#SummerHours #BingeWatch-Worthy Family Content: Three Fun, Feminist Picks for the Whole Family

#SummerHours #BingeWatch-Worthy Family Content: Three Fun, Feminist Picks for the Whole Family

Mellini Kantayya offers up three fun, feminist, and family-friendly binge-worthy picks for all ages and genders to fill your #SummerHours. If you’re not careful, you might get even more addicted than your kids do! Continue reading #SummerHours #BingeWatch-Worthy Family Content: Three Fun, Feminist Picks for the Whole Family

AfriAmerican Immigrant Screening: Local Stories, Global Themes

AfriAmerican Immigrant Screening: Local Stories, Global Themes

In Astoria’s historic Kaufman Studios, filmmakers from the African diaspora shared local stories that reverberated deep into universal themes and questions as part of New York Women in Film & Television’s Women Filmmakers: Immigrant Stories screening on May 31, 2018. Featured in the fourth season of this NYWIFT series highlighting narrative and documentary films about the New York immigrant experience, these short films tackled issues ranging from the #MeToo movement, to President Trump’s travel ban, to the immigrant experience, to what it means to be American, among many more. Continue reading AfriAmerican Immigrant Screening: Local Stories, Global Themes