Women in Film and Television - Atlantic, "WIFT-AT," brings together professionals "working in film, television, and screen-based media," in the Atlantic region of Canada. A membership fee is required to join, and select programs are members-only (for example, the mentorship program). However, non-members hoping to participate in members-only events can often purchase a one-time ticket for certain webinars and programs, and a variety of resources on the site are available free of charge. The Resources section is a great hub for filmmakers, linking to COVID-relief information, professional development materials, and webinar recordings. The Tidings Newsletter is another wonderful free resource, highlighting upcoming programs, must-see films, and member profiles. This newsletter also helps connect individuals within the industry; for example, a recent post spotlights Working While Black, an upcoming documentary about "anti-Black racism in the workplace," and puts out a call for those interested in contributing to the project. Readers will also find WIFT-AT on Facebook (@wiftatlantic), Instagram (@wift_at), and Twitter (@wiftat).