representation

  • Henry Golding and Constance Wu embrace in the poster for Crazy Rich Asians
    Opinion

    If you think Crazy Rich Asians isn't Asian enough you're missing the point

    Why does one film have to represent the entirety of cultural experience?

    Posted by
    Hannah-Rose Yee
    Published
  • Women in a one piece swimsuit with emoji hearts on it
    Visible Women

    Why these brilliant women are campaigning for more diverse emojis

    First, they advocated for the flat shoe, hijab and dumpling emoji. Now they have their sights set on adding a one piece swimsuit to the keyboard

    Posted by
    Hannah-Rose Yee
    Published
  • Life

    Film critics are overwhelmingly white and male, study finds

    Only 22.2% of reviews of top releases are written by women

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Star Wars just got its first black female director

    May the force be with Victoria Mahoney.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Women’s Daily Dispatch: The news you need to know on 19/3/18

    An all-woman sailing crew, an app designed to protect women and more

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Life

    People are sharing how many women writers they were taught at school – and it's really depressing

    "I studied zero female authors...zero!"

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • People

    Salma Hayek has weighed in on the Frida Kahlo Barbie controversy

    "How could they make her a Barbie?"

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • People

    Teen activists recreate famous film posters with black leads

    Harry Potter, James Bond and Bridget Jones all got the recasting treatment

    Posted by
    Moya Lothian-McLean
    Published
  • Life

    The Oscars prove there's an appetite for diversity in film. So where is it?

    There’s no excuse for the film industry to keep on ignoring underrepresented groups

    Posted by
    Emily Reynolds
    Published
  • Life

    Why 2017 wasn’t actually a great year for female-led films

    Don’t be fooled by the success of Wonder Woman, Beauty and the Beast et al

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published