Breakfast @ Tiffany's Newsletter: Spring 2014

"A moveable feast" (Photo from VSW Soibelman Syndicate News Agency Archive "The First Selfie" posted by Twisted Sifter (The Byron Company via The Museum of the City of New York)

Hello, Springtime!

It feels so great to get my hands dirty in the garden with my family again. Replanting the vegetable garden metaphorically and literally....reminds me of simpler times. 

In this newsletter: films, websites, books, fashion, and organizations that I love. It was my birthday Tuesday and I'm feeling very grateful to be alive, for my family, all of you, doing what I love and the things that inspire me. A sampling for this season below.

To the bloom of it all,


*Table of Contents*

Events to Experience:
Tribeca Film Festival 
SF International Film Festival  
Women's Refugee Commission Awards Luncheon  
Oakland Museum CA NEXT Gala
Mezooza Makeover  
Headlands Art Auction  
Manya: The Living History of Marie Curie  
"The Science of Character" at the California Academy of Sciences  
Future of Storytelling Conference  

Anita: Speaking Truth to Power
The Galapagos Affair
The Invisible Peak (Restoring West Peak of Mt. Tam)
Not Impossible Labs
Beyond Right & Wrong

Yummy Things to Buy:
Digital Bolex
Omnivore Salt
Chromecast Media Stick
Phoenix Project: Reviving Classic Clothing
7 on Locust Sample Sale
Juil Shoes

Online Delicacies:
Brain Pickings
The Good Guide
Pew Research Internet Project
Curating Change

Books & Magazines:
Thrive by Arianna Huffington
Yoke Magazine
Bright Ideas Magazine
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Overwhelmed by Brigid Schulte

Organizations Worth Supporting:
Survivor Initiative: Raising Awareness for Holocaust Survivors in Poverty
Rebuild the Dream: A 21st Century Think Tank
Inside Circle: Helping Prisoners and Parolees Heal from the Inside
Beacon Pack: Growing STEM in Emerging Economies
Tangerine Juice Fund for Women Filmmakers
[freespace] in SF reopens
142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley





From the films to the Disruptive Innovation Awards to Tribeca Interactive, this festival has it going on! Honored to be on the jury this year for their Vine competition. - t

from the website:
"TFF was founded in 2002 by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal & Craig Hatkoff as a response to the attacks on the World Trade Center. Conceived to foster the economic and cultural revitalization of Lower Manhattan through an annual celebration of film, music and culture, the Festival's mission is to promote New York City as a major filmmaking center and allow its filmmakers to reach the broadest possible audience. Since the inaugural festival, Lower Manhattan has become a thriving cultural and economic center."

when: April 16-27, 2014
where: New York City

for more details, visit the Tribeca Film Festival website.


Excited to see opening and closing night films: The Two Faces of January and Alex of Venice, Impossible Light, and Agnes Varda's new film, and to welcome Noah Cowan, the new captain of our cinematic SF ship. - t

from the website:
"Founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in the Americas. Held each spring for two weeks, the International is an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation in the country’s most beautiful city, featuring some 150 films and live events with more than 100 filmmakers in attendance and nearly two dozen awards presented for cinematic excellence. The Festival attracts an annual audience of more than 70,000. The International is deeply rooted in the strongest and finest traditions of appreciation of film both as an art form and as a meaningful agent for social change. It is a cultural treasure for Bay Area audiences, who embrace new ideas, compassionate humanity and world citizenship."

when: April 24-May 8, 2014
where: San Francisco, California

for more details, visit the San Francisco International Film Festival website.


A powerful organization doing very important work. Was happy to serve on the advisory this year for this event.
- t

from the website:
"Our mission is to improve the lives and protect the rights of women, children and youth displaced by conflict and crisis. We research their needs, identify solutions and advocate for programs and policies to strengthen their resilience and drive change in humanitarian practice. In 2014, the Women's Refugee Commission is celebrating 25 years of improving the lives and protecting the rights of refugee women and children. Join us!"

when: May 1, 2014
where: New York City

for more details, visit the 25 Years Leading Change website.


Amazing educational programs here at the Oakland Museum. Hope you can join us at this great event. - t

from the website:
"Reflect, Refract, Reveal, a celebration of OMCA's new vision to inspire California's future and foster the state's future stewards, citizens, innovators, and creators. The event will be on Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 6 pm until midnight, and benefits the Museum's renowned school tours and education programs."

when: May 10, 2014
where: OMCA, Oakland, California

for more details, visit the OMCA website.

MEZOOZA MAKEOVER | June 17, 2014 , City Winery, NYC

Amichai is a spiritual master of rethinking all things Jew. If i was in NYC in June, I would be here for sure. Anything he does is magical. - t

from the website:
"On June 17th we’ll come together to co-create the MEZOOZA MAKEOVER ritual, to be activated each time our community gathers. I have no idea what it will be. But it will be a collective vision of love.

But there’s more: this isn’t just about Lab/Shul NYC, which was recently featured in The New York Times. More of us worldwide are starting to wonder about ways to make our online lives more sacred and humane, less intrusive, pervasive and  frankly addictive. What if our virtual portals included an opt-in Mezooza of sorts – a way to pause as we ‘enter’ or ‘login’ or start a new day with a tiny nod to awareness, intention, a type of virtual kiss?"

when: June 17, 2014
where: New York City

for more details, visit the LabShul website.


HEADLANDS ART AUCTION | JUNE 4, 2014, San Francisco

The Headlands Center for the Arts is not only an amazing artist-in-residency program, but their art auction is spectacular. My walls can attest to that. - t

from the website:
"Save the date for our biggest event and fundraiser of the year! Live and silent auctions, cocktails, food, and entertainment. Artwork by leading contemporary artists. Pop up shop with limited edition objects inspired by Headlands. Event is hosted offsite."

when: June 4, 2014
: SOMArts, 934 Brannan St, San Francisco, CA 94103

for more details, visit the website.




Marie Curie is one of my heroes. I have heard this performance is phenomenal. Will be there with my family in the front row. - t

from the website:
"What if you could time travel to 1915 Paris and meet one of the world’s great scientists – in her own lab, in her own words? Marie Curie (née Maria Skłodowska) is best known for the discovery of radioactivity and the first successful treatment for cancer, but few understand the obstacles she faced to enter the laboratory. Set in 1915, Manya: The Living History of Marie Curie is an entertaining one-woman living history play revealing Marie’s remarkable journey from political oppression through international prominence. Masterfully written & performed by Susan Marie Frontczak, Manya explores the tenacity of the human spirit and the enduring allure of scientific discovery. Tickets are $30."

when: June 14th @ 7:30pm and June 15th @ 2pm
where: Victoria Theater in San Francisco

for more details, visit the Marie Curie Living History website.



We had many screenings all over the world for our new film "The Science of Character" on March 20th for #CharacterDay. However, this is the first time the whole film team who made the film will be in one place to do a Q & A. We love Academy of Sciences Night Life program and happy to have another film play there. - t

when: June 26th, Time TBA
where: The California Academy of Science, San Francisco

for more details, visit Nightlife at the California Academy of Sciences.

FUTURE OF STORYTELLING CONFERENCE | OCT 1 & 2, NYC - Save the Date & Register!


Yes, this is in Oct...but those of you interested in storytelling and its future, should register now as there are not many spots left. Will be speaking there - t

from the website:
"The Future of StoryTelling brings together 500 of the world's leading marketers, media executives, and technologists, to explore how the digital age is transforming the way we tell stories. FoST invites 20 dynamic speakers to lead roundtable conversations with intimate groups of attendees, inspired by their work and ideas."

when: October 1 & 2
where: New York City, New York

For more information, visit the FoST website.



ANITA by Freida Mock

We saw this at The Sundance Film Festival last year and found it so powerful...especially in the lens of time. It's so good. - t

from the website:
"ANITA:  Speaking Truth to Power premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013.  Receiving standing ovations at every screening, ANITA is the story of Anita Hill, an American attorney and academic, currently a professor of social policy, law and women’s studies at Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management.  She became a national figure in 1991 when she alleged that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas had made harassing sexual statements when he was her supervisor at the U.S. Department of Education and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. This film explores her journey during, and since, that pivotal moment in history."

when: NYC, March 21, 2014; LA & SF, MARCH 28, 2014; WASHINGTON DC & BOSTON, APRIL 4, 2014 - Additional cities to be announced.

for more details, visit the Anita website.



Dan and Dayna make great docs and I can't wait to see their latest. - t

from the website:
"Darwin meets Hitchcock in this true-crime tale of paradise found and lost. The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden is a fascinating documentary portrait of a 1930s murder mystery as strange and alluring as the famous archipelago itself. Fleeing conventional society, a Berlin doctor and his mistress start a new life on uninhabited Floreana Island. But after the international press sensationalizes the exploits of the Galapagos’ “Adam and Eve”, others flock there—including a self-styled Swiss Family Robinson and a gun-toting Viennese Baroness and her two lovers. Clashing personalities are aggravated by the island community’s lusty free-love ethos, and when some of the islanders disappear, suspicions of murder hang in the air leaving an unsolved mystery which remains the subject of local lore today."

when: Opens Nationwide April 4

for more details, visit the website.

THE INVISIBLE PEAK: Restoring the West Peak of Mt. Tam

I am a local Mill Valley girl who loves experiencing daily, the majestic beauty of Mount Tam. Let's all help to restore it. - t

from the website:
"Mt. Tamalpais, sentinel peak of the SF Bay Area, is considered sacred by many... native and non-native alike. In 1950, the military bulldozed the highest peak of the mountain to build an Air Force Station tasked with directing jet interceptors and short range Nike nuclear missiles against the potential threat of Russian nuclear bombers. By 1980 the base was obsolete and summarily closed. The military literally walked away from dozens of structures, leaving behind a huge toxic mess on the mountain. Through the use of historical footage, 3D reconstruction, interviews and breathtaking timelapse cinematography, this 20-minute film, narrated and co-written by Peter Coyote, explores the history of Tam's West Peak and how local citizens have been fighting to restore their mountain to a natural state."

for more details, visit The Invisible Peak.




This project fills me with hope. - t

from the website:
"Not Impossible Labs is 3D-printing arms for amputees in South Sudan and the war-torn Nuba Mountains. Not Impossible’s Project Daniel enabled a 16 y.o. to feed himself for the first time in two years. They then trained 6 others to use the equipment to ensure the program could outlast their presence."

for more details, visit Not Impossible Labs.





 Have been thinking a lot about forgiveness lately. An important topic for sure. - t

from the website:
"Beyond Right & Wrong is a transformative documentary that explores what happens as victims of three devastating conflicts attempt to rebuild their lives, balancing their need for justice with the desire to forgive. Watch Beyond Right & Wrong for free at With Filmraise, Everybody wins. Filmmakers raise awareness, charities raise money, and you make it happen."

for more details, visit Beyond Right & Wrong.


Online Delicacies:


Maria Popova has a magical mind. Period. Can't recommend her site, blogs, tweets enough. - t

from the website:
"Brain Pickings is a human-powered discovery engine for interestingness, a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why, bringing you things you didn’t know you were interested in — until you are. Founded in 2006 as a humble email digest and eventually brought online, the site was included in the Library of Congress permanent web archive in 2012."

for more details, visit brain pickings.


Friends Jill Soloway and Rebecca Odes started this site recently and definitely filled a hole. - t

from the website:
"We created WIFEY to give you a place where you can always go to watch something that’s actually compelling. Complicated. Real. Funny. Sexy. Alive. Like you. Welcome. It’s pretty simple: Every day you can expect new things to watch.  We’ll be digging in the dirt to find the stuff that excites or amuses us, and we’ll be making our own stuff, too."

for more details, visit


Linking it all together so we can make more informed decisions when we buy. yes, please. - t

from the website:
"GoodGuide is in business to provide authoritative information about the health, environmental and social performance of products and companies. Our mission is to help consumers make purchasing decisions that reflect their preferences and values. We believe that better information can transform the marketplace: as more consumers buy better products, retailers and manufacturers face compelling incentives to make products that are safe, environmentally sustainable and produced using ethical sourcing of raw materials and labor."

for more details, visit the Good Guide.


Always love participating in these reports and enjoy so much their perspectives on all things internet related. They just released a new report that i found very illuminating. - t

from the website:
"Predictions about new business models, Internet voting, privacy, MOOCs and more from some of the people most deeply involved in shaping our digital present. “People will continue to connect to people and information, and it will become more seamless and integrated into every aspect of daily life. We’re there in certain populations already, but it will be more widespread in 12 years.” — danah boyd, researcher for Microsoft and author of It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens."

for more details, visit the Pew Research Internet Project.


Always great shows curated by and highlighting women. - t

from the website:
"Curating Change is IMOW’s guest curatorship series dedicated to inspiring creativity and action on global issues for women. Come explore favorite pieces from the museum’s rich media archives, selected by women artists, activists and thought-leaders. Their first guest curator: Kiva co-founder Jessica Jackley on New Narratives!"

for more details, visit the Curating Change website.


A new book series for 50% of the population. - t

from the website:
"Shebooks is a new e-book publisher of great short stories by women, for women.  We publish long-form journalism, short memoir, and short fiction by some of the best writers in the United States and beyond, both well known and yet to be discovered.  The founders are Peggy Northrop, President, who is currently Editor-in-Chief of Sunset Magazine and former Editor-in-Chief of Reader’s Digest and More,  Laura Fraser, Editorial Director, who is the NYT-bestselling author of An Italian Affair and more recently, All Over the Map, as well as a long-time magazine journalist and writing teacher, and Rachel Greenfield, Chief Operating Officer, who has had a twenty year career in the top management of several leading publishing companies, including as EVP in charge of the Publishing Division of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia."

Send submissions of 10K words to


I love Good Magazine in print, and their site. They just went through a redesign and i recommend you take a whirl. - t

from the website:
" is a place to share creative solutions for living well and doing good. Check out a new way that GOOD is presenting featured and popular content, and stay tuned for more new features coming this month."

for more details, visit


Yummy Things to Buy


I want one. - t

from the website:
"The D16 combines legendary Bolex quality with the best in digital technology to bring you unrivaled image quality for its class. The D16 captures and preserves image detail with stunning accuracy that gives your footage an organic look, and the camera body is designed to fit comfortably in your hands–emulating the feel of a traditional 16mm film camera, while still offering all of the shooting positions and mounting options of a professional digital cinema camera."

for more details, visit the Digital Bolex.



There is a wooden dish of this near my stove. Super savory yum. - t

from the website:
"I was born in Siracusa, a city on the coast of Sicily, Italy, where I was raised to have a deep love of art, cooking and culture. At my mother’s and grandmother’s sides, I grew up cooking, pickling, and foraging.  We lived by the seasons, and I still live this way at my forge in San Francisco. This salt blend works on everything - meat, vegetables and fish; just a pinch unlocks the deepest flavors of your food. Many of my friends are chefs, restauranteurs, and artists, and for years I have been giving my salt to them. They loved it and urged me to share it with the community and with food lovers everywhere. So here it is, my OMNIVORE SALT. You can use it everyday, in whatever you love to cook."

for more details, visit Omnivore Salt.



This is a simple attachment that allows you to watch all things you find on the internet on your TV. As the screens continue to blur, this makes it all blur seamlessly. - t

from the website:
"With Chromecast, you can easily enjoy your favorite online entertainment on your HDTV—movies, TV shows, music, and more from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Google Play Movies and Music, and Chrome. No more huddling around small screens and tiny speakers. Chromecast automatically updates to work with a growing number of apps."

for more details, visit Chromecast.



This is such a great conecpt. - t

from the website:
“We’ve all seen clothing in a movie or magazine that we want but can’t find. A new online destination, Phoenix Project, recreates clothing worn by the world's most stylish icons. In collaboration with studios and private estates, co-founder Brooke Zaugg recreates limited edition, hand-numbered pieces with superb craftsmanship.Currently featured: Amelia Earhart, Josephine Baker, Elvis, Johnny Cash and James Dean. Up next: Grease, On the Waterfront, How to Marry a Millionaire and To Catch a Thief.”

for more details, visit the Phoenix Project.


7 ON LOCUST | March 25-27 - Sample Sale (Be Sweet + Stick & Ball)


I have been looking for the perfect doorstop forevah. Found it at this great store. see above. Love Nadine's curation. - t

from the website:
"7 on Locust is a lifestyle shop combining finds from around the world, ready-made objects and of course, Be Sweet yarn. Owner and founder (and now shop owner!) Nadine Curtis sat down with us to give us the scoop on the new retail space."

for more details, visit 7 on Locust.



from the website:
"Juil shoes cleanse your body of free radicals, based on a concept known as earthing or grounding. Juil footwear features copper dots, allowing you to connect to the power of the earth beneath your feet. Use the coupon code TREATYOURSELF10 during checkout, to receive an additional 10% off of your order!"

for more details, visit the Juil website.


Books & Magazines



THRIVE by Arianna Huffington

You all know how profound my family's Technology Shabbats have been these past four years and how much I value and think we should focus on being present. Arianna goes deep and wide on this topic in her new book "Thrive." Those of you who want to explore this issue def. read this book. - t

from the website:
"As more and more people are coming to realize, there is far more to living a truly successful life than just earning a bigger salary and capturing a corner office. Our relentless pursuit of the two traditional metrics of success -- money and power -- has led to an epidemic of burnout and stress-related illnesses, and an erosion in the quality of our relationships, family life, and, ironically, our careers. In being connected to the world 24/7, we're losing our connection to what truly matters. Our current definition of success is, as Thrive shows, literally killing us. We need a new way forward."

Thrive by Arianna Huffington on Amazon



Such a fantastic new magazine! - t

from the website:
"A delicious vehicle of consciousness has been unveiled. Under the sincere description "consciousness and creativity for change”, YOKE is a small, yet vital reminder of the critical stakes inherent to us in this digital-age, to attempt to live less isolated and more fulfilling lives, removing the self as an individual and highlighting the importance of unity and mindfulness."

Bright Ideas



This fabulous oversized new magazine by the amazing women at Seed & Spark is brimming with ideas. - t

from the website:
"In a time when some say that print media is dying, Seed&Spark, the crowd-funding and distribution platform for independent filmmakers, has boldly chosen to launch a semi-annual print magazine for independent film audiences.CalledBright Ideas, the magazine will include profiles, articles, and musings on the creative innovators of independent film. The debut edition which will be released at Sundance 2014, will feature profiles of Ryan Coogler ("Fruitvale Station"), Kat Candler (the forthcoming "Hellion"), and Cary Fukunaga (HBO's "True Detective," "Sin Nombre")."

Bright Ideas Magazine



AMERICANAH by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

So good. Definitely a window to a perspective I have never experienced. - t

from the website:
"From the award-winning author of Half of a Yellow Sun, a dazzling new novel: a story of love and race centered around a young man and woman from Nigeria who face difficult choices and challenges in the countries they come to call home."

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on Amazon





Just ordered this book. The excerpt I read in Time Magazine spoke to me on so many dif. levels. It's all about time right? - t

from the website:
"Can working parents in America—or anywhere—ever find true leisure time?

Overwhelmed is a map of the stresses that have ripped our leisure to shreds, and a look at how to put the pieces back together. Brigid Schulte speaks to neuroscientists, sociologists, and hundreds of working parents to tease out the factors contributing to our collective sense of being overwhelmed, seeking insights, answers, and inspiration. She investigates progressive offices trying to invent a new kind of workplace; she travels across Europe to get a sense of how other countries accommodate working parents; she finds younger couples who claim to have figured out an ideal division of chores, childcare, and meaningful paid work. Overwhelmed is the story of what she found out."

Overwhelmed by Brigid Schulte on Amazon



Organizations Worth Supporting


Both Ken and I lost family members in the Holocaust. We gave to this organization this winter after learning of the situation. I hope you can join me in supporting this important effort. - t

from the website:
"The Survivor Initiative was founded in the summer of 2012 by a small group of volunteers who were shocked to learn of the significant funding shortfalls for programs that support Holocaust survivors living below the national poverty line. The Survivor Initiative seeks to raise awareness and funds to assure survivors live their remaining years in dignity."

for more details, visit the Survivor Initiative.


REBUILD THE DREAM: A 21st Century Think Tank

Van Jones is a very smart and inspiring leader who brought a group of us together in SF and other locations in the US to think about engaging new communities in tech. A terrific initiative. - t

from the website:
"Rebuild The Dream is a 21st Century "think tank" that champions innovative solutions to fix the U.S. economy and uplift the next generation. Led by Van Jones, a former advisor to the Obama White House and host of CNN’s Crossfire, Rebuild The Dream effectively integrates mass media, creative artists, digital technology and celebrities to raise awareness and push for change on pressing issues, such as excessive incarceration, student loan debt, and immigration. This year, Rebuild The Dream is launching #YesWeCode, a major initiative to help train 100,000 low-opportunity youth to become the next generation of world-class computer programmers."

for more details, visit Rebuild the Dream.


BJ Wasserman, a good friend from childhood, who is leading this org, believes in a different approach in rehabilating people in prison. I went to an evening to hear amazing stories of transformation. Ken and I are supporting it and hope you can learn more about it here... - t

from the website:
"The Inside Circle Foundation, a non-profit created by inmates and ex-convicts, is dedicated to the personal growth of men and women in prison. Global activist Lynne Twist wrote, "his organization is not only going to make a significant difference in the lives of all the prisoners they touch, but also our justice systems and communities as a whole."

for more details, visit Inside Circle.



When I was on that surreal all night hackathon on this plane ride to London, this is one of the projects that one of the teams has now grown into existence! I hope you can join me in supporting it. - t

from the website:
was born on British Airways’ UnGrounded flight last summer. This innovative EdTech project needs help with startup costs to pilot and test in Ghana's remotest region this May. Please fund this U.N.-backed STEM learning project featured @ #HHA14 in Austin, Texas. Indiegogo campaign ending soon, make it a #BeaconSummer!"

for more details, visit the BeaconPack website.



A fund for mentoring and building community for women filmmakers. All those words sound very good together. - t

from the website:
"A direct action program by Tangerine Entertainment for rewarding, mentoring, and building a community for women directors. You can help! Our goal is to raise $25,000.00 this summer and to announce the Tangerine Juice Fundat the Toronto Film Festival this September!"

for more details, visit the Tangerine Juice Fund.



This space was the thumping with creativity when it launched. Very happy it's back. Thank you Mike Zuckerman! Check it out. - t

from the website:
"[freespace] is what happens when you give an engaged community space and permission to be creative.By breathing life and energy into vacant buildings through participant-driven activities, [freespace] fosters community, creativity, and civic innovation.  [freespace] began as a 1-month experiment in San Francisco, and has spread around the globe."

for more details, visit [freespace]


Every town needs a community theater for gathering, educating and inspiring. This is a gem in Mill Valley. A model for how it can give a center to city. - t

from the website:
"Throckmorton Theatre is founded on the philosophy that theatre, music, dance, film, poetry, visual and related arts are essential components of a rich and rewarding life, and an indispensable part of human inspiration and education. The arts expand our horizons, challenge our beliefs, and surround us with passion and beauty. They also foster a sense of community by bringing together diverse populations, young and old, artist and audience. Our goal is to use the transformative power of the arts to stimulate and enrich us as individuals, while simultaneously promoting the community solidarity upon which we all ultimately depend."

for more details, visit the Throckmorton Theatre website.

Upcoming Screenings & Events Highlights...

Connected screening as opening night film for Festival Consciousness Now | Caracus, VENEZUELA | May 22, 2014

Our whole Filmmaking team from "The Science of Character" will screen the film and do a Q & A the Academy of Sciences NightLife | San Francisco, CA | June 26, 2014

Speaking at The Future Friendly Web 2014 at Penn State University | State College, PA | June 9-10, 2014



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