a short series about the worst type of human interaction.
Written by Justine Neubarth, Run-Ins is a comedy series about those unwanted, awkward encounters in New York that we've all begrudgingly endured.
In order to support and connect women in film, we have approached this project as an Episodic Lab. With this new, exciting lab format, each episode features a different female director and female cinematographer, creating a mosaic boasting different female voices and aesthetics.
We have now completed production on season one, but if you are interested in getting involved in future iterations of our lab...
Featuring: Aron Canter, Nick Caruso, Txai Frota, Matt Korahais, Talya Mar, Caitlin Morris, Mary Kate O'Neill, Rudy Roushdi, Ayiesha Alizai Sadik, Julia Sirna-Frest, Aubrey Taylor, Chanel Waterhouse, and J.T. Wood.
Meet the creator!
JUSTINE NEUBARTH is a writer and sometimes-performer now (recently) based in LA. In her previous life as a New Yorker, she made sketches and web series as a member of the comedy group Bioux, including as a co-writer on MyBnB (winner of the Made in NY award at the 2016 Brooklyn WebFest). In her present life, she ferries Diet Cokes and answers phones as an assistant on The Blacklist. She has written for NBC Sports and Produced By Magazine and The Hairpin, and is a graduate of Williams College.
Katie Falter is a NYC based director and producer from the Buckeye State. She directed and produced the FringeFAVE run of The Starter by Sean Murphy at the 2015 New York International Fringe Festival. Favorite credits include Broadway: ALLEGIANCE. National Tour: Disney's Beauty and the Beast. NYC: RETREAT/Electra (Two Headed Rep), Animals Out of Paper (YOLO! Productions), BOHEMIAN LIGHTS (LiveSource), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (YOLO! Productions), and Mother Jones and the Children's Crusade (NYMF). She is also the Associate Producer of Pitch Her's recent series Keep Me Posted. Proud alum of Otterbein University.
Keep Me Posted
A comedic web series about three friends and their relationship
...with their cell phones.
Keep Me Posted, a series created by Hillary Nussbaum, is a biting look at the impact of texting and social media on our closest relationships, told through the lives of 3 female friends trying to grow up without growing apart. In the process, they grapple with everything from career crises, dating and marriage, to self-doubt, anxiety and depression.
HILLARY NUSSBAUM is the Writer, Director, and Executive Producer of Keep Me Posted. She has worked as a Producer and AD on multiple comedic shorts, and associate produced Pitch Her Productions’ inaugural short film, Our Everlasting Universe of Things, which played at festivals around the country. Previously, she was a writer and researcher for the hit series Cash Cab, as well as Manager of Development at Lion Television, a production company specializing in unscripted programming for national cable networks.