NYWIFT December Programs: Pitch Fest, Muse Awards + More


December programs are filling up fast so make sure to RSVP soon.

Bullets, Bios, Resumes, and Interviews
Monday, Dec 2, 6:30 pm, NYWIFT Offices (6 East 39th St)
Learn to write, pitch, and interview for high impact.

TV Pitch Fest
Wednesday, Dec 4, 6 pm, NYWIFT Offices (6 East 39th St)
An amazing opportunity! NYWIFT members have the chance to pitch their ideas to industry insiders—from HBO, Nickelodeon, Tangerine Entertainment, and more—who will provide feedback. Come prepared with your pitches, loglines, and one-sheets/leave-behinds. Registration required; see complete info.

DIY Series: Independent Theatrical Release
Thursday, Dec 5, 6:30 pm
Join NYWIFT for a panel that will discuss alternative distribution avenues for local marketing of screenings and bookings of theaters.

2013 Muse Awards
Thursday, Dec 12, 11:30 am, New York Hilton
Hosted by Wendy Williams and Andy Cohen, NYWIFT’s ever-popular awards show will honor Ellen Barkin, Connie Britton, Robin Wright, Sonia Manzano, Bravo President Frances Berwick, and Nancy Malone.



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