Virtual NYWIFT Member Screening: Toss It

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Join us for our first virtual NYWIFT Member Screening showcasing Michele Remsen’s “anti-romantic comedy” feature Toss It! Toss It is a recipient of the NYWIFT Nancy Malone Marketing and Promotion Grant. 

Watch the film: Any time Friday, May 1st at 3 PM through Monday, May 4th at 5 PM

Join the Q&A: Monday, May 4th at 5 PM

The film will be available to all who register to view via an exclusive link at any time throughout the weekend of May 1st. Then, join us for a special Q&A with the filmmaker on Zoom.

Please register in advance in order to receive the links. 

The NYWIFT Member Screening Series provides members with the opportunity to show their work in a theatrical setting (or in this case, a virtual theatrical setting). We hope you will join us in celebrating the work of our talented NYWIFT members!


Toss It

Michele Remsen (Director, Writer, Producer, Lead Actor)
2019, 118 min, Digital

Toss It starts where rom-coms end – then gets real. Emily and Finn think they know everything, until everything gets tossed. Questioning why men are so screwed up and if women are to blame, this trope-tossing, genre-dismantling film is packed with a stable of complicated characters and their intertwining relationships. A darkly comic, bittersweet look behind the facades of tradition, family and marriage, Toss It blends screwball comedy with an open-hearted deep-dive into family dysfunction.

Michele Remsen (Director, Writer, Producer, Lead-Actor) was awarded the 2018 NYWIFT Nancy Malone MAP Grant for her first feature Toss It, which is available on Amazon Prime and AppleTV worldwide via Journeyman Pictures. She was a 2019 Finalist for the NYWIFT Ravenal Foundation Feature Film Grant for her screenplay Raccoon. Her award-winning short film Juke (Director, Writer, Producer, Lead-Actor), which is available on ShortsTV, won Best Short at Asheville, Williamsburg, NYC Downtown Short FF & NYC PictureStart (Favorite Actress). Slackley Manor won Best TV Pilot Script at LA Comedy Festival. She is a filmmaker, director, screenwriter, producer, TV writer, actor, playwright, and novelist., and a member of the Writers Guild of America, East, and Film Fatales. More info: and


Q&A Moderator

Katie Chambers (moderator) is the Community Engagement Director at NYWIFT, where she manages both Communications and Membership.  She will receive regional recognition for her work at NYWIFT from the New York Society of Association Executives when she receives their “Rising Star” award at the Synergy Awards in August 2020, and national recognition when she is named one of Association Trends’ top “Young and Aspiring Executives” at their Salute to Excellence in Washington, DC, in 2021. Prior to joining the NYWIFT team, Katie was a talent agent in the Youth & Young Adult Theatrical division at Abrams Artists Agency in New York City, representing young actors in theatre, film, and television. She has served on the Next Generation Committee of the NY Television Festival, produced a critically-acclaimed play at the NY Fringe Festival, and has worked for Buchwald, Manhattan Theatre Club, and Hollywood producer Scott Rudin. Her writing has appeared in Huff Post, Honeysuckle Magazine and several printed essay collection. Katie graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude from Drew University with a double major in English and Theatre Arts.




$5 for NYWIFT Members 

$7 for Non-Members

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Produced by Katie Chambers


Special thanks to Carlina Rivera and the New York City 2nd Council District for discretionary funding for the NYWIFT Member Screening Series.

And thanks to Tito’s Handmade Vodka, the Signature Vodka of NYWIFT

May 1 @ 3:00pm — May 4 @ 5:00pm
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm (74h)

A private link to view the film will be made available to all who register in advance. You will also be invited to the Zoom Q&A.

The film will be available all weekend leading up to the Zoom Q&A.

$5 NYWIFT Members
$7 Non-Members


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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 Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.