Honored to be amongst the talented winners of the Wasserman Awards at NYU. Thanks to the Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation for the Graduate Screenwriting Award. Now, I can keep writing and pay my bills for a liiiiiiiiittle longer.
Come join Ingrid for a conversation about online TV with the likes of David Cardasis (VICKY & LYSANDER), Shukree Tilghman (MORE THAN A MONTH) and Sean Weiner (UCB's BRINKMAN). The panel is part of IFP's Screen Forward at the Made in NY Media Center April 11th. Ingrid will make sure she sounds self-assured and moderately intelligent. Check out more here.
We're happy to announce that Ingrid's feature, WOMEN WHO KILL, is part of the Tribeca All Access Film Market as one of two LGBT-focused films. Congrats to the grantees! Looking forward to adding a little bloodshed to homoneurotic comedy. Check out more about the film: TAA.
Episode 1: "Nurture," was nominated for a WGA Award in the category of New Media Short Form - Original. We're super excited to be considered alongside Ben Zelevansky, Amy Berg & Mike Sizemore, Katja Blichfeld & Ben Sinclair and Damon Cardasis & Shannon Walker. Congrats everyone! Read the full list here: Hollywood Reporter.
Making a third season is always on the table. It may have something to do with post-apocalyptic Brooklyn.
But right this minute, I'm knee deep in fund-raising for my feature film WOMEN WHO KILL. It's about how love can be dangerous. It has a lot of similarities to F TO 7TH -- my character, Alex and Kim -- but it's a little more bloody. Think Park Slope meets Fargo.
I'll be sharing more info about the film in the coming months, so keep your eyes peeled and your ears clean.