• Screenplay Workshop: "Don't Be a Baby" by Jonas Borgen (R-Rated Romantic Comedy)

    LOGLINE: When a baby falls in love with his film student nanny, he fulfills his lifelong dream of becoming an actor, but when her boyfriend sabotages both the movie and their relationship, the baby decides to strike back. (Romantic Comedy, R-Rated Comedy) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Jonas Borgen has written a couple of features, a TV pilot, two novels, a kids book and some shorts.

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  • TV Pilot Workshop: "Ozikiwe Gerwitz" by Yhane Smith (Dramedy)

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    $10.00

    SERIES LOGLINE: It's 1986 in Harlem and Ozikiwe (Ozzie) Gerwitz, half Afro-Cuban and half Jewish, wants to escape her crack infested 'hood, but with an unemployed, radical mother and three younger siblings to help take care of, will she finally be able to make her escape? (Dramedy) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Yhane has written five feature scripts, one of them is good. This is her third television pilot. Looking for a title for this script, suggestions are welcome.

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  • Screenplay Workshop: "QUINT" by Mike Palma (Scifi, Action/Adventure)

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    $10.00

    LOGLINE: A corrupt insurance PI and street-savvy prostitute find redemption when they confront a global firm with terminal plans for humanity. (SciFi, Action Adventure) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. • Refunds will only be issued if an NYCSC Workshop or Event is Cancelled. A refund can also be issued if you un-RSVP up to 48 hours before the start of a workshop. The 48 hours is required so that a member who takes your place will have enough time to read the script. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Script consultant (UNKNOWN - 2006 feature, Greg Kinnear, Jim Caviezel), Nicholl Quarter Finalist 2011, Writer / Producer documentary ("The War Against Kidney Disease") - Writer award winning short, Won / placed over a dozen major screenplay contests.

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  • Screenplay Workshop: "Standing8" by Michael Molina Minard (Sports Drama)

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    $10.00

    LOGLINE: Abdul was raised to fight and win; but when he kills an opponent in the ring, he must confront his greatest enemy -­ himself. (Sports Drama) NOTE: This is a feature script even though the meeting is on a Sunday. • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter TO DO: • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. • Thanks and see you soon! • Refunds will only be issued if an NYCSC Workshop or Event is Cancelled. A refund can also be issued if you un-RSVP up to 48 hours before the start of a workshop. The 48 hours is required so that a member who takes your place will have enough time to read the script. ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Michael Molina Minard is a second­ generation filmmaker and TV writer, working at HBO and Levinson/Fontana while completing his Columbia Film MFA. His Standing8 short screenplay won the 2013 Sloan Production Grant and the film itself garnered numerous awards and festival plays. Minard is a former undefeated Golden Gloves boxer who loves a good political fight and a slamming dish of ceviche.

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  • Screenplay Workshop: "Supremo's" by Spencer Sapienza (Coming of Age, Drama)

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    $10.00

    LOGLINE: Kevin and Martin, ten year old unlikely best friends, must dig up the secret past of their local comic book store in order to save it from a maniacal writer. (Coming of Age, Drama) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Spencer Sapienza is an aspiring writer from New Jersey. He is an intern for the NYCSC and frequent attendee as of summer 2015. He hopes you will tear apart his script.

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  • TV Script Workshop: "Grapple" by Doug Willen (Sports, Family Drama)

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    $10.00

    SERIES LOGLINE: When a high school freshman girl in rural Pennsylvania, decides to follow her older brother's path in her dream to becoming a state wrestling champion, and go to college, her dreams are derailed by her cold­hearted father who runs an illegal fight club. (Sports, Family Drama) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. • Refunds will only be issued if an NYCSC Workshop or Event is Cancelled. A refund can also be issued if you un-RSVP up to 48 hours before the start of a workshop. The 48 hours is required so that a member who takes your place will have enough time to read the script. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Dr. Doug, Chiropractor, services mostly entertainment industry patients: The Ballet, Rockettes, agents, and actors. In the past year, he wrote (2) one­ hour pilots. A feature film. As well as season one of the forthcoming web series, "Second Coming", a dark sexual comedy, (Dec. of 2015).

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  • TV Script Workshop: "Volunteers" by Ashley Gannon (Mockumentary, Workplace)

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    $10.00

    SERIES LOGLINE: A mockumentary revealing the antics of a group of young Americans volunteering in West Africa, where their first world problems get a third world perspective. (1/2 Hour Comedy Pilot, Mockumentary, Workplace) NOTE: This is a TV pilot script even though the meeting is on a Monday. • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Ashley Gannon is a recent transplant to Brooklyn who's trying her hand at screenwriting after a stint in West Africa and Morocco as a Peace Corps volunteer and an English teacher. Through those experiences, she was inspired enough to write an anecdote of her life in the form of a single­camera comedy. She's hoping to do as much as she can with this project, keep learning more about screenwriting and keep being inspired.

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  • TV Script Workshop: "ICE" by Estella Gabriel (Prime-time Thriller)

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    $10.00

    SERIES LOGLINE: A half Mexican/half Caucasian former Border Patrol star and newly promoted ICE investigator, struggles to keep up with her secret life in the smuggling underworld. (Prime-time Thriller, Police Procedural) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: Estella has adapted her award winning pilot to four 30 minute episodes (approximately 108 pages the length of a feature). She is looking to produce it herself. She is asking for our help in getting it into the best possible shape to prepare to raise funds for shooting.

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  • Screenplay Workshop: "Triplets" by Laura Kelber (Horror, Supernatural)

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    $10.00

    LOGLINE: A rootless young woman travels to a private island in Maine to assume guardianship of her identical­ triplet nieces, only to discover that one of them is pure evil. (Horror, Supernatural) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: This is Laura Kelber's 21st script. Her first script to hit the screen (she was hired as a co­writer) will be Thirsty, a musical biopic about a drag queen. It's just being submitted to festivals now.

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  • TV Script Workshop: "Welcome to the Catskills" by Vanessa King (Period Drama)

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    $10.00

    SERIES LOGLINE: In 1963, a 16 year old Catholic boy dreams of becoming the famous Borscht Belt's King of Comedy; he pretends to be 18 and Jewish so that he may work his way to the hallowed stage of the Catskills' world-famous Hemlock Hotel. (Period Drama, Dramedy) • Review the Script • Talk about The Craft / The Business. • Like NYC Screenwriters at Facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters (https://www.facebook.com/NYCScreenwriters?_rdr=p) • Follow @Scriptfeed (https://www.twitter.com/scriptfeed) on Twitter To Do • Download the SCRIPT from our "FILES" section (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Screenwriters-Collective/files/) the week before our meeting. Read it and come prepared to give your constructive commentary. • Members who bring written reviews go first. :) • If you sign up after the PASSWORD email blast (1 week before meeting) then email/message [masked]. • Please do not distribute passwords, scripts, or materials you obtain from RSVPing to Collective workshops. Thanks and see you soon! ABOUT THE SCREENWRITER: When she's not standing in front of Shetler's whiteboard with a marker in hand, you'll find her working full time for an Academy Award Winning actress in a position she's had for over a decade. She likes long walks on the beach and oxford commas. This script wasn't her idea: she was hired to write this pilot for a LA-based producer with intention to pitch this pilot to CBS. This is a first draft. Go easy.

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