Julie’s fiction work is represented by InkWell Management.

An interview with my coworkers, Alicia Arinella and Jessica Arinella on social entrepreneurship at: Shoestringventure.com

Recapper for www.haveuheard.netExample can be found here: Julie’s Recap

Skirt Setter/Blogger for Skirt.com


“For Belly”
For Belly tells the story of three women whose lives are simultaneously altered in the span of one afternoon. At its center is Frannie, an obsessive-compulsive housewife who hasn’t left her home in over 3 years.
For Belly

“For Belly” is currently entering the festival circuit.

“Waltzing Emily”: Feature-length romantic comedy
Log Line: Emily’s ordinary existence is no competition for her fantasy life, but when true love comes her way, these two worlds collide and give “reality” a whole new meaning.

Finalist: Script P.I.M.P. and ScriptShark Insider Screenplay Competitions

Available for Option

“Milestone”: Short comedy
When tubs of ice cream, drinking with friends and sad movies don’t get you past your heartbreak… it’s time to pull out the big guns. Milestone is a short comedy with a big gun.

Played at over 10 film festivals worldwide.

“Table for Three”: Short Film
Recently engaged, Misty and Danny are looking to buy a table or their apartment. Ellen is looking to sell one. What unfolds is a story about relationships and the emotions unleashed when people are forced to let go.
Table for Three

Premiered: Long Island International Film Festival 2004


“What You Can Do 365: Web Series – Co-Head Writer
What You Can Do 365 is a series that gives viewers the power to take small steps to solve big problems. Each episode illuminates a pressing social issue and then shows what viewers can do about it, even if they only have one minute of time to give.
What You Can Do 365

The series premiered on PBS affiliate, WLIW21

“The In-Betweens of Holly Malone”: Web Series – Staff Writer
Holly Malone is in between love, panic, shoe sizes, and all other experiences both monumental and mundane. Helping her tackle life’s issues – from pole dancing to orgasms to an action figure obsession – are her two BFFs, sex-crazed Francesca and over-the-top Danny. When she runs into the dashing Dimitri, Holly wonders if she’s finally going to be over her in-betweens. Shot in NYC, The In-Betweens of Holly Malone is the web series that unites Sex and the City with Ugly Betty.

Appeared in the Pixelodeon Festival and the LA Webfest (2010)

In the Can: Web Series – Head Writer
Film. Movies. Hollywood. Fame. The world is there for the taking. That’s the view of the In the Canners at In the Can Productions. Ready to produce their first feature film, ITC Productions is told by their CEO, the mysterious Mr. A that he’s found a new writer with a great script, “Love Is A Collard Green.” Watch the series that shows how movies get made…
In the Can


Belly: One-Woman Show
Belly tells the story of an afternoon in the life of Frannie, a delightfully disarming housewife with a twist. Frannie, a house-bound woman trotting through her routine, surprisingly discovers an audience in her living room. Thrust into the role of hostess, Frannie takes her audience on a rollercoaster ride of memories, confessions, hand sanitizer, hostess cupcakes and friendship. See the show Fred Backus of NYTheatre.com called, “a rare gem.”

Official Selection: NYC International Fringe Festival 2003
Currently licensed for a run in Australia

“Committed”: Full-Length Play
Turning the tables on the waiting-for-a-ring scenario, “Committed” tells the story of what happens when he proposes and she doesn’t say yes.

Julie is currently working on her first novel, currently titled

    The Breakup Face

Her personal essay, “Relationships Frieda-Style” has been published by the site, “This I Believe” and can be found at: thisibelieve.org


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