Black History: The New York Times offers a list of 28 Films for the 28 Days of Black History Month, … Continue reading Terry’s Picks: Black History, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon
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!
Wearing Black: Kudos to all the women and men who wore black at this past weekend’s Golden Globes Awards to … Continue reading Terry’s Picks: Wearing Black, Oprah Winfrey, Laura Dern
Time’s Up: 300 prominent actresses and female agents, writers, directors, producers and entertainment executives have formed the Time’s Up initiative … Continue reading Terry’s Picks: Time’s Up, Hoda Kotb, New Test
NYWIFT Board VP Margarita Sophia Cortes wrote about the recent Hollywood sexual harassment firestorm in our HuffPost column – addressing the importance of speaking out, supporting one another, and no longer letting the boys club get its way. Continue reading Women Calling The Shots – A swinging pendulum over an active volcano
True crime producer Dana Rossi shares insights from NYWIFT’s panel on the relationships and ethical responsibilities of true crime documentary filmmakers. Continue reading Five Takeaways – True Crime Stories: Relationships and Responsibilities
Shorts Festival: NYWIFT’s first-ever online film festival is underway! Watch 74 short projects by NYWIFT members now through November 17 … Continue reading Terry’s Picks: Shorts Festival, Alias Grace, Culture Shift