Barbara Kopple

filmmaker

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American film director, known primarily for her documentary work

Barbara Kopple on KCRW

Gigi Gorgeous started out as Gregory Gorgeous, giving YouTube makeup tutorials in 2008. Then she came out as gay, then trans.

For Gigi Gorgeous, makeup tutorials turns into a 7 figure income

Gigi Gorgeous started out as Gregory Gorgeous, giving YouTube makeup tutorials in 2008. Then she came out as gay, then trans.

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Soul singer Sharon Jones and director Barbara Kopple discuss cancer and the healing power of soul music in Miss Sharon Jones!

Sharon Jones & Barbara Kopple: Miss Sharon Jones!

Soul singer Sharon Jones and director Barbara Kopple discuss cancer and the healing power of soul music in Miss Sharon Jones!

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