Terry’s Picks: Meryl Streep, Mila Kunis, Inequality Below-the-Line

Meryl Streep: Congrats to Meryl Streep, longtime friend of NYWIFT and funder of The Writers Lab, who will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2017 Golden Globes.

Mila Kunis: When a male producer told Mila Kunis she “will never work in this town again” after she refused to pose semi-nude, she took action. Kunis talks about forming her own production company and refusing to stand for micro-aggressions in the workplace.

Inequality Below-the-Line: A recent Variety article discusses the pay disparity between the male-dominated Art Directors Guild and the female-dominated Costume Designers Guild.



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