Lily Topples The World

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General Public:$13.00 (+ $2 online fee)
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Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:New American Visions
Documentary
Spotlight: Common Ground
Tags:Documentary
Arts
Youth
Filmmaker Intro
Comedy
Best of Fest Encores
Release Year:2021
Runtime:90 min
Country/Region:USA
Festivals & Awards:SXSW 2021 - Grand Jury Prize Documentary Feature
Language:English
Cast/Crew
Director:Jeremy Workman
Executive Producer:Kelly Marie Tran
Allen Altman
Cathie Altman
Jane Lee
Marnie Black
Scott Black
Producer:Jeremy Workman
Robert J. Lyons
Cinematographer:Michael Lisnet
Jeremy Workman
Editor:Jeremy Workman
Composer:Carly Comando

Description

Best of Fest Encores

How to Watch

Includes Introduction by Director Jeremy Workman.

Lily Havesh is a young woman with a unique passion… for assembling and toppling dominoes. Director Jeremy Workman follows Lily around the world as she created dozens of mind-bending moving sculptures. From executive producer Kelly Marie Tran comes this awe-inspiring SXSW prize-winner.

20-year-old Lily is a modern sensation, one of the world’s great domino artists, the term used to describe the dedicated and endlessly inventive people who design, build — and then topple over — elaborate domino structures. Lily’s temporary, in-motion creations, featured in can-you-top-this videos, have garnered over a billion views on her own YouTube channel, Havesh5. Shot over the course of 3 years, Lily Topples the World is a whimsical and fascinating look at a woman whose work is no mere novelty, but, potentially, a thriving business, and an inspiration for women and other young domino artists the world over. Featuring appearances by Jimmy Fallon, Katy Perry, Will Smith, Casey Neistat, and many more.


Director Biography

Jeremy Workman Born in New York City, Jeremy Workman was educated at Columbia University and is currently the creative director of Wheelhouse Creative. He is the director of the feature documentaries Who is Henry Jaglom? (1995), The Loss of Teardrop Diamond (2008), Magical Universe (2015) and The World Before Your Feet (2018).


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