#SummerHours TV Episodes to Watch (#Pride Edition): <i>Master of None</i>: “Thanksgiving”

#SummerHours TV Episodes to Watch (#Pride Edition): Master of None: “Thanksgiving”

Goodbye, winter caps—hello, summer hats! It’s that glorious time of year where many of us can switch from content creators to content consumers. NYWIFT members Mellini Kantayya and Kathryn O’Kane have put together #SummerHours, a series of fun summer books, movies, and TV shows by or about women. We kick off this series with a special #Pride Edition, focusing on Master of None‘s coming-out story “Thankgiving” as the first of #SummerHours’ TV episodes to watch. Continue reading #SummerHours TV Episodes to Watch (#Pride Edition): Master of None: “Thanksgiving”

The <i>Ask for Jane</i> Filmmakers on Telling a Little-Known Story from Women’s History

The Ask for Jane Filmmakers on Telling a Little-Known Story from Women’s History

When NYWIFT member Cait Johnston first heard about the Jane Collective — a real-life group of women who helped others get abortions before Roe v. Wade — at a NYWIFT screening, she knew it was a story she had to tell. She teamed up with fellow member Rachel Carey, a screenwriter and director she know through a NYC theater company called The Shelter, to create Ask for Jane, a narrative feature film that they are currently crowdfunding for on Seed&Spark. Continue reading The Ask for Jane Filmmakers on Telling a Little-Known Story from Women’s History