Tonight's Movie: COYOTE LAKE, directed by Sara Seligman.

8:30 PM. Please RSVP to Gaby McCormick for address. 

Sara Seligman
Sara was born and raised in Mexico City and attended a German boarding school for high school before moving to NYC to pursue her career in filmmaking. She attended New York Film Academy, and after graduation, Sara worked in production and development at Pearl Street Films under the wing of Jennifer Todd, while writing and directing her own projects. Sara sold her first screenplay, PLAN V to No Dancing Today, and was awarded Tribeca Film Institute’s TAA grant for her feature COYOTE LAKE. She also won the Gold Lion Award at the Barcelona International Film Festival for her short film DIEGO (link below). Sara has also worked in on-set production on several TV series, including THE MINDY PROJECT, AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE PEOPLE V. OJ SIMPSON, GETTING ON and THE FOSTERS. She is attached to direct SANTA MUERTE with Third Wheel Films (SLENDER MAN) producing. Coyote Lake will be on HBO later this fall.

Watch the COYOTE LAKE Trailer here! 

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Women Wednesday will use this month, in particular, to spotlight awesome latinx talent! WW's very own Gaby McCormick & Maria Ascanio have co-written the emails for this month!

Nicole Castillo
Her passion is in telling stories about marginalized populations, following characters suffering mental illness, the elderly, those isolated by grief or social circumstances, and broken family relationships. She won an Emmy award for a medical story she did in partnership with Univision International. Her latest short film "The Last Protestor" won best female filmmaker at IndieFEST 2018, as well as, won best student film at the Los Angeles Movie Awards, and was nominated for best student short at the Milledgeville Film Festival. 

Watch her short 'The Last Protestor' here! 

New & Noteworthy:
We invite you to join us in our celebration of LatinX Heritage Month on Saturday, October 12 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at The Griffin Club. Come out and meet the LatinX leaders of TIME'S UP Women of Color (WOC) and mix and mingle with LatinX people working in entertainment as we celebrate the beautiful history and culture of our communities.
Please RSVP today to
Robert Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana, Lin-Manuel Miranda Team for LATINXT List of Emerging Talent. "Robert Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana and Lin-Manuel Miranda are ringing the bell on U.S. Latinx talent. As part of the second annual L'ATTITUDE entrepreneurial conference, a Latinx-focused event held at San Diego's Grand Hyatt from Sept. 26-29, the filmmakers will unveil LATINXT, a curated list of emerging creative voices who are ready for their big break. "I would get calls all the time from colleagues looking for that next person that represents the future, so I wanted to create a version of that which would be available to everyone," Rodriguez tells The Hollywood Reporter. "The goal is to help talent ascend to the next level in their careers by letting people in the industry know who they are. These are all people who caught our eye and whose work and potential we responded to."...The full list of roughly 60 Latinx creatives ranging in age from 26 into their forties amounts to a multidisciplinary pipeline of talent — showrunners, writers, directors, producers, actors and poets. Six of the artists previewed to THR include: Rafael Agustin (a writer, actor, producer who wrote for Jane the Virgin), Darlene Demorizi (a Vice Media host and stand-up comedian), Rosa Salazar (the Alita star is also a director and writer), Riverdale actor Camila Mendes, Andres and Diego Meza-Valdes (directors) and Lemon Andersen (poet, actor, writer, producer)." Read the full article here!
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