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The PGA Women's Impact Network invites WIN members to...
DEVELOPING & PRODUCING WEB SERIES:
HARNESSING SHORT-FORM CONTENT
Tuesday, February 16
6:30pm - Doors open
7:00pm - Panel discussion with Q&A
149 5th Ave., 13th floor
Btwn 21st & 22nd St.
Web Series have begun to transform the digital media landscape. Their short form is perfect for mobile viewing, attracting loyal viewerships in high numbers and becoming a launch pad for both television and feature films. As the internet explodes with new media content, what are the steps toward developing and producing web series and how can success be defined and monetized?
At this time the event is open to WIN members only, no guests.
Ingrid Jungermann: Writer, Director, Producer
Ingrid has made several short films as well as two acclaimed web series – THE SLOPE and F TO 7TH – starring Jeaneane Garofalo, Olympia Dukakis, Amy Sedaris, Michael Showalter and Gaby Hoffmann. Her work has screened at several film festivals including the LA Film Festival, Rotterdam and Outfest. She is one of Out Magazine’s 100 People Of The Year, Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 Faces Of Independent Film And Go Magazine’s 100 Women We Love. A graduate of NYU Graduate Film, Ingrid is currently in post-production for first feature film, WOMEN WHO KILL, which was selected for the Tribeca All Access Program and IFP’s Emerging Narratives Lab.
Kim Spurlock: Writer, Director
Kim Spurlock, who is in no way the inspiration for Livin’ The Dream’s Kit Scanlon, got her MFA from NYU’s graduate film program. After making her angsty short films, Kim won several prestigious awards including a Student Academy award for her thesis film, DOWN IN NUMBER 5. She has several feature films in development, including A CASE OF THE DISMALS, a noirish mystery that was one of 12 projects selected worldwide for the Venice Biennale Cinema College. Another project KIN was a Sundance Writer's Lab finalist, a NYSCA recipient and was selected for the Artists Academy at the Film Society at Lincoln Center. Kim lives in Brooklyn and when not tearing it up as a writer and director, she enjoys zumba and tormenting her farmboy/amazing husband, Ben.
Padmini Devi Narumanchi: PGA Member
Padmini is a writer and educator. She earned her BA in Film Theory from UC Berkeley and MFA in Film & Television Production from USC School of Cinematic Arts. She has 1st Assistant Directed and co-Produced 3 independent features. Her script, Siddhi, was shortlisted for the AFI Directing Workshop for Women. The Golden Cap Club, a script she is producing, was shortlisted for the Sundance Creative Producing Fellowship. Padmini is a member of the Producers Guild of America East (Women’s Impact Network, Diversity Committee & PGA Green) and the co-Chair of the USC-Women of Cinematic Arts-East alumni group. She lives in Brooklyn and is an Adjunct Professor, teaching film production and screenwriting.
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