The International Screenwriters' Association invites you to join us at our Third Thursdays monthly event in New York! This evening is specially designed for people in the film and television industry. It is the perfect opportunity to meet people who want to experience success in doing what we all love - screenwriting! Share your stories, meet new ISA friends and new hosts Nomi and Belinda, and win some prizes. It's FREE to attend, so come have some fun! WHEN: September 20, 6:30 PM WHERE: The Irish American Pub, 17 John Street, New York, NY 10038
Please note: you must register in advance through the ISA web site to be included in the drawing for door prizes. You must be present to win door prizes.
Meet your new hosts: Nneoma and Belinda
Meet Writer and Teacher: Jess Hinds
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