On March 13, 2017 GIRLFIGHT: INVITE, also known as GIRLFIGHT, received the official classification of "F-Rated" due to having an all-female cast; aka we were able to answer the at least one of three criterion: "Are there significant female characters on screen in their own right?" In 2018, our feature film, Girl Blood Sport, was again given the F-Rating.
We at GirlFights.Club, Ltd. are proud supporters of female empowerment by employing women in an industry typically targeted for men and we plan to continue making F-Rated projects moving forward.
The F-Rating is controlled by the Bath Film Festival who authorized us to use the classification based on having an all-female cast. Currently, we do not produce Triple F-Rated content but we plan to in the future. We understand this may be confusing to you and would like to explain what an F-Rated film is.
Developed by Bath Film Festival and now expanding across the UK, the F-Rating is a new film rating which highlight films made by and featuring women.
Any film that answers yes to one of these questions is awarded the F-Rating stamp of approval.
Does it have a female director?
The aims of the F-Rating are:
For more information about the F-Rating, check out the resources here:
Web site: http://f-rated.org/