USA | Documentary | 2017 | 91 min.
Director: Barbara Kopple
Additional Credits: Producers: Jen Ackerman, David Cassidy, Maureen Dougherty, Scott Fisher, Megan Kapler, and Barbara Kopple, Editors: Michael Culyba, Anne Fratto, and Hemal Trivedi, Cinematographer: Gary Griffin
Are there limits to your love for your family? One family's acceptance is tested when a champion diver, destined for the Olympics, announces they're transitioning from male to female and invites their YouTube followers along for every moment. It's a story about unconditional love and finding the courage to be yourself. "This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous," chronicles the transition of Gregory Gorgeous, the young YouTube star, famous for his make up tutorials and online presence, to Gigi Gorgeous, an upcoming model and personality. The film takes you behind the scenes on Gigi and her family as they navigate this new world.
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Barbara Kopple is a two-time Academy Award winning filmmaker. A director and producer of documentaries and narrative films, her most recent project is the documentary This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Barbara produced and directed Harlan County USA and American Dream, both winners of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Her other films include Miss Sharon Jones!, Running From Crazy, The House of Steinbrenner, Woodstock: Now and Then, Shut Up and Sing, Havoc, A Conversation with Gregory Peck, My Generation, Wild Man Blues, Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson, and many more.
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