Whether you’re cast in a project that shoots abroad or you’re a producer on a quest for locations and tax credits, we’re all finding ourselves traversing the globe more than ever. Getting to know (and joining) our sister Women in Film & Television organizations around the country and the world can be a resource of unending value. We’re pleased to premiere our new “WIFT Around the World” column, which will introduce NYWIFT members to Women in Film & Television International (WIFTI) chapters across the globe. First up, Mellini Kantayya reports on her visit to the Toronto office. Continue reading WIFT Around the World: Meet Women in Film and Television—Toronto!
#SummerHours fangirls over all things Issa Rae – TV, web and book! Continue reading #SummerHours: Take an “Issa Rae” Day!
NYWIFT #SummerHours suggests watching the film adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ novel – not just for the thrills, but for the makeup artistry. Continue reading #SummerHours: Book to Screen…and Back Again: The Girl on the Train
Read the book then see the movie – or vice versa. Either way is a win with Carrie Fisher’s Postcard from the Edge. Continue reading #SummerHours: Book to Screen…and Back Again: Postcards from the Edge
What do the lie detector, women’s suffrage, bondage, polyamory, Margaret Sanger, and Family Circle magazine have in common with one of this summer’s biggest blockbusters? Find out in today’s #SummerHours! Continue reading #SummerHours: Book to Screen…and Back Again: Wonder Woman (and Her Secret History)
Consider adding the Liane Moriarty book that inspired an HBO phenomenon to your summer reading list. Continue reading #SummerHours: Book to Screen…and Back Again: Big Little Lies
Horseracing, baseball, basketball, soccer – “there’s no crying” in the women in sports edition of NYWIFT’s #SummerHours, bringing you the best of female athletes on film. Continue reading #SummerHours: Throwback Thursday: Women in Sports