Choose the NYWIFT membership category, which is best for you. Each category includes the price of annual dues and membership benefits.
Please note: April 3 - May 15, the $135 initiation fee is reduced to $67.50 (50% off) for the Spring Membership Drive.
Regular Membership ($185); One-time initiation fee ($135)
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Includes all Gold Membership privileges plus:
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Next Wave is NYWIFT's up-and-coming group of professionals who, while accomplished, are in the early stages of their careers. With the educational and professional guidance of NYWIFT, this group will be the next wave of industry leaders.
Professionals who are working in film, television or digital media and are interested in joining NYWIFT, but do not yet have four years of experience beyond entry level, are eligible to join the Next Wave Group. Please send your resume with relevant experience and dates to email@example.com and if you are eligible we will send you the application. For more information, contact Katie Chambers at 212-679-0870, ext. 23.Corporate Partner
Support NYWIFT by becoming a member of the Corporate Partner Program. Corporate partnerships are available in at a variety of levels, to ensure maximum participation by interested firms and organizations.
Dual Membership with Sister WIF Chapters
Dual membership with New York Women in Film & Television is a special membership category open to current members of other Women In Film chapters. Dual members receive NYWIFT member discounts and benefits, including: reduced admission to all NYWIFT programs and gala special events, your listing in the NYWFT online membership roster, access to the members only bulletin board and job listings on the NYWIFT website.
Download the application form from the 'Download Area' above.
If you have any questions contact Katie Chambers, Community Engagement Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.