IMDB has introduced a new F-rated way of searching for films, which means you can now browse films directed and written by women - hurrah! So far 21,800 films have been tagged on IMDB as F-rated!
Just in time for International Women's Day :)
The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has adopted the F rating, a feminist classification system designed to highlight films that are written, directed or starring women. The F rating was created in 2014 by Bath film festival executive director Holly Tarquini to “support women in film and change the stories we see on screen”. It was inspired by the Bechdel test, a system devised by the cartoonist Alison Bechdel to determine whether a work of fiction features at least two women talking about topics other than a man.