F is for FUN because fun never gets old!
Picking up where Sex & the City and Bad Moms leave off, The Other F Word is a character driven comedy with a lot of heart and a touch of raunch about life after kids for four women friends.
Season One’s cast of this digital micro-series includes: Steve Guttenberg, Judy Gold, Michael Boatman, Reiko Aylesworth and Ben Bailey
The show is created by Caytha Jentis, an award-winning New York independent filmmaker with three features under her belt. Her comedies include: Bad Parents (Cinedigm) that starred Janeane Garofalo, Cheri Oteri & Kristen Johnston TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fc7lOBxa_Gs & And Then Came Love (Warner Bros) that starred Vanessa Williams, Eartha Kitt & Ben Vereen TRAILER: https://vimeo.com/21440083
Jentis, who made her first film as a suburban soccer Mom in Jersey, was recently selected by Good Housekeeping Magazine as one of its 50 over 50 as an adventure-seeker. “Women in Hollywood” will publish a story about her journey from Mom to Moviemaker on Medium August 29th that reaches over 1.2M in the industry.
Jentis began a grass roots marketing campaign for The Other F Word over a year ago. She has the support from top bloggers and influencers world wide to spread the word about the show. “Moms Night In” streaming parties thus far are planned in places such as Palos Verdes, Boston, Syracuse, Orlando, Michigan and New York City. In addition, NYWIFT will be screening Season One through its Anthology Series in late September as well as one in October in Los Angeles with Women Occupy Hollywood.
The primary audience for The Other F Word is easy to reach, is under-served, has significant disposable income and more time on their hands than most.
Jentis will be appearing on panels about returning to work in entertainment at the iRelaunch Conference in NYC and The Conference for Women in Boston.
Several news and tv stories nationwide are in the works timed to The Other F Word’s planned release of September 1st. Here is a link to a feature story that just ran in The Westside Spirit, a print publication for residents on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
“Having Fun With Getting Older” - http://www.westsidespirit.com/local-news/20160811/having-fun-with-getting-older