In a time when women are suffering most from the economic crisis and fewer job opportunities in the arts, this Women’s History Month we can celebrate and support the beautifully diverse work of female...
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Ricki and I were going to chat about her latest documentary film Weed the People, which exposes the myriad benefits of medical cannabis for pediatric cancer patients, and how the profiled families risk financial and political stability to heal their children.
Jess is calm in the face of a potentially unbalanced boyfriend and is the antithesis of the girl who cries and screams throughout the whole film.
Squad Goals for a New Era: Soleil Nathwani on Skate Kitchen and Crystal Moselle's Lens on Female Friendships
Crystal Moselle’s debut feature Skate Kitchen, a narrative film that follows a group of girls and is deeply rooted in their real life experiences, feels truthful and poignant even as the skateboarding that binds them steeps the audience in less familiar territory.
This year, the New York Women in Film & Television’s (NYWIFT) 40th anniversary ended with a reception and photography exhibit entitled “Women Calling the Shots.”
NYWIFT Report from Tribeca: Isabella Olaguera on AD’ing, Celeb Encounters and Breaking into the Biz at 14
Heidi Philipsen intervies Isabella Olaguera, assistant director of the acclaimed new feature All These Small Moments.
Following Honeysuckle‘s very successful collaboration with New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT)...