The Amplify Her Purple Carpet TourAmplify Her is on tour starting November 2017, featuring film screenings, festivals, music shows, talks and workshops. Learn about events in your city and get tickets early! Events will sell out fast.
Blondtron is an outspoken, openly sexual music producer who crafted her latest track, ‘Set Your Pussy Free’ as an anthem for empowering women. Yet as she transitions into an entrepreneur launching her own tech company, her raunchy antics prevent her from being taken seriously.
AppleCat is a sharp-witted DJ with heart, struggling to make ends meet – raising her young daughter by day and occasionally gigging as an online ‘camgirl’ at night. Her gift lies in creating soundscapes that allow others to release their sexual shame, yet to truly succeed, she must first forgive herself.
On the heels of beating a mysterious decade-long illness, Lux Moderna channels her healing mantras into her music, creating spaces of shamanic transformation on the dance floor. Yet her biggest challenge awaits her: stepping out from behind the decks and performing as a center-stage priestess.
Amplify HER explores these rising stars and more as they come-of-age amidst the emerging cultural renaissance of the feminine.
Coming Fall 2017
Amplify Her: Film Screening & Dance Party with DJ Cacadora
We’re stoked to offer this special screening of the locally produced film AMPLIFY HER, showcasing the rise of women in electronic music. Co-director Ian MacKenzie will be in attendance to introduce the film and facilitate a discussion afterward. After the screening, we’ll dance to the music of DJ CACADORA.
CreditsDirected by IAN MACKENZIE and NICOLE SOROCHAN
Produced by NICOLE SOROCHAN and ERIN SKILLEN
Written by TRACEY FRIESEN Editing by IAN MACKENZIE
Additional Writing by IAN MACKENZIE and NICOLE SOROCHAN
Starring LUX MODERNA, APPLECAT and BLONDTRON Featuring WALA, A Hundred Drums, Kytami, CloZee, Dubvirus and Ill-gates
Executive Producer Nicole Sorochan Music by David Parfit and Chloé Herry
Cinematography by Ian Mackenzie, Jan Vozenilek and Nicole Sorochan
Ian MacKenzieDirector, Editor, DOP
Ian MacKenzie is an award-winning filmmaker & media activist based in the Pacific Northwest of Turtle Island (aka Vancouver). His work has appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic TV, CBC Documentary, The Globe and Mail, Adbusters, and film festivals around the world. His focus covers a range of diverse topics & subjects, though all fall under his mission of uncovering and amplifying stories of the emerging paradigm.Go to persons page
Nicole SorochanDirector, Producer, Executive Producer
Amplify Her is Nicole's feature film directorial debut. As an experienced impact producer and cross-platform director, Nicole's recent credits include: North Through South”, a story-driven website to launch alongside Nettie Wild’s film KONELINE:our land beautiful (2016); and “The Genius of Caring” a web experience for caretakers of Alzheimer patients, premiering alongside the PBS release of the film or THE GENIUS OF MARIAN (2013) by San Francisco based Banker White. Nicole also co-owns One Net Inc., an award winning creative agency based in Victoria, BC where she is the Creative Director.Go to persons page
Erin thrives on the creative process of shaping meaningful and entertaining content, invigorated by the challenge to find the right people and the funding to create it. She also loves the dorky, paperwork-loving side of production and seriously gets a buzz doing budgets. She’s aware how strange that is. Prior to joining theTen One team, Erin was the Vice President at May Street Productions. Her roles included Producer, Writer, Director, Host and Business Affairs nerd for several socially-conscious TV documentary specials and series for Discovery, W Network, CBC, APTN and many more.Go to persons page
Tracey Friesen is a media strategist, committed to supporting storytellers and social innovators in the creation of impactful content. Formerly an Executive Producer of the National Film Board of Canada’s studio in Vancouver, her credits include ScaredSacred, Carts of Darkness and Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie. Tracey spent three years on the board of Women in Film & Television Vancouver - serving one term as president - and was honoured with their 2013 Woman of the Year Award.Go to persons page