TV has a reputation for being a more inviting place for women, but female storytellers are still outnumbered nearly 3 to 1 as writers and creators for the small screen.
WeForShe, an advocacy group for women in media, is thus soliciting nominations for the best unproduced female-penned pilot scripts with female protagonists for its 2016 WriteHer List.
Here’s what they’re about and what they’re looking for:
WHAT IS THE WRITEHER LIST:
The WriteHer List brings top quality, industry-vetted, female-driven, female-written, television scripts to the forefront of development.
WHAT YOU DO:
Become part of creating this go-to resource by submitting your favorite unproduced pilot script to email@example.com
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU:
A sneak peak at the list one week before it goes public on our website in 2016 — allowing you to check out the scripts your peers mostly highly recommend. Plus, the satisfaction of knowing you might help that amazing script find a home, get a female writer staffed on a show, or find that perfect script you were looking to pick up for your company.
All script types welcome (one-hour drama, half-hour comedy, limited series, etc.).
Single author or writing teams are fine (as long as one team member is a woman).
Submissions must come through industry referral. They cannot come directly from writers or their representatives.
Nominators remain anonymous.
For more details regarding the parameters of the WriteHer List, please check out our FAQ page. To learn more about WeForShe, check out our website weforshe.org.