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We are looking to spotlight members of our organization in the first annual Shorts Showcase. Open to any Filmmaker or Veteran member of the Network, the Showcase will be held virtually on Thursday, January 27th in the evening. 

Submit your short film (under 40 min) below by Saturday, January 15th 2022 at midnight EST to be considered for the screening. We accept films of any genre, subject, and completion date.

Selected filmmakers will be notified the week of January 17th. Please have your assets (H264 video file and graphics for promotion on social media) ready to go, in case you are selected.

Link in bio to submit! Email us with any questions. We look forward to watching your films! #indiefilms #shortfilms #filmfestival #virtualfestival
NYCWF wishes you a warm and happy holiday season!
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Holiday party this evening! We love to celebrate our community and are so thrilled to see your lovely faces, we wish we could fit more in one picture! Cheers to another year of successes!
Join us Fri, Dec 10, at 7 PM EST for a virtual end of year celebration as we raise a glass, reconnect with friends and make new ones! 
Get a sneak peek at some of our exciting initiatives for 2022 along with games, networking, and fun!

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Alethea Arnaquq-Baril is an Inuk filmmaker, known for her work on Inuit life and culture. She produces Inuit cultural documentaries and Inuktitut-language films through her own production company, Unikaat Studios, and through Tajarniit Productions, a collaborative project with Inuit women filmmakers.

Arnaquq-Baril directed her first full-length film, Tunnit: Retracing the Lines of Inuit Tattoos (2010), a personal documentary about her journey to explore the lost tradition of Inuit facial tattoos. Between 2011 and 2018, Arnaquq-Baril has worked on five other films in various roles as producer, director and screenwriter. 

She was named by the Toronto International Film Festival as one of Canada's most important women filmmakers in 2017. Angry Inuk won the DOC Vanguard award, the Vimeo On Demand Audience Award and the Canadian Documentary Promotion Award, among others.

In 2017, Arnaquq-Baril was awarded Canada's Meritorious Service Cross, MSC, "in recognition of her work as an activist and filmmaker". She currently works part-time with the Qanak Collective, which supports Inuit empowerment projects
Join us Mon, Dec 6, at 6:30 PM EST for a conversation with Attorney Norita N. Mengu on the different legal entities and the steps necessary when forming a Limited Liability Company for your production company, agency, or creative career in New York.

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