Steve Lippman

Steve Lippman aka FLIP has directed music short films/videos/documentaries for David Bowie, Laurie Anderson, Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, Esperanza Spalding, Jorge Drexler, Joe Henry,  Carly Simon, Bette Midler, and more. His work has screened at film festivals worldwide including Cannes, London, Berlin, Tribeca, and Denver. Imagery from his music films has been featured in major concert tours for David Bowie, Rosanne Cash and Dolly Parton. Flip directed Behind the Lid, a feature-length film version of the acclaimed theatrical experience co-created by avant-garde playwright/performer Lee Nagrin and master puppeteer/performer Basil Twist. The film premiered at BAM. He resides in Brooklyn and works globally.

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I'm writing for @Talkhouse about 70s films that left imprints on me then & now. First up #KenRussell #TheBoyFriend https://t.co/Yo294CYpwr

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Talks

Getting High on Movie-Musical Iconography with Ken Russell’s The Boy Friend

By Steve Lippman | March 24, 2017

Getting High on Movie-Musical Iconography with Ken Russell’s The Boy Friend

With Russell's 1971 musical newly out on Blu-ray, Steve Lippman makes a case for the film being an underappreciated classic.

Video: She Persisted by Steve Lippman

By Steve Lippman | February 14, 2017

Video: She Persisted by Steve Lippman

Women including Rosanne Cash, Carly Simon and Bridget Everett read Coretta Scott King's letter on Jeff Sessions in solidarity with Elizabeth Warren.

Doors Opening: Making Reality with David Bowie

By Steve Lippman | January 10, 2017

Doors Opening: Making Reality with David Bowie

On the first anniversary of Bowie's death, Steven Lippman opens up his 2003 diaries to recall an indelible creative collaboration with the singer.