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Watch Member Meredith Post's Web Series The Grass Is Always Greener Now on Vimeo

The Grass Is Always Greener, a new web series created, written, and produced by NYWIFT member Meredith Post, is now available to watch on Vimeo. When the first medical marijuana dispensary opens in Connecticut, twenty strangers' lives will be changed forever.

Watch it online!

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Grass has an ensemble cast of two dozen characters including the dispensary's dysfunctional staff, the owner's mother, who runs the local pharma, Holy Rollers who don't think there's anything holy about rolling j's, two-faced politicians, including the state senator engaged to the local news anchor, Candi Kuntz, who is covering the story 'til she inadvertantly becomes it, when she jumps from a news copter before it crashes, momentarily forgetting that she went to work commando, giving everybody with an i-phone down below the chance to catch her tattoo of a lollipop with the words "lick me" inked around it! Stay tuned to watch the fall out when Candi's previously private parts go viral. And stay tuned to see what happens when an MS patient shows up at the dispensary and meets a daughter he never knew existed.

Grass got its start as a reading at NYWIFT and features NYWIFT member Dawn Young as pharma CEO Blue Wilson. Before writing Grass, Meredith spent almost 20 years writing shows for CBS/NBC where she received 6 Emmy noms and a WGA award. Grass just placed in the finals of the Screencraft TV Pilot Launch Contest and has been submitted to Tribeca N.O.W. She is currently writing more webisodes with Andrew Schub, Jerrod Brito and Brandon Lang.

Check out the first episode:


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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts
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