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New York Women in Film & Television
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New York Women in Film & Television is celebrating 35 years of supporting women calling the shots in film, television and digital media.
New York Women in Film & Television is celebrating 35 years of supporting women calling the shots in film, television and digital media.

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Just a few hours until our Mid Summer Meet Up begins! We will be helping members beef up their profiles in the NYWIFT Online Roster, so bring your headshot (jpeg) and resume (PDF) or your credits and recent accomplishments on a flash drive, tablet or laptop.

Members who update their profiles by Labor Day, will be entered into a drawing to win a great prize! Part of our Get Social This Summer w/ NYWIFT campaign.
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In 1986, seven women directors from the around the world took on the seven deadly sins. The result: a film anthology capturing diverse styles and viewpoints. Help us preserve this film for future generations!
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We're inviting our members — and everyone else who wants to end violence against women — to join the One Billion Rising campaign and rise up on V-Day's 15th Anniversary, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. http://onebillionrising.org/

WAYS TO RISE:

- Party at Hammerstein Ballroom. OBR's finale event RISE NYC (7 pm - midnight) features special guests Glenn Close and Rosario Dawson, with performances by BETTY, DJ Beverly Bond, and more. FREE tickets: http://boomset.com/apps/eventpage/1097

- Do the Macarena. Join the OBR dance flash mob in Union Square (http://on.fb.me/VWc56U),or another local event (http://bit.ly/VWL9Eh)

- Tweet and Instagram using the hashtags #1billionrising and #risenywift

- Members, take photos and videos of yourself dancing at OBR events and post to our fan page: http://facebook.com/nywift
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Join us at our gala luncheon as we celebrate the vision and achievements of the women who create, lead and transform film, TV and digital media.

This event sells out fast. Tickets: http://nywift.org/muse.

Actors Mariska Hargitay ("Law & Order: SVU") and Lucy Liu ("Elementary"), documentary filmmaker Lisa F. Jackson, and WE tv President Kim Martin will be honored at the 32nd annual Muse Awards. Women Make Movies and its Executive Director Debra Zimmerman will receive the Loreen Arbus Award.

facebook.com/nywift #muse12
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How much money do you REALLY need to your #documentary ? Find out at our budget workshop with producer Marilyn Ness ("Bad Blood: A Cautionary Tale") on Sept. 12, 6:30 pm, at #Tribeca  Film Center. 
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Check out our new #Facebook  cover art — featuring the winners of our #callingtheshots  photo contest!
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In NY this weekend? Don't miss #UnionSquare at Cinema Village 3 and #WagnersDream at +Film Society of Lincoln Center. Upcoming: "Trial by Fire: Lives Re-Forged" opens Aug. 3 at IFC Center.
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Have an idea for a TV series with mobile content? Enter Second Screen Storytellers contest from #NYTVF  and #samsung  — opens Aug. 6.
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TV Fall Preview Trailer: +The Mindy Project via the Women & Hollywood blog. Looks fun — will you be tuning in?
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