NYWIFT Co-Presents 2023 Impact Award to Regina K. Scully & “Obsessed with Light” at Hamptons Doc Fest
Join NYWIFT at the 2023 Hamptons Doc Fest on Friday, December 1st at 7:30pm ET for a co-presentation of the 2023 IMPACT AWARD presented to Artemis Rising Foundation Founder, Regina K. Scully, and screening + Q&A of the film Obsessed with Light, followed by a Q&A with Directors Sabine Krayenbühl and Zeva Oelbaum. Moderated by NYWIFT CEO Cynthia Lopez.READ MORE
Join Hellenic Film Society & NYWIFT on Friday, October 6th as we proudly co-host a screening of Listen (Akouse Me) and Broadway. Screenings start at 7pm ET at Village East Cinema.READ MORE
New York Women in Film & Television is delighted to partner again with the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) (October 5 – 12, 2023) for our Annual Sunday Brunch and co-present the Filmmakers Calling the Shots short film showcase – all in celebration of the outstanding achievements by women and nonbinary filmmakers at the festival.READ MORE
Join NYWIFT for a special conversation on the state of the industry at the 2023 Woodstock Film Festival!
The creative industry has been radically transformed in the last several years due to the pandemic, economic turmoil, advances in digital technology and production efficiencies. Yet, creators of content, writers, actors and many others that are instrumental to media development are still struggling to ensure economic sustainability.
To date, over 11,000 writers and 150,000 members of SAG AFTRA have taken up protest to be heard and galvanize change. Come hear from the experts and those on the front lines, union members from Writers Guild of America East (WGAE) and Screen Actors Guild/ Aftra, discuss what has been done to update contracts that no longer serve current working conditions and a critical look at what the public can do to support their efforts.
Panelists will include Jo Miller, writer and showruner; Dana Weissman, Director of Programs at Writers Guild of America, East; and Neil Gaiman, Author, writer and showrunner. Moderated by Thelma Adams, writer, a two-time Chair of the New York Film Critics Circle.
New York Women in Film & Television is proud to co-present four films at the 46th Annual Asian American International Film Festival, which takes place July 26 - August 6, 2023 in New York City.
Established in 1978 by Asian CineVision, the Asian American International Film Festival is the nation’s first and longest running festival of its kind and the premier showcase for the best independent Asian, Asian diaspora and Pacific Islander cinema. AAIFF is committed to film and media as a tool for social change and to supporting diversity and inclusion in the media arts.
Join Tribeca Festival & NYWIFT as we proudly co-host screenings of Marinette on June 11, 12, and 17! Marinette tells the story of pioneering French female soccer star Marinette Pichon. Filmmaker Virginie Verrier’s biopic traces the athlete’s battle to earn her homeland’s respect after achieving success in the United States.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Festival & NYWIFT as we proudly co-host screenings on June 11, 12, and 16 of Every Body directed by NYWIFT Member Julie Cohen! The stories of three intersex individuals who set aside medical advice to keep their bodies a secret and instead came out as their authentic selves.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Film Festival & NYWIFT on June 11, 12, and 14 as we proudly co-present screenings of The Listener. When evening sets in, Beth (Tessa Thompson) is one of many volunteers manning helplines to lend a kind ear to people in crisis. An understated drama about a night in the life of a mental health helpline volunteer, The Listener is a stirring testament to the power of empathy.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Film Festival & NYWIFT on June 11th, 13th, and 16th as we proudly co-host screenings of The Gullspang Miracle. In Maria Fredriksson’s stranger-than-fiction documentary, two pious sisters buy an apartment after having witnessed a divine sign — only to realize that the seller of the apartment looks identical to their other sister, who committed suicide some thirty years before.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Film Festival & NYWIFT June 11th, 12th, and 16th as we proudly co-host screenings of Cold Copy. The kinetic drama Cold Copy follows an ambitious journalism student’s tactics to impress, and get into the good graces of, an esteemed yet cutthroat news reporter — even if it involves manipulating her latest story … and truth itself.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Film Festival & NYWIFT on June 8th, 10th, and 15th as we proudly co-host screenings of Apolonia, Apolonia. The striking character-driven documentary Apolonia, Apolonia dives into the exhilarating lifestyle of a young French painter. Filmmaker Lea Glob’s intimate exploration of Apolonia Sokol’s creative pursuits and setbacks results in poignant and deeply-felt storytelling.READ MORE
Join Tribeca Film Festival & NYWIFT on June 9th and 11th as we proudly co-host screenings and a panel conversation of Breaking the News. Breaking the News follows the determined efforts of women and LGBTQ+ journalists launching a news “startup” to foreground voices omitted from mainstream news. Filmmakers Hernandez, Courtney, and Hairston provide a deep look into bias and inclusion in the ever-shifting media landscape.READ MORE
NYWIFT Co-Presents “Desperate Souls, Dark City and the Legend of Midnight Cowboy” at Hamptons Doc Fest
Join NYWIFT at the 2022 Hamptons Doc Fest on Saturday, December 3rd at 4pm ET for a Co-presentation of the film Desperate Souls, Dark City and the Legend of Midnight Cowboy, followed by a Q&A with NYWIFT Members Director, Nancy Buirski and Producer, Susan Margolin.READ MORE
NYWIFT comes to SOHO International Film Festival with a selection of three short films showcasing talented members of the New York Women in Film & Television community in key creative roles. Exhibition screening followed by a conversation with the artists.READ MORE
Modern science fiction is about a whole lot more than little green men. From Star Trek to Arrival, science fiction world-building allows artists to explore political and cultural issues, and build idealized, equitable societies. Join us as we talk with a diverse group of indie content creators paving the way in genre filmmaking.
New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) and Upstate Women in Film & Television (UPWIFT) are proud to co-present this panel at the Lake Placid Film Festival.
A conversation about meaningful LatinX representation on both sides of the camera and how it drives viewership. Panelists will discuss new data that shows how Latino-led content serves Latino audiences while attracting new ones. Panelists: Stacie M. de Armas (SVP of Diverse Intelligence & Initiatives, Nielsen), Alberto Ferreras (Director), Bianca Marroquin (Actress) Moderated By: Cynthia...READ MORE
New York Women in Film & Television is delighted to join with the Hamptons International Film Festival (October 7 – 16, 2022) and return in person for our Annual Sunday Brunch and co-present the Women Calling the Shots short film showcase on Sunday, October 9th at 12pm ET!READ MORE
New York Women in Film & Television is delighted to join with the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) (October 10 – 14th, 2019) for the 17th year to present the Annual Sunday Brunch at Mulford Farm and co-present the Women Calling the Shots short film showcase featuring seven dynamic projects – all in celebration of the outstanding achievements by women filmmakers at the festival.READ MORE