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"amanda lipid" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
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"amanda lipid" Discussed on Without Fail
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"amanda lipid" Discussed on About to Review
"Heat come on what else does he have to do to get that respect so we are worth pointing to be abs absolutely logan logano it's tremendous film that i have told people out and recommended to people even if they're and they're like literally brought to the experts movies who cares it doesn't matter it really does not know who will verena's yet you wolverine is and you'd like movies that are very similar to old school westerns and everything just go so that one uh and then my last honorable mention step or you have three now you know i should also step the documentary about baltimore high school girls in a step competition absolutely loved within grom unfortunately again this one kinda got buried because there were so many documentaries that came out yup after this one i did happen every year on and it is a shame now the good thing was step though is that it got picked up for streaming real quick yup so if you are flying on like a domestic flight like it is on i think united amanda lipids the director i was talking to her recently and yet she put up a picture of her flying samarn was on little tv so see that's awesome this is very easily accessible so it might not win awards actually it is not going to 30 announced the documentary short list the upper oscars but absolutely go see c step it's just a joy and a sometimes we need that um we definitely need it this year and it's it's just a beautiful film and it's streaming in more places i think than than we could probably name at this yet so it's pretty easy to see him i mean it like i said it fortunately got picked up the up really quickly was funny as i was talking to them so i was like oh you know maybe you can send me a a dvd you know so i can do is give away and this is months ago and there are like.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Jose delors uh that the rebel leader in bern inspired the logo of the socialist magazine jakobsen guinness which brings new meeting the phrase bernie would have one i'll come right back i did it i did it i just dropped a big debt joke in her head i don't get it and hence yeah so i've i've i've spoil my own recommendation for the film burn rajoy pontecorvo which is quite a general you've or about you wa i am going to recommend something day scott started to recommend on the last show up at them as mrs overcome by the need to recommend lawnmower man in style so naina i'm definitely missing out layer priorities ate it it actually happened so i am going to fully recommend scott halfheartedly dead and i recommend amanda lipids his step which is the documentary currently in theaters i think it may still be in theaters by the time you're hearing this if not i imagine it'll make its way to streaming pretty quickly it's uh really crowdpleasing a documentary kind of loosely about us stepping highly rhythmic kind of footwork focus dancestyle there is a big part of black fraternities and sororities but this film focuses on a high school step team that's really just kind of framing device first story that goes beyond dance it set at a leadership academy an inner city baltimore offer black girls it's about to see its first senior class graduate with the goal of a one hundred percent college acceptance rate among those seniors.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on Double Toasted
"One of the things unnoticed with this and makes me very happy armed blair technology is at a point now where people can make documentaries in latin lex shit anymore you know we would get so made documentaries from back in the day and they would look because they've taken afford a big movie budgets they begin get like these cheap as cameras and they would and he will grainy man married guineas documentaries now that look great because they can shoot on the budget with digital but more pulled back this is a female directed that did this amanda lipids and i think that this cool that we get more female directors out there doing this kind of thing somboon for the film so with that said then he good let me know tell me yes so yeah first fema director asthma my ash i love that and i think the trailer actually does a really good job of of showing you what type of movie is it's an has the sad part at has you know the heavier moments but overall it's about this really great story about these three girls at their senior europe high school just you know doing what they love and trying desperately to succeed in their future and i thought it was really put while put together i thought the stories were really endearing one thing i really loved though was so like lesson is the main is like base would you argue the main girl of yosu the thing and this is a new a new school in baltimore was founded a think seven years ago yet of so she's the first person the phone the a step team here and it was a preparatory academy there yet bless him so she's the leader in the founder of the stuff team yes so she's really cool very beautiful seems very determined to try to make something of herself and she has had trouble saying and school egg going to school.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on About to Review
"Anyway happy did i do like a middle finger yeah nothing did a fallen gesture earlier like trademark that on involved old that's that's as good as the ratings is a for this podcast new leaf of they've made especially for this podcast fairly friendly uh there are three choices good bad or ugly a good film of something that you absolutely recommend to a friend it could be fantastic film something it needs to be seen a bad film of something that you do not regret singing its leader it might not be that thing that you tell everybody about and a bad film or an ugly film rather is just avoid it was just it was trash there is no reason for it to be around my official rating four step uh or step the movie some i think it looks like in some markets 100 percent absolute good go see this whenever you can the independence the strengh the unity and focus on community he that amanda lipid is able to convey in this documentary is phenomenal apec a unity exactly boom put that on ah toaster here all right so yeah the ghost goes he stepped i will put all of the links to that in the show notes as well as blessing taylor and cory and coach gerry who i interviewed i will put them also follow their social media they are going all over the place so and i think that i mean this.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"At the cost of tuition for higher education if his game his country today it is the scan it truly is and and for a kid to want to go to a forty thousand dollar a year school when a winter parents can barely keep the lights on at home is is touching and infuriated exactly in equal measure yom now it's a it's just a wonderful i mean i saw it and by the way it was also found in 2015 which is at the heart of the freddy gray oh uh grief over friday cresa that is woven in and out of that very gracefully never really you know that the filmmaker amanda lipids it's her first move is just a magnificent job in terms of not putting quote marks about at around everything she just let's she just let's the environment speak for itself but i got to see it in baltimore of a couple of weeks ago at the parkway theater and it's the kind of movie that brings you to your feet and you don't want to sit down he knows great yeah i mean it's just just out of the pure emotion of it is is just magnificent just references freddie grew you i mean the the step coach says oh by the way i live on the street were frutiger greed live uh but it there no heavy and not ones that now this house since this world their room beautiful found i really think it's um it's it's one you know it's corny to call things the feelgood film of the summer but it really it really is i i thought that was valeri in in the city no answer i have a couple of quibbles i thought she sort of glossed over the dance sequence.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Actually just got off the phone with the film's director amanda lipids right before rerecorded and in our interview she talked about her background as a broadway producer and how it helped make what she called a documentary musical so i'll have that article up later this week and they just want to mention about the past two films there's been a lot of kinda news especially round detroit about who gets to tell certain stories in this country so detroit was made by a white female filmmaker step was made by a white female filmmaker i have interviewed i wanna say like six or seven a white filmmakers this past year who've made films about the african american experience and it's a really interesting question you know i think for us as filmmakers about you know who gets to tell whose stories how do you make sure someone stories authentic if you're not from their community uh and that you're being true to let you know the protagonists in the film and not sort of like putting too much of your own cultural lens on things so if you're interested in this topic i did a whole podcast about it with the makers of the film four akim it's called how to make it authentic movie about someone else's story and we will linked to it and the podcast post in now moving on some granted lines detroit beca film institute if ventured documentary grants has a deadline on august forth this one's a bit confusing because wild being put on by the tribeca film institute it's actually intended for documentary filmmakers working or living in the south it's a short documentary pitch competition that will be held in new orleans during the new orleans film festival on friday october 13th 2017.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on KPCC
"No three senior on the step team are featured in the movie their blessings draw though cory granger entail a solomon other key people in the documentary are the girls mothers their step coach known as coach g and their heroic college councillor paula dole fat step which opens on august iv is the first feature from amanda lipids she has mostly worked as a broadway producer lipids recently came to kpcc along with the film three league girls their step coach and their college councillor and here's filmmaker amanda lipids explain why she opened the movie with the death of freddie gray at the hands of police in 2015 we actually started buying power to freddie great staff um i had a meeting with the families in the ninth grade about potentially making a documentary about the steps team and you might big pitch to them was i'm from baltimore and i want to change the conversation about baltimore and i thank you all due to and i think these young women being the founding class the school and incredible step team are the way to do it in everyone fateh okay sounds great streets of baltimore are tense tonight protesters overran parts of this afternoon the police charges six officers and he gave writing her way who died after being in police custody at at the center of a man who was killed in april of their junior year and for me it definitely a letter firing me too get a move on i was kind of not totally filming i was working my way up to filming i'd filmed about fifteen days and their junior year um and it certainly i believe freddie gray's death gave the young women and their families the courage to really be honest and truthful about their lives amanda any documentary makes a decision about who its principles are in their three young ladies who are really at the center of this film how do you decide who are going.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on About to Review
"You have to feel for the characters you have to really get that sense that these are real people going through real things this movie nails it so i highly recommend step which is getting a limited release in august through fox searchlight and then hopefully seattle gets it mid to late august it sounds like the kind of movie that will get a great reception in certainly in art house kind of towns and hopefully and where with a wide audience yes for sure and actually 'cause it premiered at sundance this year and really really took sundance by storm the award the did one at sundance at one the special jury prize the documentary category a have to give credit of course to amanda lipids who is the director she is fantastic and again she talked with this is the q an answer to coach g this story would have happened anyway it just happened to be that amanda and everybody got involved to tell us the story so it was incredible definitely definitely i recommend that said as step now we're moving onto another stiff moving that all three of us have seen we just want to uh last night the movie is called bad black from uganda own also step uh takes place i mean i can talk to a little bit but three high school girls in baltimore competing a step competition so i forgot to mention that before hurry i reduce this next on so bad black from uganda who wants to take the reins on what can i on the i'm going to start off by i mean that you can look at this film in.
"amanda lipid" Discussed on About to Review
"Matt dance coach miss a top me etiquette and how to be a lebie and how to handle situations will grace and conflict resolution how excel as a boss because that's exactly what she is and then you know she taught me how to leave fearfully i'm sorry fearlessly fully robot yoshitomi heavily fearlessly and instill confidence in me that i never knew ahead and that is the gift those are the gift that you want to imbue much matches these girls but that next generation um absolutely and i want them to remember all of their mentors miss dole fay myself ms hall brinda brown river amanda lipids their mothers and pay a forward give back in some way tell someone that you messed up because that's important everyone wants to tell the cinderella story this is now movie this is their rural lives in a documentary in their lives are going on in they are facing struggle still i am facing struggles still so to be truthful honest about the things that you're going through that's important and there is a moment in the film where you to one of the characters have about your story and your struggles when you were her age and i mean every every teenager every kid you know has a moment whether it is a parent or whatever just like you are never by age that everything but you broken down and you're like i get it i understand these are the things that i went through and was one of the best moments in the film from me because the character that you were talking to the person you were talking to.