Barbara Kopple

filmmaker

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American film director, known primarily for her documentary work

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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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