Female Grips: The New York Times pays tribute to the few women who work as grips – one of the most grueling and important tasks on set.
Killing Eve: This Glamour headline puts it best: Killing Eve is made for women by women…and it shows.
Thrones Queen: Game of Thrones owes much of its success to executive producer Bernadette Caulfield, who managed to keep the show from “collapsing under its own weight,” often juggling five shooting units, a massive cast, and wild stunts – not to mention dragons – with grace.
Lesley Stahl: I loved this wonderful interview with Lesley Stahl, looking back at her 28-year career with 60 Minutes. Stahl has anchored 640 pieces for 60 Minutes since she joined the show full time in 1991.
Sarah Finn: Casting Director Sarah Finn may the true superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – she cast more than a thousand actors in almost...READ MORE
In advance of the Fall 2019 premiere of her new BRIC TV series "All Hail Beth," showrunner and NYWIFT member Misha Calvert sits down with Leah Curney to discuss power dynamics, how to pitch your project, and how she makes connections in the business.READ MORE
Working Moms: Celebrating Mother’s Day this weekend was a powerful reminder that being a working mother is especially tough in the film and television industry. Thankfully,...READ MORE
Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl, a documentary about the life and works of Vertamae Smart Grosvenor, which is currently in development with NYWIFT Muse Honoree Julie Dash as director, has been awarded a grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The film is produced by NYWIFT Board member, Rachel Watanabe-Batton and Dash, with Patricia Williams Lessane, PhD. and Juanita Anderson as co-producers.READ MORE