Black History: The New York Times offers a list of 28 Films for the 28 Days of Black History Month, including our recent Muse honoree Julie Dash’s classic Daughters of the Dust, and Spencer Williams’ 1946 film Dirty Gertie of Harlem, USA, which was preserved by the NYWIFT Women’s Film Preservation Fund.
Nicole Kidman: We are over-the-moon excited to have Nicole Kidman join Meryl Streep in supporting The Writers Lab this year! As Women and Hollywood said: “Nicole Kidman doesn’t just talk the talk: she walks the walk.” We are accepting applications for The Writers lab through February 28. Go to thewriterslab.nyc to apply.
Reese Witherspoon: Reese Witherspoon discusses her transition to big-time producer: “If you want something done, do it yourself.”
Harassment Statistics: Two new surveys reinforce what we all know: the Center for Talent Innovation’s study, “What #MeToo Means for Corporate America,” shows that the...READ MORE
Thumbs Down: The latest study from Dr. Martha Lauzen from the Center for the Study of Women in Film & Television at San Diego State...READ MORE