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A Wake Up Call is a feature film in development being produced by NYWIFT member Barbara Masry. The film is a funny, touching story of a traditional Syrian-Jewish woman and an African-American teenager from Brooklyn who unite in their determination to beat breast cancer. Support and Share

Finding The Sweet Spot
(@ftssmovie), based on a true story, is a drama punctuated with humor and spirituality in the depths of serious challenges. Like life. A story that encompasses many issues related to women that men can identify with, whether 18, 46, or 65, spiritual or religious. The film offer a movie that portrays New York to a worldwide audience, its eclectic people, interesting neighborhoods and culture. Kristen Tinsley worked on the film as a script consultant. Support and share.


Under Her Skin
is written and produced by Naomi McDougall Jones, who also stars as Lana. About the film: Lana is reeling from a loss of her mother. Kate is reeling from the loss of a child. Forced together as roommates who met on Craigslist, each woman must deal with her own demons as they find a way to live together. Ultimately, they become friends and begin to deal with the traumas they’ve faced. But, as they grow closer, Kate comes to realize that Lana is not the person she appears to be. Will Kate discover the truth about Lana, or will this friendship shatter both their worlds forever? Support and share.




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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts