Special Early Screening of Upcoming MPI Original Series

June 10, 2022

Join us on Wednesday, July 20, at 3:00 p.m. (ET) for a special Short Break with MPI featuring a first look at the upcoming MPI Original Series We’re Doing Good. During this 30-minute virtual event we will screen “Go Vegan!”—the second episode of the comedy series and host a Q&A session with MPI filmmaker Elvira Ibragimova and MPI’s senior vice president and producer Lana Link.

To attend you must register online 30 minutes prior to the event. If you are unable to join us during the live event at 3:00 p.m. (ET), your registration will also give you 24 hours of on-demand access to the film and the recorded Q&A once the livestream has concluded.

Register today by clicking here, and while you are at it, be sure to share this invitation with friends and family by forwarding this email or posting to your social media.


The MPI Original Series We’re Doing Good stars Emily Pendergast (Veep) and Jonathan Braylock (Astronomy Club) who, after a move to Los Angeles, vow to be one of “those couples”—the ones you see buying organic soap, donating to the correct charities, posting flawless volunteer selfies; the ones who are always making the world a better place. However, despite their best efforts, they fail humorously and spectacularly at every turn often harming the very causes they are trying to help.

We’re Doing Good was written and directed by MPI filmmaker Elvira Ibragimova, who developed the concept in MPI’s Comedy Workshop. The first episode of the series had its world premiere in March as an official selection at the renowned South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival and most recently screened the first two episodes at SeriesFest, the preeminent festival for episodic storytelling, where it won “Best Performance in a Digital Series” and the Caz Matthews Fund prize. 


MPI filmmaker Elvira Ibragimova is a former-architect-turned-award-winning-filmmaker, specializing in high-concept comedy. Her pilot script, Magic, was a 2018 Quarter Finalist in the Austin Film Festival Script Competition, and her short films have been selected by more than a dozen film festivals—helping her secure a Viacom Viewfinder Directing Fellowship where she learned about directing television at Nickelodeon and directed her first TV episode on Nickelodeon’s Danger Force, which aired this past January. Elvira was recently hired as a director by Nickelodeon and is working on projects such as The Fairly OddParents! and Danger Force.

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