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Terry’s Picks: Disability Inclusion, Crazy Good, New Website

Disability Inclusion: Be sure to read this fantastic guest column in Variety by NYWIFT member Crystal R. Emery about the need for inclusion of those with disabilities both in front of and behind the camera.

Crazy Good: Crazy Rich Asians, the first contemporary-set studio film with an all-Asian lead cast since The Joy Luck Club hit theaters a quarter century ago, has a 98% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is tracking well at the box office. Representation matters.

New Website: The NYWIFT website has a fresh new look! Head over to www.nywift.org to explore our new mobile responsive design.

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