avenue (@ 2nd Street)

Tickets $7.00 (at the door)

 

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THE NYMPHETS by Gary Gardner

(NYWIFT member Mónica-Tezla Solis Vega-Gorsun is a producer and member Jordan Lane Price stars in the film.)

website: TheNymphetsMovie.com

The Nymphets is an indie drama about a well-to-do 30-something man who invites two rowdy young girls to party in his loft, leading to a night of provocation and cruelty, all in the name of getting laid.

Available now on: iTunes, Vudu, Google Play

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Nancy puetz

hello is there any information on 2016 writer’s lab?

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