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The Movies That Made Her...But Not Me

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The Movies That Made Her...But Not Me is an entertaining look at how generational perspectives affect how we interpret and enjoy movies. Lauren and Minnah's shared love of movies is contagious, even when they don't agree. 



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Minnah Stein

Minnah graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University (FSU) with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and Digital Media and minors in Film Studies and Business. She was selected to attend the FSU Documentary Filmmaking program in London where she produced, directed, and edited the documentary short, Behind the Stage Door. Minnah was also invited to participate in the FSU Honors Thesis program. Her published thesis is titled Representation of Jews in the Media: An Analysis of Old Hollywood Stereotypes Perpetuated in Modern Television.

Minnah is currently a staff writer for Film Cred. She was also a staff writer for Her Campus for three years as well as a guest writer for Ms., Our Bodies Ourselves, MTV, Women’s Media Center, and Women’s ENews; to name a few. Minnah is also a production assistant at Lloyd Entertainment.

In 2014 she founded the EMPOWERU initiative that was adopted by her county’s public schools to educate K-12 students about Title IX. Today, she continues her activism through content creation for the national nonprofit Stop Sexual Assault in Schools.

Lauren Lloyd

Lauren has been a Hollywood power broker for over 35 years. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Directing. Early in her career, Lauren was the director of Shakespeare & Co., the American division of the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Co. in England.

Over the years, she has cast and discovered many now household names in movies. Films in which Lauren has been involved have grossed over $1.4 billion in box-office receipts.


Lauren ran her own production company for 10 years before moving on to hold the position of Executive Vice President at Hollywood Pictures for three years before moving on to Tristar Sony Pictures Entertainment. Lauren has worked on films with a virtual “who’s who” in Hollywood.

Lauren was also a founding member of Eve Ensler’s V-Day movement and The Vagina Monologues. She initially funded this movement, which today has raised over 60 million dollars to fight violence against women.

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