Comedian Whitney Cummings

November programs are going to fill up fast so make sure to RSVP ASAP!

Thursday, November 7, 2013
Women In Comedy: Changing Times
Our guests—Whitney Cummings, Samantha Bee, Fran Drescher and Delia Ephron—have had a major impact on the world of comedy and they’ll share their journeys as performers, writers and producers – from behind the scenes to the front lines. With this array of hilarious, extraordinary women, it’s sure to be a remarkable evening!
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Monday, November 11, 2013
NYWIFT Night Out
Are you a NYWIFT member? Interested in becoming one? Join us to mix, mingle, and get to know other members and the NYWIFT staff in an informal setting on Monday, November 11th at 6:30 pm at Butterfield 8 Restaurant and Lounge, 5 West 38th Street (between Madison and 5th Avenues). There will be a cash bar featuring drink specials.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013
NYWIFT ExperTEAs with Bevy Smith – members only
Share a cup of tea and conversation with TV’s go-to gal-about-town for on-air and social media commentary on all things pop culture, entertainment and fashion Bevy Smith.  She is the woman The New York Times dubbed a “socialite and noted hostess” in reference to her “Dinner With Bevy” events, where she links marketers and celebrities with movers and shakers in various fields.
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013
4 Magic Questions of Screenwriting
Marilyn Horowitz teaches you how to shape a market-ready, three-act screenplay, how to build a better character arc, how to ask the one question that helps you write your best ending every time, and much more.
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Monday, November 18, 2013
How To Cast Your Indie Film
What steps should you take to find your dream team? Casting experts Stephanie A. Perry, Adrienne Stern, Michael Pinckney, Lauren Versel, Tanya Wexler and Moderator Destiny Lilly show you how.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
NYWIFT Member Screening series: Mondays at Racine
The doc, from Academy Award-winning director Cynthia Wade, follows sisters Cynthia and Rachel as they open the doors of their Long Island hair salon, Racine, to women diagnosed with cancer, giving those who are losing their hair, eyebrows and eyelashes a sense of normalcy and dignity in an uncertain time.
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Thursday, November 21, 2013
DIY Series: Create the Buzz, Audience Will Follow
This panel of seasoned experts will highlight their favorite strategies for generating awareness and share what tools and tactics worked best for their projects, from crowd-funding to self distribution across various digital platforms.
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Monday, November 25, 2013
Alternative Careers for Entertainment Lawyers
NYWIFT has assembled an esteemed group of former entertainment attorney—Marc Handelman, Nneka Norville and Adaora Udoji—who reveal how they found successful new careers in everything from marketing to public relations and investing. Moderated by Jim Arnoff.
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