Then, with director/producer James Keach, producer Eric Carlson, Augie Nieto and Lynne Nieto.
Augie Nieto is known as the Steve jobs of the fitness industry and is promoting LifeCycle in fitness rooms across the country from the founder of LifeFitness. When he was 47, he was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in 2005. The documentary explores the journey of his wife, Lynne, and his wife, Lynne, to deal with this life-changing disease, as they seek treatment in the battle to save lives… And millions of lives. Augie’s survival will and his continuing efforts to seek treatment for ALS have raised more than $60 million through his Augie’s Quest foundation for ALS research.
Augie Nieto said: “this is Lynne, I hope that through our story put in there, we can touch others are going through difficult times, improve the understanding of effective treatment and important capital, and eventually cure for ALS.”
Augie will be released in limited cinemas by PCH Films. Q&A was immediately followed by Pete Hammond/producer James Keach, producer Eric Carlson, Augie Nieto and Lynne Nieto.
Deadline.com is the official media sponsor of the KCET series spring competition. The series runs from February 20 to April 10. The film was shown at 7 p.m. in Sherman Oaks’s Arclight Cinemas (15301 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403). There is a parking lot nearby.
Punk rock saved my life. The words pop up again and again in stacey russo’s new book, “we want to change the world: from the 80 s and 1970 s of the southern California punk rock scene, with women talk” the performance of echo fans.
“There’s no punk rock, I’m going to die,” explains Burbank resident Tammy Talbot, who sings with the band Nature Core and appeared in Los Angeles county and orange county in the 1980s. “It is true. It saved my life. I take it very seriously. ”
By Santa monica press published in August 2017, “we need to change the world” by experienced these women’s eyes look at the power of the punk and commitment – show SoCal scene as a community source power and empowerment, self discovery and social change.
“There is a strong desire for women’s stories,” said Russia, whose previous work included “life as activism: June Jordan’s work from progress”. (she plans to publish “love activism,” directing “radical philanthropy,” in the spring.)