Remember the Academy Awards in 2018 and the closing words of Frances McDormand’s acceptance speech; “I have two words to leave you with here tonight. Inclusion Rider.” At the time this was a relatively unheard of concept, however in the months that followed, many high profile actors and directors such as Brie Larson, Michael B Jordan, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon committed to the inclusion rider; a contractual obligation that a project must meet a certain standard of diversity. It was only when movements such as ‘Time’s up’, #OsarsSoWhite and #MeToo came to a head that the film industry was forced to look at the systematic inequality that was (and arguably still is) so entrenched within it. Warner Bros became the first major studio to adopt the inclusion rider, company-wide on and off screen. Warner Bros committing to the inclusion rider demonstrated the power that pressure from individuals has on huge institutions.