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Taraji P. Henson Talks Equal Pay In Hollywood
 
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Crystal + Lucy Awards 2016: Dana Walden presents The Lucy Award to Taraji P. Henson. “If I do just as good a job as men, why shouldn’t I get paid the same?” Is it because I don’t have a penis? In this day and age I can attach one. I have penises in many different colors at home.” -Taraji Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Shelf Life | Flip The Script
 
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FLIP THE SCRIPT is a comedy series that does just that to the issues of gender parity. Season 1 focuses on The Entertainment Industry. AMY LANDECKER as The CEO IAN HARDING as The Producer VELLA LOVELL as The Development Exec MEREDITH RILEY STEWART as The Acquisitions Exec ESHTER MOON as The Distribution Exec Written and Created by Ally Iseman (@allyiseman) Executive Producer: Tessa Bell Producers: Meredith Riley Stewart and Ally Iseman Directed by Joey Ally Directing Mentor: Jamie Babbit Associate Producer: Corinne Jayaweera Cinematographer: TJ Williams, Jr. Composer: Lolita Ritmanis Editor: TJ Williams, Jr. Production Design: Lisa Prior and Kate Rosenberg Makeup: Evelyn Cruz Production Manager: Melissa Verdugo 1st AD: Tres Santos 2nd AD: Mariya Pyter Sound Recordist: Hovak Alaverdyan Sound Designer: Chase Bell Electrician: Dana Fytelson Gaffer: Justin Garcia Key Grip: Joe Hernandez 1st AC: Alaina McManus 2nd AC: Nicola Newton Wardrobe: Sandra Waesche Post-Production Coordinator: Melissa Verdugo Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Market Value | Flip The Script
 
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FLIP THE SCRIPT is a comedy series that does just that to the issues of gender parity. Season 1 focuses on The Entertainment Industry. JERRIKA HINTON as The Lit Agent JEFF GARLIN as The Screenwriter Written and Created by Ally Iseman (@allyiseman) Executive Producer: Tessa Bell Producers: Meredith Riley Stewart and Ally Iseman Directed by Deena Adar & Kai Collins of Quiet Duke Directing Mentor: Beth McCarthy-Miller Associate Producer: Corinne Jayaweera Cinematographer: Cynthia Pusheck, ASC Composer: Lolita Ritmanis Editor: Sabrina Gimenez Production Design: Keseh Morgan Set Decorators: Lisa Prior and Kate Rosenberg Key Makeup Artist: Tania Kahale Assistant Makeup Artist: Jules Vaughn Schapery Production Manager: Melissa Verdugo Sound: Hovak Alaverdyan Key Grip: Jesse Curl Gaffer: Steve Irvine 1st AC: Hayden Luscombe Stills Photographer: Jules Vaughn Schapery Electrician: Pete Smith 2nd AC: Melisse Sporn Stylist: Brittany Ann Cormack Wardrobe Assistants: Neenah Ferguson and Natalia Jenkins Post-Production Coordinator: Melissa Verdugo Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Mad Women | Flip The Script
 
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FLIP THE SCRIPT is a comedy series that does just that to the issues of gender parity. Season 1 focuses on The Entertainment Industry. MICHAELA WATKINS as The Ad Agency Partner YVONNE ORJI as Ad Exec 1 KEIKO AGENA as Ad Exec 2 EMMA BELL as Ad Exec 3 BOB CLENDENIN as The Director AUSTIN LYON as The Assistant Written and Created by Ally Iseman (@allyiseman) Executive Producer: Tessa Bell Producers: Meredith Riley Stewart and Ally Iseman Directed by Joey Ally Directing Mentor: Jamie Babbit Associate Producer: Corinne Jayaweera Cinematographer: TJ Williams, Jr. Composer: Lolita Ritmanis Editor: TJ Williams, Jr. Production Design: Lisa Prior and Kate Rosenberg Makeup: Evelyn Cruz Production Manager: Melissa Verdugo 1st AD: Tres Santos 2nd AD: Mariya Pyter Sound Recordist: Hovak Alaverdyan Sound Designer: Chase Bell Electrician: Dana Fytelson Gaffer: Justin Garcia Key Grip: Joe Hernandez 1st AC: Alaina McManus 2nd AC: Nicola Newton Wardrobe: Sandra Waesche Post-Production Coordinator: Melissa Verdugo Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Tracee Ellis Ross receives the Lucy Award
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Zoey Deutch is the Max Mara Face of the Future
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Diva Director | Flip The Script
 
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FLIP THE SCRIPT is a comedy series that does just that to the issues of gender parity. Season 1 focuses on The Entertainment Industry. LAKE BELL as The Female Director ROB HUEBEL as The Male Director DANA POWELL as The DP ALLY ISEMAN as The Gaffer RAMONA YOUNG as The Grip LYRIC LEWIS as The Boom Op Written and Created by Ally Iseman (@allyiseman) Executive Producer: Tessa Bell Producers: Meredith Riley Stewart and Ally Iseman Directed by Deena Adar & Kai Collins of Quiet Duke Directing Mentor: Beth McCarthy-Miller Associate Producer: Corinne Jayaweera Cinematographer: Cynthia Pusheck, ASC Composer: Lolita Ritmanis Editor: Sabrina Gimenez Production Design: Keseh Morgan Set Decorators: Lisa Prior and Kate Rosenberg Key Makeup Artist: Tania Kahale Assistant Makeup Artist: Jules Vaughn Schapery Production Manager: Melissa Verdugo Sound Recordist: Hovak Alaverdyan Sound Designer: Chase Bell Key Grip: Jesse Curl Gaffer: Steve Irvine 1st AC: Hayden Luscombe Stills Photographer: Jules Vaughn Schapery Electrician: Pete Smith 2nd AC: Melisse Sporn Stylist: Brittany Ann Cormack Wardrobe Assistants: Neenah Ferguson and Natalia Jenkins Post-Production Coordinator: Melissa Verdugo Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
A New Way of Life PSA 60 seconds
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community. A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project (ANWOL) is dedicated to helping women, families and our communities break the cycle and heal from the formidable experiences of incarceration. (I took it from the ANWOL website). For more information please VISIT: http://www.anewwayoflife.org/ LIKE A New way of Life: re-entry project on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ANewWayofLifeReentryProject/ FOLLOW A New way of life: re-entry project on Twitter: https://twitter.com/anewwayoflife1 SIGN UP for Newsletter from A New way of Life: re-entry project: http://www.anewwayoflife.org/newsletter/ Lyrics and Rap V.O. by #Bre-Z: It’s all over now(x4) Thought you never see them walls coming down Did the crime so the world locked you down It’s your time starting now A new day starting now Leave the past right behind ya no need to remind ya A new life awaits Take a look right inside ya(x2) Don’t worry what they say Take a look at the sky two In due time you will see it’s about you So don’t ever fear again Don’t look back there again Don’t let them tell you when get up and out right now and when it’s all over now(x2)
Priscilla Anany | Women In Film Grantee at Tribeca 2016
 
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Women In Film speaks with grantee Priscilla Anany at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, where she won Best New Narrative Director for her feature, "Children of the Mountain." The Women In Film Finishing Fund supported this film in 2015. To help WIF fund more films like this one, go to wif.org/donate Directed and edited by Morgan Green Photographed by Brianna Addison Music and clips from "Children of the Mountain"
Natalie Dormer Is The Face of The Future
 
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Crystal + Lucy Awards 2016: Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer Accepts MaxMara Face of The Future Award. Natalie is "a woman for all seasons and all centuries". Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Hollywood's Top Female Producers Talk Career Paths
 
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Crystal + Lucy Awards 2016: A message from top Hollywood producers: Denise Di Novi, Lucy Fisher, Lianne Halfon, Lynda Obst, Jane Rosenthal, Lauren Shuler Donner, Paula Wagner, and Paula Weinstein. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Cate Blanchett and Hylda Queally On The Red Carpet
 
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Cate and Hylda on the Red Carpet for the 2016 Crystal + Lucy Awards Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Mira Nair receives the BMW Dorothy Arzner Directors Award
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Claire Danes Introduces Her Favorite Director Lesli Linka Glatter
 
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Crystal + Lucy Awards 2016: Claire presents The Dorothy Arzner award to "Homeland"'s supervising director Lesli. "Be tenacious..very tenacious. And don't let anyone tell you you can't do it." -Lesli Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Access Books PSA :60 Spot
 
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Directed by: Megan Brotherton Written by: Kelsey Sante Treatment by: Megan Brotherton Executive Producers: Tessa Bell, Alethea Root, Ali Brown, Tessa Banks, Dorrit Ragosine Producers: Kelsey Sante, Elizabeth Bates Post Producers: Stacey Kelly, Elizabeth Bates Production Manager: Melissa Verdugo Associate Producers: Tressa Smiley, Denise Waters, Nina Ham Cinematographer: Meena Singh Composer: Benjamin Brody Editor: Nick Gartner Production Design: Martina Buckley Makeup: Sibua Gomez 1st AD: Kellie Brook Malone 2nd AD: Audrey Emerson Sound Mixer: Kally Williams BBE: Michelle Kwong Gaffer: Lauren Stasio Key Grip: Marissa Castrejon 1st AC: Elizabeth Hodgeman 2nd AC: Crystal Kelley Wardrobe: Ashlee Norman & Laura Brody Special thanks to 72 & Sunny and Apache Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Women In Film Crystal + Lucy Awards
 
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At the annual WIF fundraiser, a few of Hollywood's most prominent and hardest working women tell us why Women In Film is one of the most important and significant non-profit organizations in entertainment.
Christine Turner | Women In Film Grantee at Tribeca 2016
 
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Women In Film speaks with grantee Christine Turner at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, where she premiered her short film "You Can Go." The Women In Film Finishing Fund supported this film in 2015. To help WIF fund more films like this one, go to wif.org/donate Directed, photographed, and edited by Morgan Green
#GivingTuesday 2016 | Women In Film
 
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Since 1985, the Women In Film Finishing Fund has helped 247 near-complete films get passed the finish line to a final cut. This money often comes at a crucial time, when a tremendous amount of sweat and love (and, in many cases, the filmmaker's own savings) have driven the film into the homestretch. Our grant can provide the final push that makes a film ready for cinema or television. We started this program over 30 years ago to address the disparity between films made by and about women and those made by and about men. The grants that Women In Film gives to filmmakers support stories about brave women like Grace Lee Boggs who dedicated her life to activism and the Rwandan women whose testimony made rape an international war crime. These are just two examples of the hundreds of films that have benefited from the grants and in turn deepened discourse, enriched culture and contributed to making the world a more just place. Past recipients of the Fund have gone on to win Academy, Emmy, Sundance, Berlin Film Festival and Peabody Awards, among other recognitions. Each year, we fund the completion of 7-10 films. We hope 2017 will be an especially good year for the Film Finishing Fund with the help of all of your #GivingTuesday donations. “When I received the e-mail, I literally rubbed my eyes (I was still on my first coffee) because I couldn’t believe it. For one, it is the first grant we have been awarded; and for another, this was the one I really wanted. Women in Film is the epitome of the ‘atta girl’–and there was no better time for me to hear it than that day, less than a month after losing my co-director and partner to a terrible car accident. The grant is a distillation of encouragement and approval from an organization and membership that I eminently respect. And now we can finish the film.” —Michele Mitchell, director of 2015 Finishing Fund winner The Uncondemned Films Depicted: AWOL, Deb Shoval (writer/director), Narrative Feature Children of the Mountain, Priscilla Anany (director/writer/producer) , Narrative Feature You Can Go, Christine Turner (director), narrative short I Am Nojoom, Age Ten and Divorced, Khadija Al Salami (Writer/Director), Narrative Feature The Mask You Live In, Jennifer Siebel Newsom (Writer/Director/Producer), Jessica Anthony (Producer), Jessica Congdon (Writer), Documentary Feature American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs, Grace Lee (Director/Producer), Documentary Feature Everybody Knows… Elizabeth Murray, Kristi Zea, Documentary Feature Naked, Roynn Lisa Simmons, Documentary Feature Freeheld, Cynthia Wade, Documentary Short Video edited by Morgan Green wif.org/giving-tuesday
Out of Africa:  A Night to Celebrate  Short Films by Kenyan Filmmakers
 
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Out of Africa: A Night to Celebrate Short Films by Kenyan Filmmakers and Kenyan Culture presented by The Women In Film International (WIFI) Committee with Universal Studios
Deb Shoval | Women In Film Grantee at Tribeca 2016
 
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Women In Film speaks with grantee Deb Shoval at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, where she premiered her narrative feature "AWOL." The Women In Film Finishing Fund supported this film in 2015. To help WIF fund more films like this one, go to wif.org/donate Directed and edited by Morgan Green Photographed by Brianna Addison Clips and stills from "AWOL"
Honoring Major Female Producers Lucy Fisher and Lauren Shuler Donner
 
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Crystal+Lucy Awards 2016: Lucy and Lauren are awarded the Crystal Award for their stellar careers in producing feature films. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Teaser | Flip The Script
 
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FLIP THE SCRIPT is a comedy series that does just that to the issues of gender parity. Season 1 focuses on The Entertainment Industry. Written and Created by Ally Iseman (@allyiseman) Executive Producer: Tessa Bell Producers: Meredith Riley Stewart and Ally Iseman Starring: Lake Bell, Jerrika Hinton, Keiko Agena, Ian Harding, Jeff Garlin, Amy Landecker, Rob Huebel, Michaela Watkins, Emma Bell, Vella Lovell, Dana Powell, Ramona Young, Bob Clendenin, Yvonne Orji, Austin Lyon, Meredith Riley Stewart, Lyric Lewis, Ally Iseman, Esther Moon Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
A New Way of Life: Re-entry project WIF PSA 60 seconds
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Teraji P. Henson on the WIF Red Carpet
 
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Taraji walks the red carpet at the 2016 Crystal + Lucy Awards. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
"How Far Does $1 Go?" LA Regional Food Bank PSA (30 second version)
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit http://womeninfilm.org/index.php/psa/ For more information about Los Angeles Regional Food Bank's services, please visit www.lafoodbank.org
"Helping Hands" ALS Association Golden West PSA
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit womeninfilm.org/psa For more information about the ALS Association, please visit alsagoldenwest.org
MaxMara Brand Ambassador Nicola Maramotti
 
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Brand Ambassador Nicola Maramotti walks the WIF Red Carpet at the 2016 Crystal + Lucy Awards. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Natalie Dormer on the WIF Red Carpet
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
President Cathy Schulman analyzes Director Kathryn Bigelow's rise to success
 
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Cathy Schulman and Illeana Douglas discuss Director Kathryn Bigelow's rise to success with the HURT LOCKER. Trailblazing Women, Turner Classic Movies
Trailblazing Women: TCM and Women In Film Los Angeles
 
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Trailblazing Women, a partnership between TCM and Women In Film, Los Angeles is a multi-year initiative created to raise awareness about the historical contributions of women working behind the camera. The programming event, hosted by actress, producer and director Ileana Douglas, premieres October 1, and airs every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the entire month, and will shine a spotlight on cinema's greatest female filmmakers and women who challenged gender stereotypes while carving out successful careers in an industry where men hold the bulk of the power. For a complete lineup of programming: http://www.tcm.com/trailblazingwomen/
WIF Red Carpet: Cathy Schulman and Kirsten Schaffer
 
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President Cathy Schulman and Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer on the WIF Red Carpet at the 2016 Crystal + Lucy Awards. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Elizabeth Banks is the recipient of the Crystal Award
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Women In Film President Cathy Schulman discusses Nicole Holofcener
 
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President Cathy Schulman speaks Director Nicole Holofcener's current work and about the positive working relationship between her and Actress Catherine Keener on the film of WALKING AND TALKING. Trailblazing Women, Turner Classic Movies Illeana Douglas, Host
A Movement For Gender Equality- Women In Film Exec Director and President Speak
 
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Crystal+Lucy Awards 2016: Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer and President Cathy Schulman open the gala. WIF is "leading a movement for gender equality and inclusiveness." -Kirsten Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Changing The Industry
 
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Our Executive Director Kirsten Schaffer on how Women In Film is creating change and championing women in the film industry. Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
A New Way of Life WIF PSA 30 seconds
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Women In Film President Cathy Schulman discusses the importance women's inclusion in film history
 
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Cathy Schulman and Illeana Douglas discuss about the preservation women's legacies in the entertainment industry and the revival of women's lost history in film. Trailblazing Women, Turner Classic Movies Intro to Sarah Polley's film "Away From Her."
Director Lesli Linka Glatter on the WIF Red Carpet
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
HAEA PSA -- 30 Second
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit womeninfilm.org/psa For more information about the Hereditary Angioedema Association, please visit http://www.haea.org/
Celebrities on the Red Carpet: Crystal+Lucy Awards 2016
 
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On the red carpet: Maria Bello, Taraji P. Henson, Cathy Schulman, Cate Blanchett, Hylda Queally, Natalie Dormer, Keegan-Michael Key, Lesli Linka Glatter, Kirsten Schaffer, Nicola Maramotti, Chris Parnell Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
LA River PSA | BEHIND THE SCENES
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit womeninfilm.org/psa
SAHARA (South Asian Helpline And Referral Agency) :30
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit http://www.wif.org/programs/psa For more information about SAHARA (South Asian Helpline And Referral Agency)' programs, please visit http://saharaorg.org/
Excerpts from the Legacy Series Interviews 2014-15
 
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The Legacy Series was created to document the personal and creative worlds of exceptional women in Hollywood whose accomplishments paved the way for new generations of women working in the film and television industries. The filmed interviews of these inspiring women -- working both behind and in front of the camera-- create an enduring record of their extraordinary achievements. For more information about the Legacy Series, please visit http://womeninfilm.org/index.php/legacy/ ANGIE DICKINSON - Actress JOAN HYLER - Manager, Agent, Former President, Women in Film Foundation CLORIS LEACHMAN - Academy Award Winning Actress
Kristi Zea | Women In Film Grantee at Tribeca 2016
 
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Women In Film speaks with grantee Kristi Zea at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, where she premiered her documentary directorial debut "Everybody Knows... Elizabeth Murray." The Women In Film Finishing Fund supported this film in 2011. To help WIF fund more films like this one, go to wif.org/donate Directed, photographed, and edited by Morgan Green
WIF @ Sundance 2011- Fearlessness Panel - Susan Saladoff
 
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First time filmmaker Susan Saladoff talks about being fearless during WIF's 2011 Fearlessness Panel. Check out the movie at the upcoming LA Film Festival on June 17, 2011 or on HBO on June 27, 2011! Check out hotcoffeethemovie.com for more showings!
"How Far Does $1 Go?" LA Regional Food Bank PSA (60 second version)
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit http://womeninfilm.org/index.php/psa/ For more information about Los Angeles Regional Food Bank's services, please visit www.lafoodbank.org
A New Way of Life: Re-entry project WIF PSA 30 seconds (no transformation)
 
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Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Visit www.wif.org for more of what we do. Given that women comprise 50 percent of the population, WIF’s ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, WIF focuses on advocacy and education— provides scholarships, grants, and film finishing funds—and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.
Education Through Music-Los Angeles (30 second version)
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit http://womeninfilm.org/index.php/psa/ For more information about Education Through Music- Los Angeles' programs, please visit http://www.etmla.org/
Women In Film President Cathy Schulman discusses gender bias in the entertainment industry
 
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Women In Film President Cathy Schulman delves into the career success of Director Sofia Coppola and converting gender bias in the entertainment industry. Trailblazing Women, Turner Classic Movies Illeana Douglas, Host
Education Through Music-Los Angeles :30 (Spanish)
 
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The Women In Film PSA Program produces and distributes broad-cast quality public service announcements on issues impacting lives of women and children. Serving the arts, education, health and social service communities, the PSA Production Program is the first and largest charitable production program that grants pro bono PSAs for 501 (c) 3 organizations. For more information, please visit http://womeninfilm.org/index.php/psa/ For more information about Education Through Music- Los Angeles' programs, please visit http://www.etmla.org/

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