Amanda Lipp runs Lipp Studios, a small filmmaking company that specializes in short documentaries about mental health recovery.
Her empathy drives her creativity. She spent three months in a psychiatric hospital during college after experiencing psychosis. Upon discharge, she launched her film company and dedicated her life to advocacy.
Amanda has produced over 60 short films for clients around the U.S. Her creative approach is grounded in social psychology, entertainment-education, and systems change theory. She is either a one-person crew or working with a hand-picked crew.
Teens & Digital Wellness
A short series with Technology and Adolescent Mental Wellness program (TAM) led by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Pediatrics. These films showcase youth and researchers tackling the intersection of teens, tech, and wellness.Learn More
Tiny Homes for CA Camp Fire Survivors
A short documentary follows Alyssa Nolan-Cain, a local Butte County resident and single mother of three. This film aims to spark local & global awareness about Tiny Homes as an innovative, sustainable, and low-cost relief option for those in need.Learn More
Amanda has worked with
When I first heard about the tiny home building project to help California fire survivors, I signed up to volunteer[...]
Drew was studying media and film at Bronx Community College when he first experienced the symptoms. He was hearing things[...]
The Technology and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing Program (TAM), a philanthropically sponsored research initiative led by the efforts of the Social[...]
Since 2016, my filmmaking company, Lipp Studios, has been making short documentary films presenting the successful recoveries of several young[...]