For its 34th year, the New York Women in Film and Television’s Muse Awards will honor Maggie Gyllenhaal, Wanda Sykes, Conde Nast Entertainment president (and former CW head) Dawn Ostroff, and script supervisor Mary Bailey. Philanthropist and documentarian Abigail Disney will receive the Loreen Arbus Changemaker Award.
Dedicated to celebrating women with “notable achievement and vision” in film, TV, and digital media, the Muse Awards will take place this year at December 11 in Midtown.
Gyllenhaal starred in the Sundance Channel’s amazing The Honourable Woman (read our review here) and can currently be seen in The Real Thing on Broadway. Sykes co-starred in Amazon’s Alpha House and will next be heard in Ice Age 5. Ostroff has overseen Conde Nast’s entrance into the film and TV worlds, with at least a dozen projects in the works and many more in development. Bailey boasts over 50 credits as script supervisor, most recently for Rosewater, August: Osage County, The Bling Ring, and Hope Springs.