Hysterical Women is an independent series in development.
Hysterical Women is a dark comedy about gender in the workplace in our current political and sociological climate. Written in response to the #MeToo Movement, the series follows Alexa, the overlooked co-founder of a music marketing firm as she realizes that her buddies in the office might not be such good guys. The women in this office are ready for a revolution. Will Alexa have the guts to do anything about it? Can she be the leader they need?
A pilot episode was shot in October of 2018 and post-production crowdfunding concluded in December of 2018, after reaching 144% of funding.
Hysterical Women is premiering at the Bentonville Film Festival on May 11, 2019 and is an official selection of the 2019 Astoria Film Festival, and will be screening at Kaufman Studios May 17, 2019.
If you would like to request a script or screener or are interested in developing the project further, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Janessica's Guide to New York
Janessica’s Guide to New York is a project under development and is based on a webseries called “Janessica”. The series follows Janessica, a clueless, yet earnest young millennial, determined to navigate her way to life as a social media influencer. Armed to face New York with her selfie stick, Janessica knows that following your dreams is never easy, but it’s definitely always worth it! #blessed
The pilot script for Janessica is a semi-finalist for the 2019 Showtime Tony Cox Screenwriting Competition (Episodic Category).
Janessica, the webseries, is currently streaming on Amazon Prime, YouTube and Facebook. It was an official selection of Dallas VideoFest.
For more information on Janessica’s Guide to New York, or to read the pilot script, please email email@example.com
My Best Friend's Husband's Funeral
When Morgan comes to collect Gabby for her husband’s funeral, she knows it will be hard. But she wasn’t expecting this.
My Best Friend’s Husband’s Funeral is a story about grief, friendship and the rollercoaster of emotions we process as we start to rebuild our lives after loss.
Written by Daniella Pantoliano
Directed by Whitney Uland
Director of Cinematography: Jall Cowasji
Actors: Nora Kaye, Kate Crescenzo
For more information on our next steps or to request a digital screener, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
My Best Friend’s Husband’s Funeral is an official selection for the NewFilmmakers NY festival and the NYWIFT Online Shorts Festival, as well as the 2019 Film & Her, a Female Filmmaker Showcase.
The Dingo Ate My Baby
Molly thinks her friends will be supportive - even excited - when she shares some big news with them, but they have “a few” concerns.
Written by: Nora Kaye, Whitney Uland & Monica Dogra