See Jane Salon – It Starts with a Script

March 26, 2014 • Hosted by CBS

The easiest way to improve the representations of women and girls is to create great characters from the start. Before a film or television show ever hits the screen, it starts as a script! This salon focused on how you can develop great roles for women and girls in any scenario. See our panelist bios.

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It Starts with a Script Salon Program

It Starts with a Script Salon Program

Founder, Geena Davis

Founder, Geena Davis

Hosted by CBS

Hosted by CBS

Maggie Malone, Michelle Raimo Kouyate, Geena Davis, Amy Talkington and Susan Cartsonis

Maggie Malone, Michelle Raimo Kouyate, Geena Davis, Amy Talkington and Susan Cartsonis

Madeline DiNonno

Institute CEO Madeline DiNonno

Susan Cartonis

Susan Cartonis

Geena Davis and Jennifer Townsend

Geena Davis and Jennifer Townsend

Institute Volunteers Roxanne Hall and Brittney Conkle

Institute Volunteers Roxanne Hall and Brittney Conkle

Geena Davis, Loreen Arbus and Holly Toplitzky

Geena Davis, Loreen Arbus and Holly Toplitzky

Alicia Hetman and Geena Davis

Alicia Hetman and Geena Davis

Geena Davis, Amy Talkington and Susan Cartsonis

Geena Davis, Amy Talkington and Susan Cartsonis

Chrissy Dodson and Geena Davis

Chrissy Dodson and Geena Davis

Salon Audience

Salon Audience

Amy Talkington

Amy Talkington

Institute CEO Madeline DiNonno, Founder Geena Davis, Kate Brandt and Chrissie Dodson

Geena Davis, Madeline DiNonno, Kate Brandt and Chrissie Dodson

Loreen Arbus

Loreen Arbus

Salon Audience

Salon Audience

Loreen Arbus, Holly Toplitzky, Geena Davis and Madeline DiNonno

Loreen Arbus, Holly Toplitzky, Geena Davis and Madeline DiNonno

Kathleen Doty

Kathleen Doty

Kathleen Doty and Geena Davis

Kathleen Doty and Geena Davis

Jana Barber, Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Jana Barber, Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

James Doty, Kathleen Doty and Alica Hetman

James Doty, Kathleen Doty and Alica Hetman

Maggie Malone, Winnie Holzman and Amy Talkington

Maggie Malone, Winnie Holzman and Amy Talkington

Salon Audience

Salon Audience

Maggie Malone

Maggie Malone

Michelle Raimo Kouyate

Michelle Raimo Kouyate

Geena Davis and Jennifer Townsend

Geena Davis and Jennifer Townsend

Michelle Raimo Kouyate, Maggie Maleone, Winnie Holzman and Amy Talkington

Michelle Raimo Kouyate, Maggie Maleone, Winnie Holzman and Amy Talkington

Mylea Charvat, Geena Davis and Susan Cartsonis

Mylea Charvat, Geena Davis and Susan Cartsonis

Salon Panel and Audience

Salon Panel and Audience

Vincent Bruzzese, Madeline DiNonno and Kate Brandt

Vincent Bruzzese, Madeline DiNonno and Kate Brandt

Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Susan Cartsonis, Amy Talkington, Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Susan Cartsonis, Amy Talkington, Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Susan Cartsonis, Winnie Holzman and Maggie Malone

Susan Cartsonis, Maggie Malone and Winnie Holzman

Susan Cartsonis and Michlle Raimo Kouyate

Susan Cartsonis and Michlle Raimo Kouyate

Susan Cartsonis

Susan Cartsonis

Winnie Holzman

Winnie Holzman

Winnie Holzman

Winnie Holzman

Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

Vincent Bruzzese and Geena Davis

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