The next time you shell out 14 bucks to see a movie on the big screen (or spend the night on your couch surfing Netflix, we don’t judge), ask yourself: where are the women? Less than 60 per cent of Hollywood productions currently pass the Bechdel Test, which asks: Does a film have 1) two female characters 2) with names 3) who talk to each other 4) about something other than a man? In 2015, films as varied as Hotel Transylvania 2, Sicario, and Ant-Man all failed this test, but Imogen Grace is working on that. She’s co-founded the Bechdel Bill, an initiative that encourages filmmakers to include dynamic female characters in their work. Read the full article here.