Summer 2015 screening and performance

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IT’S BEEN A MINUTE BUT WE HAVE BEEN BUSY.. APOLOGIES FOR THE WAIT!  THANK YOU TO CHRISTAL BROWN WHO HAD A SCREENING AT MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE AND THANK YOU TO BBOY JETNAM FOR ARRANGING A SCREENING AT THE FIREHOUSE FOR THEIR HIP-HOP REVIVAL EVENT IN CHICAGO!

THANK YOU TO DANCING IN THE STREETS AND SUMMERSTAGE FOR INCLUDING A BGIRL PERFORMANCE DURING THE STREETS TO THE STAGE CONCERT ON JULY 11TH. THANK YOU TO THE FORD FOUNDATION/IIE FOR TRAVEL SUPPORT TO GET INTERNATIONAL DANCERS TO PARTICIPATE. UNFORTUNATELY, VENEZUELAN BGIRL MONONOKE DID NOT GET A VISA IN TIME BUT CANDY FROM THE UK JOINED US ONSTAGE, AT TRAININGS, REHEARSALS AND EVEN ATTENDED AN AFRICAN DANCE CLASS DURING HER STAY. THIS WAS PART OF A HIP-HOP EDUCATION EXCHANGE PROPOSAL THAT CULMINATED IN A PERFORMANCE.

 

WE ARE PLANNING A SERIES OF EVENTS TO CELEBRATE THE TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE LAUNCH OF THIS UNIQUE FILM THAT CHRONICLES THE BGIRL EXPERIENCE.  THE UPCOMING SCREENING HAPPENING ON AUGUST 8TH IS THE BEGINNING OF THE CELEBRATIONS HAPPENING IN 2016 THAT WILL BRING US BACK TO THE PLACES WE FEATURED IN THE FILM SO WE CAN CATCH UP AND SEE HOW THINGS ARE GOING FOR THE SCENE AT THIS POINT IN TIME.

PLEASE CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATES. MEANTIME ENJOY THE  FOTOS!

AND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ORGANIZE A SCREENING, YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE FILM AT http://myemail.constantcontact.com/–ALL-THE-LADIES-SAY—A-New-Documentary-on-Female-Breakdancers.html?soid=1101218204988&aid=ygXyxbHsW2Y  AND

AND CONTACT US HERE  TO INVITE ONE OF THE FEATURED BGIRLS OF THE FILM PARTICIPATE IN YOUR SCREENING.

 

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BGIRL LADY CHAMP, BBOY JETNAM, BBOY DFX AND THE LOCALS WHO ATTENDED THE SCREENING AT THE FIREHOUSE

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ROK AND GRAF LEGEND AT THE POP SHOP.. ROCKING MY FAT LACE EARRINGS!! LAROKASOUL.COM TO ORDER SOME..

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BGIRL/GRAF WRITER FROM MINNEAP SARA KELLY

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BGIRLS CANDY, MANTIS AND ROK AFTER TAKING AN AMAZING AFRICAN DANCE CLASS WITH LEGENDARY INSTRUCTOR/DRUMMER DJONIBA AT PERIDANCE STUDIO

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REHEARSING AT VIOLETA’S DANCE STUDIO IN EL BARRIO WITH LADY CHAMP SO MUCH HISTORY AND SOLIDARITY RIGHT THERE!! #KR3TS

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DARLENE, BGIRLS CHAMP, CANDY, ROK AND MANTIS AT A REHEARSAL FOR THE PERFORMANCE AT ST MARY’S PARK.

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THE 3 MUSKETEERS, BGIRLS MANTIS, CANDY AND ROK BACKSTAGE AT THE SUMMERSTAGE CONCERT!

 

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THE FIREHOUSE THAT WAS RE-PURPOSED BY PASTOR PHIL FOR HIP-HOP AND SPIRITUAL MEANS!! CHICAGO ROCKS!!!

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ROKAFELLA OFFERING A WORKSHOP OF DANCE TECHNIQUE AND HISTORY TO THE NEXT GENERATION OF CHICAGO BREAKERS BIG SHOUT TO THE FOOTWORKINGS AND TO BOOGIE!!

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FREE AUGUST 8TH SCREENING IN THE BX.  THANK YOU BRONX MUSEUM FOR THE OPPORTUNITY! #BRONXMUSEUM

FREE AUGUST 8TH SCREENING IN THE BX.
THANK YOU BRONX MUSEUM FOR THE OPPORTUNITY! #BRONXMUSEUM

Filed in: Dancers, female breakdancers/ B girls, Hip-hop, News • Thursday, July 30th, 2015

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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.