Kathryn O’Kane praises fellow #NYWIFT #SummerHours blogger Mellini Kantayya’s brave essay collection on making it in the entertainment business. Continue reading #SummerHours Memoirs: Mellini Kantayya
The late icon’s memoir delivers big time for Star Wars fans, and is bittersweet in light of her recent passing. Continue reading #SummerHours Memoirs: Carrie Fisher
#SummerHours fangirls over all things Issa Rae – TV, web and book! Continue reading #SummerHours: Take an “Issa Rae” Day!
Empire star Taraji P. Henson talks frankly about equal pay – or lack thereof – and the sacrifices she made to work her way to the top. Continue reading #SummerHours Memoirs: Taraji P. Henson
Nevins, a long-time members and friend of NYWIFT, has written a book that defies categorization. Part memoir, part fantasy, it provides a window into the life of a career woman whose name is synonymous with HBO Documentary Films. Continue reading #SummerHours Memoirs: Sheila Nevins
FX’s Atlanta is as funny as it is weird, and the standout episode “Value” offers insight into class, gender politics, and black female friendship. Continue reading #SummerHours TV Episodes to Watch: Atlanta: “Value”
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