Amanda Lipitz

Director, documentaries “Step” and “Found”

Director of documentaries “Step” and “Found”

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The new Netflix documentary “Found” follows the unique friendship of teenagers Chloe, Lily and Sadie.

‘Found’: An emotional film about adopted cousins reconnecting. Here’s how the filmmakers managed to shoot in China

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