Distribution means you can Screen it!!

By fullcircle


Thank you to Third World Newsreel for taking our project on as part of your catalogue of important stories that need to be told!

Thank you to the ATLS team Martha Diaz- funding support, Melissa Ulto-media and Film editor, Jamee Shleiffer & Shanequa Green-Teacher’s guide consultants and Corinne Manabat- interim editor and Kwikstep Music direction and co director for your undying support!! Thank you to Baby Love, Aiko, Vendetta, Severe, Beta, Aruna–who just had a Son(Alpha Moon) and to Lady Champ for your inspiring testimonials!

Thank you to all who shared their stories B g irls and B boys Poppers and Lockers on this journey!

If you want to screen this film and have a discussion and teach some moves,– it is now possible!!

There is a Teachers Workbook and Youtube tutorial that comes along with the order.

If you want to have one of the featured B girls attend or organize a guest workshop, you can contact us here and we will help you arrange your special event.

Below is the link:




Thank you so much for all your support and keep up the great work!! Women’s History Month has been special so far!!

B girl Origen is pictured above.

Big hug to you all from me.. Rokafella!!!!!

Filed in: News • Friday, March 28th, 2014

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Help Us Raise Funds!

show us love! All The Ladies Say, is a documentary project driven by grant funding and donations from people who believe in the project. If you can help us reach our funding goals to complete production, market the film and create educational outreach programs, please do contact us info@alltheladiessay.com!

Some of our angels include:
The Ford Foundation, The Bronx Museum of Art, Marcy Garriott (Director - Inside the Circle), Momma's Hip- Hop Kitchen, Hip-hop Association, Bronx Council on the Arts


“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.