Media Literacy x WIFTV: Things You Should Know

WIFTV works to raise the awareness about women involved in making TV programs and films, and coordinating opportunities for women to network and support one another. It should come as no surprise then that WIFTV has a big interest in the work of other people and organizations who are working to raise the profile of women in film, or helping to point out the obvious gender disparities in this industry. Groups, websites, and blogs focused on media literacy are a good place to start if you’re interested in learning more about the role of women in TV and film.

Ready to learn more about media literacy? Here are a few things you might want to check out.

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Looking for a new perspective on women involved in filmmaking or TV? Here are some excellent reads useful for any WIFTV member or festival-goer. 

Written Off: Why Aren’t Black Female Screenwriters Getting their Due? by Nijla Mu’min

What a Witch: Girlhood, Agency, and Community in ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’ and ‘The Little Mermaid by Megan Ryland

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