Eugene Ramos earned an MFA in Film from Columbia University. His TV spec scripts for “How I Met Your Mother,” “Supernatural,” and “The Big Bang Theory” have placed in several competitions. Most recently, his romantic-comedy screenplay, "Newton’s Laws of Emotion," reached the semifinals in the Nicholl Fellowships and won the inaugural TFI Sloan Filmmaker Prize. In addition, he enjoys reading Shakespeare in its original Klingon.
Newton's Laws of Emotion Comedy ⋄ Drama ⋄ Historical ⋄ Romance When a young Isaac Newton falls for a headstrong princess, he seeks to uncover the principles of love using his new system of mathematics. But when Newton’s adversary attempts to steal his work and her affections, he discovers that falling love isn’t a matter of calculus, it’s chemistry.
I'm Not Phil Comedy Filipino-American Ray Garcia pretends to be Asian Golden Boy Phil Aquino to win the affections of Rachael, a white co-ed who thinks all Asians look alike.
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