Joanna Solotaroff

Joanna Solotaroff

Independent Producer

Joanna Solotaroff is a producer based in New York, who originally comes from Minneapolis, Minnesota.


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In the 1970's, Minneapolis was Funky Town. One night, Joanna's mom met a disco guy with a body-sized freezer who took her on the worst date she ever had.

Moms Gone Wild

In the 1970's, Minneapolis was Funky Town. One night, Joanna's mom met a disco guy with a body-sized freezer who took her on the worst date she ever had.

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