1. Muse 2012: Mariska Hargitay's Acceptance Speech

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    On Dec. 13, 2012, NYWIFT's Muse Awards honored Mariska Hargitay, Lucy Liu, Documentary Filmmaker Lisa F. Jackson, WE tv President Kim Martin, Women Make Movies, and WMM Executive Director Debra Zimmerman at Hilton New York to a packed house. The Daily Show's Jessica Williams emceed this annual special event.

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    • Muse Awards 2009: Allison Silverman

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      Allison Silverman gives her honoree speech at the 2009 Muse Awards.

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      • Faye Dunaway Tribute to Colleen Callaghan, Movie Stylist

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        from Jane - VividScreenDesigns.com Added 99 2 0

        A video tribute given by legendary actress, Faye Dunaway, for NYWIFT Designing Hollywood 2008 winner, Colleen Callaghan, who is one of the most in-demand hair stylists in the entertainment industry today, known for her amazing artistry. Nominated for two Academy Awards. Faye Dunaway congratulates Colleen and the artists behind the camera for which The Designing Hollywood awards celebrate. Shot by: Jane Gussin, Lighting: Aristedes DuVal www.Vividscreendesigns.com

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        • Movie Review: "Pariah" warrants acceptance with its vibrant, universal themes

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          Our panelists for this insightful review include Carolyn “Honeychild” Coleman, a guitarist who has two original songs included on the soundtrack of the film, Pariah; Hima B, a LGBTQ documentary filmmaker born in India and raised in the U.S.A; and Yolanda Shoshana, a lifestyle provocateur, modern courtesan, and tv and radio personality. They join our host, Stefanie Alleyne at Pop’s of Brooklyn in Greenwich Village, New York, to discuss this poignant, funny and sensational film. This video was edited, directed and produced by Denise Goins.

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          • Women's Film Preservation Fund (more footage)

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            The Women's Film Preservation Fund (WFPF) is the only program in the world that works to preserve the cultural legacy of women in the industry. Since its inception, the WFPF has provided financial support for presentation of over 80 short and feature films. Learn more about the WFPF and how you can help at nywift.org/wfpf.

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            • Movie Review: The film, "The Help" doses up a spoonful of sugar

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              from Denise Goins Added 17 1 0

              Panelists Hollie Harper, Lori Ponder and Janessa Olsen join our host, Stefanie Alleyne, at Madiba Restaurant in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York to discuss and review the film, "The Help." This video was directed, produced and edited by Denise Goins.

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              • Muse Awards 2009: Julianna Margulies

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                Julianna Margulies gives her honoree speech at the 2009 Muse Awards.

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                • Movie Review: The film, "Mozart's Sister," is a view into the life of a stifled genius

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                  Our host, Stefanie Alleyne, joins Ilene Rosen, Tiffani Coleman and Patricia Koo, at Toad Hall Tavern in Soho, New York to discuss the film, "Mozart's Sister." This video was edited and directed by Denise Goins.

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                  • Movie Review: The film,"Drive," exudes a super hero complex

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                    Shot in the photographer's studio of Benjamin Oliver, our panelists, Irena Lasenby, Jamilla Alston and Karen Jenson, join our host, Stefanie Alleyne, to review the stylistic film, "Drive." This video was produced, directed and edited by Denise Goins.

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