World Premiere of Amsterdam Ave. (NYC)

Date & Time

268 days ago




Join us for the world premiere of new Dutch American series Amsterdam Ave. at the Scholastic headquarters in SoHo! We will be showing the first two episodes of the series before launching into a discussion with the show's creators Dionne van den Berg & Pooja Tripathi, followed by Q&A, moderated by pop culture and digital media consultant, Taylor Davis. The premiere will kick off screenings around the world, and the launch of the series this fall. 

Schedule: 6:30 PM: Doors open 7:00 PM: Screening begins 7:30 PM: Panel and Q&A with show's creators 8:00 PM: Event ends About the Moderator: After graduating from Syracuse University with degrees in TV, Radio Film and Sociology, Taylor Davis moved to NYC in 2014 to start her career in working in TV. She ultimately wound up at VH1 working as a pop culture writer, interviewing TV talent and covering breaking news. Earlier this year, she took her side hustle full time and began working as a Digital Media Consultant helping female-led brands. She's following her passion by helping these companies with market research, consumer insights and digital marketing strategies. In her spare time, she's a co-host of a podcast, Scam City, that is devoted to uncovering the flaws and genius of well-known scams.  About Amsterdam Ave.: Amsterdam Ave. is a new Dutch American series created by two female filmmakers of color featuring a Dutch Surinamese girl in Amsterdam and an Indian American girl in NYC who switch places to follow their dreams. The show features female writers, producers, director, cinematographer, and an almost entirely female crew in Holland & NYC. Amsterdam Ave. also includes notable Dutch & American talent including our music directors DJ twins Coco & Breezy, Catherine Curtin (Insecure, Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black), Beau Schneider, Farrieda Smit, and Michael de Roos. Check out the trailer on YouTube and the series Instagram!  About Ladies Get Paid: Ladies Get Paid helps women strategically navigate their careers. We are a community of 50K women around the world, have a Slack group where tens of thousands of women are crowdsourcing career advice, we do events, host webinars and workshops, and have a local community in 15 cities. If you're not part of the group, please go to

tags: women, activism, equity, screening