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HILTZ SQUARED MEDIA GROUP acquires AUSTIM IN AMERICA, narrated by Chandra Wilson.
As most us know, autism is one of the most fastest growing serious developmental disabilities in the United States. Current statistics now say about 1 in 88 children are diagnosed and 54 of them are boys; making the diagnosis 5 times more likely for males. However, most Americans still have little to absolutely no idea what autism actually means.
Director and writer Zac Adams has created an emotionally eye opening film that attempts to answer just that question. Autism can be defined in many ways but the common characteristics are the challenges in social and communication areas. He complies personal stories from families and professionals who are effected by autism on a daily basis.
Chandra Wilson is the powerful voice behind the narration throughout the entire film. She may be better known as Dr. Miranda Bailey in the very popular ABC television show Grey’s Anatomy. Wilson carries the audience as they discover the faces and the people behind the autism.
Hiltz Squared Media acquires the Midsouth EMMY award winner HUNGER IN AMERICA, narrated by James Denton.
A powerful documentary tackling the hunger epidemic in America. Narrated by James Denton.
What does the face of hunger look like?
Is it a child in Ethiopia? An aging man in Somalia? Or a family in poverty-stricken India?
This eye-opening documentary will change your whole perception on what hunger looks like.
In America today, one in six people, including hard-working men and women, suburban families and children are struggling with hunger.Tonight, over 50 million Americans won’t have enough food to eat by day’s end.
The face of hunger in America is not just the homeless, like everyone thinks. As it turns out, the face of hunger in America is the single mom, it’s grandparents raising babies, it’s the elderly, it’s the infirm.
After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, real lifesuper hero and modern day Forrest Gump, Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea. He wanted to accomplish the impossible: run 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring attention to the incredibly difficult lives of single-parent families. He ran in spite of freezing rain and unbearable heat, in spite of chest pains and bone fractures that wracked his 57-year-old body. He just kept running - each day, every day - strengthening an unbreakable bond between father and son--- not stopping until he broke the finish line tape in Atlanta. MY RUN is more than a film about a guy running multiple marathons; it's a film about the daily marathons we all run in life.