Andre Gaines, a producer, writer, director and the founder of Cinemation Studios, discusses why the four-part docuseries, “The Lady and the Dale,” which is currently airing on HBO / HBO Max. It tells the complicated story of entrepreneur G. Elizabeth “Liz” Carmichael, who sparked a new creative innovation in the automotive industry and broke down barriers for the transgender community in the 1970s.

Filmmaker Andre Gaines discusses true story behind ‘The Lady and the Dale’

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