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SF 360: Amanda Micheli and her wonder women

By Indiewire | Indiewire April 2, 2007 at 9:55AM

When Bay Area filmmaker Amanda Micheli approaches you can see that she is an athlete. She is sure of herself. She has a magnetic smile, great stories and has steadily built an impressive history of documentary and commercial filmmaking work. Her student thesis at Harvard won a Student Academy Award, and her feature length directorial debut "Double Dare" has screened worldwide, including at the San Francisco International Film Festival (2004). She shot and produced "Cat Dancers," which just premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, where it won a Special Jury Prize. And, most recently, she has been to Colombia where she documented a beauty pageant taking place in a Bogota women's prison. This newest project currently entitled "El Reinado," is being co-directed with her old friend Isabel Vega. SF360 sat down with her for lessons in documentary and rugby lingo. Sean Uyehara reports.
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When Bay Area filmmaker Amanda Micheli approaches you can see that she is an athlete. She is sure of herself. She has a magnetic smile, great stories and has steadily built an impressive history of documentary and commercial filmmaking work. Her student thesis at Harvard won a Student Academy Award, and her feature length directorial debut "Double Dare" has screened worldwide, including at the San Francisco International Film Festival (2004). She shot and produced "Cat Dancers," which just premiered at the SXSW Film Festival, where it won a Special Jury Prize. And, most recently, she has been to Colombia where she documented a beauty pageant taking place in a Bogota women's prison. This newest project currently entitled "El Reinado," is being co-directed with her old friend Isabel Vega. SF360 sat down with her for lessons in documentary and rugby lingo. Sean Uyehara reports.







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