Terry’s Picks: Women’s Equality Day, Film Preservation & Goodbye to Linden

U.S. women demonstrating for the right to vote (1913), via Wikipedia. Wishing you all: a Happy Women’s Equality Day, celebrating the passage of the 19th Amendment recognizing women’s right to vote. Congratulations to: NYWIFT member Sandra Shulberg, whose Indie Collect just received a $200,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to catalogue and find archives for orphaned independent films. NYWIFT’s Women’s Film...


Terry’s Picks: November 19, 2013

The five women doc directors qualifying for Oscars (image via IndieWire). Championing: Veena Sud’s mystery drama The Killing, which has just been picked up by Netflix for 6 final episodes. Feeling Triumphant About: Women filmmakers and filmmakers of color racking up the awards. Women filmmakers swept half the AFI Awards last week, and at least five feature-length...


Terry’s Picks: May 28

Check out: Frances Ha, directed by Noah Baumbach and co-written by Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, who also plays the lead. First off, it’s black and white, which is always a treat; and secondly, Gerwig gives a great performance in a complex and funny woman-centered story. Looking forward to: The Killing, starting up again on AMC next...