NYWIFT at the 56th New York Film Festival Talks: Early Women Film Pioneers: Alice Guy-Blaché

In honor of Pamela B. Green’s Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché, screening at the festival Sunday, October 7th, the New York Film Festival and New York Women in Film & Television present a conversation with Alice Guy-Blaché and film preservation experts about her contributions to cinema.


NYWIFT at the 55th New York Film Festival Talks: Making Your Film Accessible to All Audiences

NYWIFT co-presents with the 55th New York Film Festival the panel Access New Audiences: Wonderstruck & The Blind Boys of Alabama. Join us for an impactful discussion on how filmmakers and distributors can increase their audience outreach and box office draw by incorporating accessible language components for both Deaf and Blind communities. Participating are Deaf...


NYWIFT @ the 54th NYFF: New Challenges in Film Preservation

NYWIFT co-presents with the 54th New York Film Festival the panel New Challenges in Film Preservation. The Women’s Film Preservation Fund (WFPF) of New York Women in Film & Television has helped to restore and preserve over 100 films in which women have had a key creative role. Among these is Harlan County, USA, being shown at the NYFF...