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Kickass Katie Lee

Environment, Women , Short Film
Beth and George Gage
10 minutes

Accolades

Official Selection
Telluride Mountainfilm
Denver Int'l Film Festival
Crested Butte Film Festival

Synopsis

Cussing like the cowboys she learned from, “Kickass Katie Lee” celebrates 97 year-old singer, songwriter, actress, and activist, Katie Lee. After abandoning a Hollywood career, she immersed herself in her true passion: floating, exploring, and singing on the Colorado River. When the idea of damming Glen Canyon was first floated, she opposed it. She is, and will always be, Glen Canyon Dam’s eternal, immutable warrior and foe. At 59, back-packing around the world, Katie met Joey. Since then he’s supported her every day, in every way. With humor, anger, and passion, “Kickass Katie Lee” skims highlights of a life well-lived.

Directors

Beth and George Gage, as Gage & Gage Productions, create compelling personal films that inspire viewers, initiate dialogues and prompt action on provocative issues. Concentrating on environment and social justice, they co-produce and co-direct films on subjects underrepresented in the current media.

Beth creates the story; George is responsible for the films’ cinematography. Their films have won dozens of awards at national and international film festivals and have been highly acclaimed by film reviewers. They have been distributed theatrically, on television, educationally, and for consumer streaming and DVD.

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