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Terry’s Picks: Seven Women, Late Legend, M.I.A.Screening

Seven Women: This Wednesday and Thursday September 26th and 27th, Quad Cinema is having a special screening of Seven Women, Seven Sins, the groundbreaking project by seven legendary female indie film directors whichreceived support from the NYWIFT’s Women Film Preservation Fund. Directors Maxi Cohen and Bette Gordon will do a Q&A after the Wednesday screening.

Late Legend: We mourn the passing of award-winning documentary filmmaker Perry Miller Adato, who passed away last week at the age of 97. Miller’s work often focused on artists and she known for her vivid storytelling, which pioneered the use of onscreen and offscreen voices, photographs and scenes from plays — techniques which are now considered the standard in documentaries.

M.I.A.Screening: Join NYWIFT and Cinereach on Monday, October 1stat IFC Center for a special screening of the Sundance award-winning documentary Matangi / Maya / M.I.A– about the groundbreaking hip hop artist – followed by a Q&A with producer Lori Cheatle and editor Marina Katz moderated by #NYWIFT board member Tracy Daniels.

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