• A dramatic short film about one family and the consequences of irresponsible gun ownership.

    A dramatic short film about one family and the consequences of irresponsible gun ownership. Please share and help them reach their stretch goal!

  • A Holocaust survivor donates his violin to an instrument drive, changing the life of a 12-year old girl in the Bronx.

    Joe's Violin is a short documentary following the unlikely journey of a violin - from a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor from Poland to a 12-year-old Bronx school girl from the nation’s poorest congressional district.

  • LEE

    Award-winning writer/director Chloé Zhao tells the story of three Lakota best-friends who's lives change abruptly when one of them makes a reckless decision. Please support and share!

  • Celebrating women who define success on their own terms and finding out how they do the awesome things they do.

    NYWIFT member Samantha Knowles is a producer for the webseries, Ladypoints, which seeks to celebrate women who "define success in their own terms." Please help support and share it!

  • A revelatory examination of the future of HIV/AIDS and how current networking technology empowers us to affect change.

    Congrats to "The Social Cure" for reaching its goal! This film, by NYWIFT Meissa Hampton, is about the HIV/AIDS crisis and what we can do to take control of our own health and promote positive health behaviors and defeat stigmas in our own communities.

  • An inspiring portrait of three Italian master tailors with a passionate devotion to their Old World trade

    Congrats to "Men of the Cloth" for reaching its goal! NYWIFT member Vicki Vasilopoulos is completing her inspiring
    documentary about Italian master tailors and their passion and pride for their Old World craft.

  • Help us share Pierre Dulaine's journey, as he bridges the gap between Jewish and Palestinian-Israeli children through dance.

    Congrats to "Dancing in Jaffa" for reaching its goal! NYWIFT member Hilla Medalia directed this film that follows renowned ballroom dancer as he returns to his birthplace of Jaffa to teach Palestinian-Israeli and Jewish children how to dance together.

  • A film about the life and work of André Gregory, visionary theatre director, storyteller and the My Dinner With Andre guy

    Congrats to the team of this intriguing documentary for surpassing its goal. The film is directed by NYWIFT member Cindy Kleine and co-produced by NYWIFT member Susan Lazarus.

  • “A Place to Stand” is a documentary about Jimmy Santiago Baca’s transformation from nearly illiterate convict to award-winning poet.

    Congrats to "A Place to Stand" for reaching its goal! Dyanna Taylor, the project's Director of Photography, is a NYWIFT member as well as a Muse Award honoree.

  • The inspiring story of a 15-year-old homeless and undocumented girl in CA who refuses to give up her dream of being an artist

    Congrats to the team for reaching its goal! Produced by NYWIFT member Yael Melamede, "Inocente" has screened at Hot Docs International Film Festival and is airing on MTV on August 17, 2012.

  • A look at one of the most private and controversial sects ever tied to Catholicism during their oldest and most public festival.

    Congrats to the team for reaching its goal! Brooklyn-based filmmaker Tiffany Jackson is a NYWIFT member.

  • TALES FROM A GHETTO KLOWN features an unprecedented view of John Leguizamo the actor/writer, as he mounts his latest one-man show.

    Congrats to the team for reaching its goal! NYWIFT member Laura Wagner is the film's Associate Producer. The film premiered on PBS on July 13.

  • The Zombie Squirrel Brigade takes revenge so you don't have to.

    Congrats to "Five Points" for reaching its goal! Annie Coburn is a NYWIFT member.

  • A Midwestern teen is abandoned by her single mom and decides to take survival into her own hands.

    This Women in Film Foundation Finishing Fund grant winner premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. It was written, directed, and produced by Jenny Deller and produced by Kristin Fairweather.

  • A film 12-years in the making about the educational journey of two middle class African-American boys. Broadcasting on POV in 2013.

    NYWIFT member Nicole London is the Associate Producer for Rada Film Group's documentary, American Promise. In addition, NYWIFT member Caroline de Fontaine-Stratton is the film's Project Manager.

  • What's the secret of the Sisterhood? Some of you are about to find out.

    NYWIFT member Lydia Dean Pilcher is one of the film's producers.

  • A poignant, humorous, & intimate film which follows the transformation of a tumultuous mother-daughter relationship from hated to love.

    Gayle Kirschenbaum is an Emmy award-winning filmmaker and a NYWIFT member.