Terry’s Picks: NYWIFT Members Win Creative Arts Emmys, Helen Mirren Shines & CBS Says Yes to Female Sports Anchors

//embed.gettyimages.com/embed/453185496?et=xUDgzoWrT1h3lQ9PQXtAcQ&sig=Sbb8SSyxF2jdd3v2GYPygEHQLfvQjqRCHrkN_hCofdg= Helen Mirren at New York premiere of The Hundred Foot Journey. Congratulations: to NYWIFT members Sheila Nevins, who won TWO Creative Arts Emmys (one for One last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp and one for Life According to Sam) and Susan Lacy, whose final season at American Masters won in the Outstanding Documentary...


Weekly Film & TV News Roundup

Jill Soloway’s Afternoon Delight. NYWIFT gets mentioned and member Anita Katzen gives solid $$ advice. First SNL, now Harvard. Santa may really be a black woman (this year). Katie has nine lives. She’ll be back! Wolf of Wall Street gets an MPAA pass but not her movie? Quotas for female directors? Jasmila Zabanic thinks yes....


After 50 Years, Will We Finally Get a Woman Doctor Who?

Helen Mirren wants to be the next Doc (we love this idea!). Big news this week for Doctor Who fans: the show’s lead actor is out the door. For those who don’t watch the British hit series, Slate’s XX factor breaks it down: The Doctor is basically immortal. In the biggest power grab in the history of...