What has the male response to the film been like?
Our biggest backers are dads who have worked in the tech industry, have daughters, have seen how hard it is and think, 'Oh wow we need to do something about this.' That's been surprising but a good thing I guess. I know a lot of guys behind closed doors are doing things like financing media and new initiatives but they're not really out there talking about it and I think that would make a difference. Recently I read an interview by Chris Sacca who's one of the biggest angel investors who invested in Uber and Twitter, and he did this interview saying, 'We need to change the way we raise our girls and the way we treat women in this industry.' For him to come out and say that, that's really a big statement because as much as I love men who've been supporting this cause, it's important to speak out about it, especially if you have a position of power and you can actually make an impact.