DECEMBER 3rd @ Maysles!!

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Rok, Macca, Lady Beast, Mona Lisa, G I Jane and Lady Champ

Thank you to everyone who attended Birth of the Boom concert to raise funds for NYC Hospitals! Lady Champ, Macca and Lady Beast who all came in from their respective home towns of Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston to join us in he B girl segment/tribute held it down proudly! Footage from the ATLS was projected onto two huge LED screens during our perormance! Rokafella rocked her version of Just Begun! Susan Jacobs and Jeff Oppenhim thank you for inviting us to participate in the Birth of the Boom concert at the Paradise Theater in the Bx!!! 

Special thanks to Kwikstep for envisioning our participation in this line up and going to bat for it..live musicians and all! check the video link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AvDJjn2Gw0&feature=share&noredirect=1

Thank you to Claudio Leon who invited Rok to screen the film and teach a dance class at Passages Juvenile Correctional facility in October. The discussion afterwards was deep and motivating as well as the dance class with the ladies! Hip-hop is a positive force and the testimonies of this film are impacting so many people to keep believing that they can make the changes happen if they truly feel like it is necessary to survive. Work on your skills, take the chance and create your destiny!

Catch a performance fusing Breaking, Kabuki, House and Voguing in the BATTLE OF YESTERMORE with B girls of Full Circle on Nov 17 & 18th at Skylight 500 west 36th street, hit us here if you want ticket info.

Rokafella will teach a one time only “Floor Moves” Intermediate level dance class at Broadway Dance Center on November 26th–Saturday after Thanksgiving– at 1pm. Hope to see you there!

As part of the effort to stop violence against women the Man Up campaign is holding a film festival at Maysles Cinema 343 Lenox (127th street) on December 3rd and has invited ATLS to be screened with post screening discussion so please mark your calendars for 4pm and spread the word. We will be collecting donations at this screening as well to help with the film’s legal and sound mix production expenses E Flyer soon to follow! 212 582 6050. Back in ’09, we screened the 20 minute version of the film (thank you to Jessica Green) at Maysles to help generate funds so we can continue editing so this feels very full circle-ish!

If you would like to donate your services or funds to Full Circle Prod Inc for this project or the dance company please send us an email, check out the dance company website www.fullcirclesoul.com and let us know your thoughts.

See you soon,  Enjoy your holiday season.. !

In January we will be screening at the Job Corp in Amherst Massachusetts.

 

Filed in: News • Saturday, November 5th, 2011

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“All The Ladies Say” is a film that highlights the lives of six iconic female street dancers from San Jose, Atlanta, Miami and Chicago, who have carved a niche in the physically challenging, male dominated breakdance world. Discussions about motherhood, sexual tension, femininity versus masculinity and the rap industry/mainstream images are a few of the themes explored by the documentary’s main characters. International dancers not only make appearances but also add their two cents about life as a B Girl in the Hip-hop world.