Virtual SWAN Day - this weekend!

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for a screening of the new feature 
an annual event on the last Saturday of March 
that celebrates women artists.
There will be a Q&A following the screening. 
You will receive instructions the day of the screening 
via email 
in order to access the film.
Free to attend. 
Co-sponsored by Jan Lisa Huttner

Virtual Theatrical Experience: 
2020 S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day
Screening - Tape
Date/Time: Saturday, Mar 28, 2020
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Location: Virtual Theatrical Experience
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Virtual Theatrical Experience: 2020 S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day Screening - Tape


Join NYWIFT, SAG-AFTRAFF2 MediaWomen in the Arts & Media Coalition (WAMC)HerFlixImageNation Cinema Foundation2020 One Woman One Vote Festival, and African-American Women in Cinema (AAWIC) for a screening of the new feature Tape in recognition of S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day, an annual event on the last Saturday of March that celebrates women artists.
There will be a Q&A following the screening.
You will receive instructions the day of the screening via email in order to access the film.
Free to attend. 

Tape – 98 min (2020)
Based on true events, Tape follows Rosa (Annarosa Mudd), an actress who, in order to inspire her own courage, pierces her tongue, cuts her wrists, and shaves her head, as a ritualistic homage to Shakespeare's Lavinia from Titus Andronicus, and secretly places hidden cameras on her body as well as in a dark studio. Rosa begins to stalk another actress, Pearl (Isabelle Fuhrman), who she identifies as the next "protege" of a successful producer, Lux (TarekBishara). But as Pearl and Lux enter the targeted studio, and Rosa collects and edits footage, she, and we, must all sit through an endless day of Lux's screen test process, and the grey areas of pressure that women experience when being coerced by a powerful man. As Rosa peers into her own past experiences playing out before her eyes, she is forced to question whether her revenge-fueled goal of revealing what goes on behind these closed doors is worth what it takes to do so.
Tape stars Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan, Hunger Games, Hounddog), Tarek Bishara (The Tale, Time Out of Mind), Annarosa Mudd (Tape is her film premiere), Allison Wynn (Vox Lux, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Daredevil), Isabella Pisacane (Daredevil), Alexanna Brier (Small Time), Lolly Jensen (The Mountain), Sophia Adler (Split), and Kana Hatakayama (Orange is the New Black).
Tape is written, directed and edited by NYWIFT member Deborah Kampmeier (Hounddog, Virgin, Split) and produced by Deborah KampmeierVeronica Nickel (Moonlight, First Match) and Annarosa Mudd. Executive produced by Kenneth and Marie Romanski. Co-Produced by Sophia Harvey (Before You Know It, The Artist's Wife), Christopher Woll (Split), Sean Smith (Alter Ego), Marcus Hart (An Honest Neighbor), and Minista Jazz (Fly By Light). Director of Photography is Valentina Caniglia (The Amytal Therapy, Little Sicily). Production Designer is Mikaela Martin (Ramona). Costume Designer is Annie Simon (Can You Keep A Secret, Anesthesia, Crypto). Sound Designer is Chris Woll (Split). Composer is Leslie Graves (Hounddog, Split). Casting is by Stephanie Holbrook (The Kindergarten Teacher, Madeline's Madeline).
Co-Sponsored Jan Lisa Huttner


Event Information
Virtual Theatrical Experience: 2020 S.W.A.N. (Support Women Artists Now) Day Screening - Tape
Date/Time: Saturday, Mar 28, 2020
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Location: Virtual Theatrical Experience
Register »
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Resource List from Artists Rights Alliance (on Medium)

Artist Rights Alliance is an artist-run, non-profit advocating for musicians, performers, and songwriters in the digital landscape.
Dear Music Creator and Creator Allies,
During the uncertainty and unprecedented changes taking place amid this global pandemic, the Artist Rights Alliance is experiencing the sense of loss and confusion alongside you. While there is no roadmap in this uncharted territory, we want to be a resource to you in these difficult times.
We have compiled a list* of organizations providing emergency financial aid specific to our profession, as well as medical and mental health resources, other ways to earn, and projects for your free time. We will continue to keep this list updated as more resources become available.
We are and will continue to be involved and deeply committed to our advocacy work for music creators. Please let us know if there is any way we can be of assistance. If you have additional resources we should add to this list, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
We stand alongside you during this incredibly challenging time and will continue to advocate on your behalf.
We have your back.
Artist Rights Alliance
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  • Resources listed are not endorsements


One thing that you can do at this moment is write to Congress urging them to include relief for the music community. Financial relief is being discussed right now in Congress and your input matters.

Financial Relief

American Guild of Musical Artists:
Equal Sound Corona Relief Fund for Musicians:
Foundation for Contemporary Arts Covid Relief for Canceled Performances:
Local 802(NY) Emergency Fund:
Local 47 (LA) Musicians' Union Emergency Relief Fund:
Sweet Relief Covid Fund for Music Industry Workers:
The Haven Foundation Emergency Grants Assistance for Freelancers in the Entertainment World:
IBMA Trust Fund Emergency Support for Bluegrass Professionals:
MusiCares Covid Relief Fund:
SAG-Aftra Covid Disaster Fund:
Sound Royalties Royalty Advance:

Mental Health Resources

NAMI National Alliance of Mental Health Covid Resources:
National Domestic Violence Hotline:
Crisis Text Line 24/7 Text Support:

Addiction Resources

AA, NA, Alanon Online Meetings:

Medical Resources

Rauschenberg Emergency Medical Grants:
Music Health Alliance Covid and Tornado Relief Resources:
Music Health Alliance Insurance Services:
New Orleans Musician Clinic:
Health Alliance for Austin Musicians:
MusiCares Financial and Addiction Recovery Assistance:

Other Ways to Earn

BandCamp Streaming:
Udemy for Creating Online Courses
Nashville Musician Odd Jobs FB Group:
Stageit Online Concert Venue:
SoundCloud Partner with Twitch to get Artists Paid:

Advocacy and Engagement

Action Network Lobby to Congress for Misplaced Entertainment Industry Workers:
Grammys Music Advocacy Action Urge Congress to protect music makers:
Arts Action Center Urging Support for the Arts During Covid-19:

Keeping busy

Grammy Programs:
Coursera Free Courses Online:
EDX Free Online Classes:
The Great Courses Free Courses:
Explore Live Cams and More:
Paris Museums Online:
Online trivia:
Nightly Met Opera Streams:
Digital Concert Hall:


Music Managers Forum Input:
Musicians Union Input:


Fan Engagement Tips:
Springboard for the Arts:
3A Resources:
Artist Relief Database:
Listings Project:
National Council for the Traditional Arts Facebook Group:

Artist Rights Alliance


Artist-run, non-profit advocating for musicians, performers, & songwriters in the digital landscape. (Formerly the Content Creators Coalition or "c3")See response