Current cast members


Jess Beaulieu

Jess is a comedian, writer, actor, producer, podcaster, & feminist, host of the The Crimson Wave podcast and the all-female feminist comedy night WOMEN RANT at Bad Dog Theatre.

Aisha
Brown

Aisha is a stand-up comedian who has appeared at Just for Laughs, JFL42, the Guelph Comedy Festival, Sketchfest and Toronto’s Field Trip festival. She also performs with “Runnin’ at The Mouth”; a hip-hop comedy collective. photo credit: Calwyn Shurgold

Resh
Brown

Resh is a social worker, advocate, gourmand, cinephile, cat rescuer, and brown Debbie Downer type whose current crush is Anna Maria Tremonti.

Shaunna Bruton

Shaunna Bruton is a Product Manager. Shaunna has moved on from DFF but continues to fight the patriarchy on other fronts, and remains a cofounder and friend.

Jhanelle Dennis

Jhanelle is a comedian who was born in Jamaica and raised in Scarborough. She is the host/producer/single mom of the social media themed comedy show “#IRL (In Real Life)” at Comedy Bar. You can also catch her singing NSFW things with her crew “Runnin’ At The Mouth.

Kyrell
Grant

Kyrell Grant is a freelance writer and twitter genius. Her work has appeared in Teen Vogue, Canadaland and VICE.

Scaachi
Koul

Scaachi is a Culture Writer at BuzzFeed, author of the book One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter (Spring, 2017)

Amil
Niazi

Amil Niazi is a writer, comedian and producer. She's also the associate editor of VICE.com Canada and contributing host of Daily VICE.

Bee Quammie

Bee is an award-winning blogger, freelance writer, and event host/creator. Blogs at 83 to Infinity & The Brown Sugar Mama

Bernita Rebeiro

Bernita is a mild mannered public servant by day who has pretty good manners the rest of the time and is well-liked by dogs and small children

Judy Virago

Judy is a writer, performer, gin drinker and smasher of patriarchy originally from New Zealand

Janine Williams

Janine is the creative director of Kindred Studio, as well as a designer, front-end developer, & befriender of neighbourhood felines.

Ali
Zimmer

Originally from Halifax, Ali works in film distribution and programming. She is also an activist and amateur ice cream maker.


est. 2013

Producers

Steph Guthrie

Steph Guthrie is a grassroots educator who uses media and the arts to explore vital questions about social justice. She produces events, resources and strategic partnerships that challenge the continuum of gender-based violence. She currently works as impact producer for the groundbreaking documentary A Better Man, co-produced by the National Film Board, which invites the viewer to bear witness to conversations between the filmmaker and the man who abused her 20 years ago. As co-founder of Drunk Feminist Films, she creates participatory spaces for fun-loving, critical engagement with pop-culture.

Gillian Goerz

Gillian G. is a Canadian illustrator, writer and cartoonist. Her comics have been seen in The Walrus, Descant Magazine, and the Humber Literary Review, with frequent collaborator and award-winning author Mariko Tamaki. CBC books named Gillian’s contribution “a highlight” of the comic anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls (Bedside Press & Dark Horse Comics). Gillian is the recipient of both Toronto and Ontario Arts Council grants supporting Shirley Bones, her graphic novel in-progress: a retelling of Sherlock Holmes, set in Toronto, starring nine-year-old girl detectives. As cofounder of Drunk Feminist Films, Gillian designs feminist-forward graphics and wearables, and makes jokes at the expense of the patriarchy.

Amy Wood

Amy Wood is a seasoned marketer who uses her powers for building community and promoting fun in Toronto. In her day job as a consultant she works with companies big and small to help them stand out from the crowd. She's also founder of social experiment Yes New Friends which garnered national press by match-making female friends in a city where it's sometimes hard to meet people. In her work as a co-founder of Drunk Feminist Films, Amy produces regular webisodes that examine the portrayal of gender, class, race, ability and sexuality in popular movies.