To win a Redhead Scholarship, Molly and her three ginger pals must find out: what does it mean to be a redhead?
Good Porpoise’s award-winning hit comedy series
Redheads Anonymous is about more than just red hair.
In its first season of five 7-minute episodes, the show explores
stereotypes, bullying, beauty standards, gingerism (a real term!),
screening for cancerous moles, and the way superficial qualities change how we treat each other and ourselves. It empowers misfits to appreciate the qualities that make each of us unique, and uses hair as an allegory for minority groups in America.
The show has received 145,000+ views on YouTube, and positive reviews and mentions in USA Today, Tubefilter, The Huffington Post, Allure, Bust, VODzilla, Webvee Guide, Buzzfeed, and more.
It won the top awards at NY Comedy Shorts, Katra Film Series, Short Stop International, Web Short of the Month, and Tiny Film Festival; received the Silver Excellence Award for Best Screenplay - and won for Best Sitcom Actress and Best Sitcom Screenplay - at the Rome Web Awards; and garnered nominations and Official Selections at numerous other festivals, including Indie Series Awards, Sunscreen Film Fest, HollyWeb, and ITVFest.
Creator: Elisabeth Ness
Director: Daniel Seth
Lead Cast: Elisabeth Ness, Ethan Slater, Juliet Brett, Kathleen Littlefield
Writers: Elisabeth Ness, Kevin Sebastian, Juliet Brett, Justin Liebergen
Exec Prod: Ed Nescot, Vint Cerf, Ruth Ness
Co-Prod: Natalie Neckyfarow
Casting: Kimberly Graham, CSA