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Terry’s Picks: Urgent Action, Hedy Lamarr, Muse Raffle

Urgent Action: A few months ago, the State Assembly and State Senate passed legislation that incentivizes the hiring of women and people of color to write and direct television in New York. The bill has now arrived at Governor Cuomo’s desk and he has only a few business days left to sign the bill. Please contact the Governor’s office and urge him to sign it.

Hedy Lamarr: Congratulations to NYWIFT member Alexandra Dean on her recently released critically-acclaimed documentary Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, which focuses on the Hollywood star’s work as an inventor who helped revolutionize modern communication.

Muse Raffle: You can support NYWIFT at the Muse Awards or even from afar when you buy Muse Awards raffle tickets on our website. You have the chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes, including spa vacations, Broadway tickets, a free legal consultation, designer accessories and more. You don’t have to be at the awards to win! (Though we do hope to see you there – register now for the December 14 event.)

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