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OUR MISSION 
girltalk. is a diverse team of girls focused on individuality, empowerment, and creativity surrounding issues in girlhood. We value friendship, unity, and vision. This idea came from a short film we made, and came together with a bunch of motivated girls to create a movement that will touch on different films, fashion, culture, society, and more. All artwork is original by the girls at girltalk. 

We also made a little video that talks about our mission too!
Watch it here: ABOUT US

THE BEGINNING 

girltalk. started out as a series of 3 short films made for a film production class at San Francisco State University. Three of our founders (Savanna, Sydney, and Maddy) connected and formed a beautiful bond over our experiences and decided to branch out and start a blog.  

CHECK OUT THE FILMS THAT STARTED IT ALL: 
- girltalk. - MADDY 

- girltalk. - CLEO 

- girltalk. - GITANJALI 

OUR ADMINISTRATORS

Savanna Morales: founder; a senior film student interested in cinematography. She's obsesssssssssed with her pet chihuahua (shoutout Nala) and kpop!
twitter: @lilnaoki instagram: @_kotoko

Sydney Redd: founder; a senior film student interested in writing and producing. She actually believes Rashida Jones is her long lost mother (sorry mom). 
twitter: @sydney_redd instagram: @sydneyredd17

Maddy Graves: founder & artistic director; a junior film & photojournalism student interested in art and photography. She has a rad pin collection and you'll most likely see her photographing any concert you've ever been to. 
twitter: @toofarmaddy instagram: @mad.graves

Tess Denham: public relations; a sophomore film & marketing student interested in editing. She aspires to one day become the Queen of England or Kate Middleton. She'll take either. 
twitter & instagram: @denhamtess

Courtney Graves: secretary; a senior film student interested in cinematography. She drinks coffee like its water. And no, she does not have a problem. 
twitter: @courttttneyyyyy instagram: @courttttneyyy

Riley Olson: administrative director; a junior film student interested in producing and directing. He's FAAAAAAAANTASTIC! 
twitter & instagram: rileyolson97


We're currently open for submissions! If you would like to submit your work to our website or instagram, please email us at girltalk.founders@gmail.com or girltalk.publicrelations@gmail.com 


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