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Veteran b-girl Ana “Rokafella” Garcia’s first documentary film ALL THE LADIES SAY features the work of female breakdancers in the United States, including Aiko, Baby Love, Beta, Lady Champ, Severe and Vendetta. This film raises awareness of the female presence in Hip-hop and promotes the growth of this dance community in the United States and internationally. Discussions about femininity, motherhood and the representation of women in popular culture are a few of the themes explored by the dancers.

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Back in 2006..

Back in 2006, our film was still a set of mini DV tapes in Bgirl Rokafella’s universe. A grant award from the Ford Foundation made travels across

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Celebrating each other!

The day long streaming and interview with Champ Aiko Melissa and Rokafella was a success. Many people were able to see the film and listen to the

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Join Us Sept 18 & 19 Live

We will be streaming live with Third World Newsreel on Friday, and on the ATLS Facebook page Saturday at 2 pm. Please join us for two amazing

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Bronx Museum Shoot

Looking back to one of our shoots with the ATLS crew at the Bronx Museum reminds us of the long journey we took to get the film

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Ana Rockafella Garcia

In addition to directing this film, Ana "Rokafella" Garcia is a NYC native who has represented women in Hip-hop dance professionally over the past two decades. She co founded Full Circle Prod Inc- NYC's only non profit Break Dance Theater company with her husband veteran Bboy Kwikstep generating theater pieces, original poetry and NYC based dance related events.

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Gabriel Dionisio (Kwikstep)
Music Director

In addition to producing most of the original music for All The Ladies Say film and trailers, Gabriel Kwikstep Dionisio is an internationally renowned dancer and Hip hop dance historian. He began his dance journey at the age of 8 and by the time he was 21 had appeared in music videos, film and had traveled to China.

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Melissa Ulto
Editor & Animator

Melissa has had an extensive career in Hip Hop documentary filmmaking, as an editor, animator, cinematographer, and producer. Her talents on this film lend to its unique feel and storytelling style. She is a digital content specialist for long and short form content, as well as working in digital signage. Melissa also lends her skills to various nonprofit organizations and activist movements.

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Maria "Toofly" Castillo
Contributing Artist

Ecuadorian, New York City artist Maria” Toofly” Castillo is recognized for her hard and fluid style and signature “Love Warrior” character. One of the few women in the art world to step into a male dominated graffiti scene in the early 90′s and help pave the way for others. She is also a designer, and social entrepreneur.

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1966 - 2017

Honoring Pam at B-Girl Be 2017
Pam was one of the ladies on the scene we connected with through Aiko, who recognized that she was part of the movement of powerful creative women in Hip Hop. She participated in two of our events and makes appearances in the film.

The Intermedia Arts team that produced B-Girl Be festival gifted Pam with a handmade award design by local artist Katrina Knutson in 2006 for her unique contributions to the Hip hop culture as a DJ, Turntablist and woman.

We miss her dearly and wanted to honor her legacy on our site. Please visit Pam’s charity, the Purple Pam Foundation, for ways to still be involved with her legacy.

Rest in Paradise, Pam.