ATB comes to LA!

PLEASE HELP US BY FORWARDING THIS
to anyone you think might be interested in our film’s message. Los Angeles is a key market and we really need your support. The national press has really jumped on board to help us promote the film and if you send this to EVERYONE that you know and stress to them the importance of coming out to see the film THIS WEEKEND, I believe we can reverse the damage that was done by a couple of industry evil do’ers in NY. The theaters where we’re opening this Friday in L.A. are listed below.

Also we open in San Diego and San Francisco on Friday August 29th. Then we open in Dallas and Portland on September 5th. The theaters for these cities are listed on our website: www.americathebeautifuldoc.com

I will send you a full update of what ended up happening in NY and what happens in Los Angeles this weekend.

Here is some of the press that we’ve gotten recently:

ABC News in Los Angeles (Last night):

ABC News

CNN News (Last week):

CNN News

Good Morning America Now ( 2 weeks ago):

Good Morning America Now

The Today Show ( 3 weeks ago):

The Today Show

Quick story. The last day that I was in New York a woman walked up to me and said she was an executive from MTV. I wasn’t really in the mood for confrontation so my attitude was just sue me. But she wasn’t there to sue me. She said she was there to let me know that MTV is aware of the damage that they’ve done to young girls and they’ve put some programs in place to help them. The woman then proceeded to show me some social programs that MTV had started to help with girls self-esteem. I was blown away! She told me that she’d like to see what MTV could do to help me with the film.

Then Glamour Magazine and 17 Magazine posted a blog on their website saying that the film was awesome. Just goes to show you, there are always some good crusaders in every industry willing to make a difference.

I never in a million years expected this kind of support. Los Angeles will be interesting. We had a premiere last night and it seems that Los Angeles in going to come out in full force to support the film. I will update you with pictures from the premiere last night. It was awesome!

I also heard that some stringer (not a main critic) for the Los Angeles Times is probably going to dig into us in this Friday’s LA Times. But we’re ready for him this time. The Monte Nido Treatment Center and 38 other organizations have put together a grass roots campaign to come out and support the film that should send the guy back to where he belongs. Internet ettiquette precludes me from saying where that is.

I’ll be doing a Q&A at the Laemmle Sunset 5 with some of the people featured in the film on Friday August 22nd at the 7 and 9pm shows. Join us!

3 Comment(s)

  1. This movie was the best movie ever. I wished it would of played in every movie theatre in Texas. This move showed us how America is, when I finished watching I thought people are really rude and cruel. I love watching this movie and it helped me more on my research paper.

    jasmine | Nov 18, 2008 | Reply

  2. This movie was the best movie ever. I wished it would of played in every movie theatre in Texas. This move showed us how America is, when I finished watching I thought people are really rude and cruel. I love watching this movie and it helped me more on my research paper.

    jasmine | Nov 18, 2008 | Reply

  3. Darryl:BR/Saw the film at the Fargo Theater with my wife and it was truly great. As an acting coach I find that most women are so concerned with their looks that they can not get into a character. There are many different types in the world and they are needed to bring reality to a film, play, television program. Be yourself and find your self worth and life will be great.BR/BR/Martin JonasonBR/the Acting Studio

    Martin | Feb 12, 2009 | Reply

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