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This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous Directed
Barbara Kopple USA / 2017 / 91 minutes
Times and Venues:
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Barbara Kopple
SYNOPSIS: This is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous portrays the intimate journey of Gigi Lazzarato, a fearless young woman who began life as Gregory Lazzarato, posting beauty and fashion videos to YouTube from his bedroom, only to later come out as a transgender female to an audience of millions. With never-before-seen personal footage, the film provides a raw and revealing look into a life that never compromises happiness, and spotlights a family's unwavering and unconditional love for a child.
BIO: Barbara Kopple is a two-time Academy Award winning filmmaker. A director and producer of narrative films, documentaries, television, and commercial spots, her most recent project is This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Other films include: Harlan County, USA,American Dream,Miss Sharon Jones,Shelter,Hot Type: 150 Years of the Nation,Running From Crazy,The House of Steinbrenner,Woodstock: Now and Then,Shut Up and Sing,A Conversation with Gregory Peck,My Generation,Wild Man Blues,Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson,Havo, and many more.
Executive Producer(s): Kim Moses, Ian Sanders, Scott Fisher, Adam Wescott
Producer(s): Barbara Kopple, David Cassidy
Director(s): Barbara Kopple
Cinematographer(s): Gary Griffin
Editor(s): Michael Culyba, Anne Fratto, Hemal Trivedi
Sound Designer(s): Giovanni DiSimone, Daniel Brooks
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