The Award-winning documentary A LOT LIKE YOU is the culmination of a lifetime of my personal and professional experience exploring issues of culture, identity, race, class, and gender.
Drawing upon my 10-year film journey, I am currently on the campus/conference lecture circuit. I’ve been fortunate enough to travel around the world, delivering keynotes and conducting workshops exploring the issues in my film, including gender-based violence, global mixed race/multicultural issues, cultural identity and the power of personal storytelling. These talks culminated in my 2016 TEDxSeattle talk, “Why the World Needs Your Story.”
A Lot Like You continues to be used by communities as a springboard for exploring how our stories can connect us to who we are, where we come from, and where we belong.
You can watch A LOT LIKE YOU on the following platforms (click to watch):
For speaking engagement inquiries, please contact Beth Quittman at Samara Lectures (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In 2004, I founded 9elephants productions, a company that uses art and video to bring stories of struggle, resistance and survival to a broader audience.
9elephants has produced over 80 videos for local and national non-profits working within underserved communities to address social and economic justice issues.