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Amanda Spain has been producing and directing feature documentaries and television for over 15 years. In 2013, she founded Giving Voice Films, a company dedicated to producing compelling documentaries for both the large and small screen. Most recently Amanda produced Bathtubs Over Broadway (directed by Dava Whisenant) which premiered at Tribeca 2018. Alongside Sandra Alvarez she is currently directing An All American Affair: The True Story of Maxene Andrews. She previously produced and directed two short documentaries for ESPN's acclaimed 30 FOR 30 series: Wrestling the Curse and Son of South Sudan. She also produced and directed In Their Boots (executive produced by Robert Greenwald), which was nominated for an IDA award in the Limited Series category. Amanda’s forthcoming credits as producer include a documentary for Blumhouse TV about the youth led movement to end gun violence, and Jesse Krimes (directed By Alysa Nahmias). Amanda's other work has appeared on A&E, PBS, MTV, HLN and The Sundance Channel and her films have been accepted into festivals across the country. She was a 2016-2017 Sundance Creative Producing Fellow.