An F-Rated film must be directed and produced by a woman and actresses must have a significant role on-screen. Holly Tarquini is the Director of the Bath Film Festival, the founder of the F-Rating and a feminist.
General Manager of Soppexcca, Fátima discusses how power, confidence and gender equality is vital to the success of a union of 18 coffee co-operatives in northern Nicaragua.
Sinéad Gleeson is the co-founder of The Anti Room, the presenter of The Book Show on RTÉ Radio One, editor of ‘The Long Gaze Back’ and a bit of rockstar.
Author of ‘Only Ever Yours’ and the Irish Book of the Year, ‘Asking For It’, Louise O’Neill discusses the importance of female friendship and her definition of success.
In the midst of promoting Brooklyn, actress Saoirse Ronan discusses honesty, being a woman in Hollywood and female friendships.
CEO of ROADS Group and founder of The Lir Academy, Danielle discusses the necessity of continuously challenging yourself, relinquishing power and creativity.
Fashion Editor of the Financial Times and previously, Features Editor at Vogue UK, Jo discusses the business of fashion, the art of a gown and her Irish roots.
Self-described as a singer, actress and mother, Maria Doyle Kennedy discusses success, family, The Commitments & friendship.
Master of The National Maternity Hospital, Dr Rhona Mahony narrates the importance of education, embracing vulnerability and the reality of the medical profession.
The modern embodiment of Beckett, actress Lisa Dwan discusses Billie Whitelaw, criticism and banishing the stereotypical image of women in theatre.