Wscripted Unveils Inaugural List of Excellent Screenplays By Women at Cannes (EXCLUSIVE)

Wscripted has unveiled its inaugural Cannes Screenplay List of scripts in the English language to option at Cannes. Wscripted is the first online marketplace for sourcing and curating excellent work written by women and women-identifying writers in film TV, and publishing. Among the screenplays on the list are works by Lucy Powers (“The Road to Hebron”), […]

Breaking Through The Lens participants announced for Cannes Marché

Breaking Through The Lens (BTTL), the year-round programme to promote projects by female and non-binary international filmmakers, has unveiled the 10 finalists in this year’s virtual pitching event at the Marché. They include: Dina Amer’s Cain And Abel (Egypt-France-US) about two French-born Muslims caught on either side of the 2015 Charlie Hedbo attack; Nihaarika Negi’s horror Feral (US) about […]

Tamika Guishard Carves Her Own Space with a New Media Course

Joining a group and hoping to become part of the team is often a nerve-wracking career step. But for Tamika Guishard, it’s one she’s happy to have taken. Guishard, 39, of Queens, New York, joined the Adelphi Communications Department this fall as an adjunct professor of new media. She brings with her a new teaching […]

Developing Reclaiming Black Spaces

In 2017, the Tenement Museum committed to telling broader stories of people who have shaped our city and country. This tour brings Black and African American history into our museum’s stories, and in our work to expand whose stories we tell, we will incorporate research from this project into many of our tours and programs. […]

“Film Schooled”, Andover Magazine, p 21

She’ll wear you out. In a good way. Tamika Guishard is one of those people all energy and good humor and pluck. Take one look at her resume—middle school teacher, park ranger, dancer, writer, director, activist and you’ll see a woman who takes what makes her curious, what makes her dream, and lets it drive […]