#SummerHours Summer Reading: Women in Early Hollywood

#SummerHours Summer Reading: Women in Early Hollywood

Throughout history, and specifically film and television history, women have been early to identify and seize opportunity in emerging fields—only to be edged out of those fields, and their history, once they become mainstream. Mellini Kantayya shares four great reads about the women pioneers of early Hollywood. Continue reading #SummerHours Summer Reading: Women in Early Hollywood

#SummerHours Summer Reading: Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis

#SummerHours Summer Reading: Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis

Actors Ruby Dee and her husband Ossie Davis fought for civil rights from Washington, DC to Hollywood. And they were married for nearly 60 years. Kathryn O’Kane shares some of favorite quotes and moments from their joint memoir, In This Life Together. Continue reading #SummerHours Summer Reading: Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis

7 Tips to Building a Successful Partnership to Create an Oscar-Nominated Film

7 Tips to Building a Successful Partnership to Create an Oscar-Nominated Film

In the inaugural conversation of NYWIFT’s new series Master Collaborations: The Power of Creative Partnerships on May 23, 2018, director Kahane Cooperman and producer Raphaela Neihausen opened up about how they worked together to create Joe’s Violin – and its road to being nominated for the Academy Awards. Continue reading 7 Tips to Building a Successful Partnership to Create an Oscar-Nominated Film