NYWIFT member Maleni Chaitoo is an actress and a producer. She is known for her appearance in the “New York, I Love You” episode of Master of None and her role as Kayla on the web series Don’t Shoot the Messenger, on which she is also an executive producer. Continue reading Trailblazing Through the Decades: Maleni Chaitoo (2010s)
NYWIFT member Katrina Medoff speaks to fellow member Misha Calvert about creating, executive producing and starring in her new series Tinder is the Night, which explores the joys – and horrors – of online dating. Continue reading Misha Calvert on creating her relatable dating web series Tinder is the Night
#SummerHours fangirls over all things Issa Rae – TV, web and book! Continue reading #SummerHours: Take an “Issa Rae” Day!
What were the Regency ladies of Pride & Prejudice and Sense & Sensibility really thinking? The bold, hilarious new web series “Inappropriate Jane Austen” tackles that question head on. Actors and co-creators Katie Gibson and Alex Trow discuss their creative process, the joys and perils of being first-time indie filmmakers, and their great success at the New York Television Festival. Continue reading Meet the Creators of Inappropriate Jane Austen
This month, NYWIFT members are offering some feature length film suggestions to your VOD queue – plus a film screening in NYC today, one coming up very soon, and one you can pre-order for digital download while simultaneously supporting its Kickstarter campaign for wide release. So show some love to members of New York Women in Film & Television and check out these films… Continue reading NOW ON VOD – FEBRUARY 2016
Indie projects available to watch now from #NYWIFT members. This month you can watch a comedic web series about NY women entrepreneurs selling weed, a documentary about losing virginity, a feature drama about 30-somethings trying to get laid, a short holiday film and more… Continue reading NOW ON VOD – Jan 2016
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