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Martha Pinson / "Power" (Kerry Hayes)

NYSSN meets every couple of months - typically on a Sunday - on a September-June cycle.


Unless otherwise stated, meetings are usually held at:


321 W44th St, Manhattan, New York.

*Please check for room # on the day.*

Notes to past NYSSN meetings can be found in the Members ARCHIVES page.


Non-members can request to audit a meeting if they are unsure about joining the network.


Please contact us if you are attending for the first time.

Meetings are a mix of in-person events and virtual discussions.

Bryant Park Social

June 23rd, 11am-1pm EST @ Reading Room Area

Join us for our park hang in our final meeting of the season. Whether you've been working or hustling, we're here to celebrate and commiserate with you!


We might also indulge in a few rounds of script supervisor Q&A dicebreakers.... Questions TBD!

Please RSVP to the email invite

Beer & Burgers

April 14th, 4-7pm EST @ The Winslow 243 E14th St

Our annual Beer & Burgers comes later in the season but better late than never! Network with fellow script supervisors IRL, meet new friends, and come tell us how you've fared through the industry strikes. We want to hear about all the movies you've watched, any travels you've done, or anything you've learned and are taking back with you to set. First round is on us! 🍻 Come for happy hour, stay for a bite. 

2024 // Script Supervision in Animated Films

January 28th, 12-2pm EST @ Zoom

Happy New Year all! Please join us for our first meeting of 2024 as we discuss the animation pipeline and script supervising an animated film with veteran Pixar Script Supervisors Rachel Slansky and Cara Brody. 

CARA BRODY is a Senior Script Supervisor at Pixar Animations Studios where she most recently worked on Elemental. Cara grew up in Bozeman, Montana and studied Theater at Skidmore College. After school, she got her introduction to the entertainment industry through an internship on the Emmys, the NBC Page Program and assisting talent managers in both LA and NY. Her number one hobby is spending time with her dog but she also enjoys running, baking, camping, and learning to sew.

RACHEL SLANSKY was raised in Oregon, where she studied Theater, Fine Arts, Animation, Screenwriting, and Practical Make-up FX before beginning her Animation career at LAIKA Studios as Front Desk Coordinator, Assistant to Producer, Director, and Writer, Early Story Development Coordinator, and Story/Edit PA. After relocating to the San Francisco Bay area, she first worked at PDI Dreamworks as a Recruiting Assistant and a Production Coordinator before starting at Pixar, where she most recently was Senior Script Supervisor for Turning Red. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hiking, watching movies, being referee to her two cats, and the 3-Day Novel Contest.

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