ATLS Part 2 Bx Museum event

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We hope to see you at our upcoming event at the Bronx Museum on June 10th from 6-10pm to not only celebrate women in Hip-hop but to also raise funds for producing a part 2 of All The Ladies Say.

DJ Perly

DJ Perly

DJ Perly will spin the beats for the exhibition battle with B girl J la Rok from New Jersey and B girl Eren from Chicago in addition to a Grafitti exhibition by Mel. Instagram@tribecalledmel

Graf writer MEL

Graf writer MEL

Momma’s Hip-hop Kitchen will partner with Full Circle Souljahs on several events coming up in Spring and Summer as a build up to their 10th anniversary in 2016!

www.mhhk.org

mhhk

DJ KS360 who provided original music mixes for the part 1 of ATLS and  producer of the hugely successful open format NYC dance party “Behind The Groove” will be playing your favorite dance hits/classics throughout the evening to keep dancers in the cypha and on the dance floor! www.soundcloud.com/djks360

DJ KS360 aka Kwikstep

DJ KS360 aka Kwikstep

The film will be screened at 615pm sharp for those who have not seen it yet.

We are proud that our previous film editor and camera-woman Melissa Ulto will be conducting on-site interviews for those who wish to appear in the part 2 and offer their testimonies and comments about women in Hip-hop 2016. please check her out at www.multo.com

Melissa Ulto

Melissa Ulto

 Not only did she make a cameo in the part 1 of ATLS, she made an appearance at last year’s underground anniversary and we are so honored she will be hosting this year’s festivities..Of course I am talking about Popping street dance royalty Peaches!

www.gopeaches.com

Peaches

Peaches

Finally doing the honors as our highlighted MC performance hails from Newark, NJ — Purple Haze and you can check her music out at https://soundcloud.com/paintedpurple/sets/sweet-sixteens-vol-2

MC Purple Haze

MC Purple Haze

Music equipment provided by DJ DP One and there will be a cash bar and a merchandise table. Fat Lace Earrings will be on sale at the Museum Gift shop.

If you would like to purchase and download the film please log onto

http://myemail.constantcontact.com/–ALL-THE-LADIES-SAY—A-New-Documentary-on-Female-Breakdancers.html?soid=1101218204988&aid=ygXyxbHsW2Y

which includes a teacher workbook and a Youtube tutorial to aid in your classroom or screening event. Props to Jamee Shleifer for her assistance with the creation of the additional film tools.

If you would like to offer your admin, media services, event volunteer services,  or to contribute to this 2nd installment in our film project please reach out to us here and

to donate please click this link

www.gofundme.com/alltheladiessaynyc

Thank you to everyone who has donated thus far and to our committed family including Bronx Council on the Arts, Third World Newsreel, Momma’s Hip-hop Kitchen, Melissa Ulto, The Bronx Museum, WHEDCO, Hi Arts and the community that has continued to support the journey of not only this film, but ALL activities and events that celebrate the contributions of women in Hip-hop!

You can follow us on our Facebook page and the Instagram @All_the_ladies_say

I am committed and excited!! Let’s rebuild.

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Filed in: Dancers, female breakdancers/ B girls, Film Production, Fundraising, Hip-hop, News • Monday, April 4th, 2016

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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


About

“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.