What The Health?
New year. New hope for health and wellness. New transparency in big business. Well, two out of three is not bad.
Our Health is a great place to start as we transition into 2018. We all have new goals, and health considerations rank high. Yes, health costs are escalating, in tandem with an increased risk of food related diseases, but there is hope if we are willing to make some adjustments.
To borrow from the Stoics (and a shout out to Ryan Holiday ), we just have to focus our perceptions, accept what is out of our control and direct our actions in a way that can bring about solution.
SHOWCASE - HEALTH & WELLNESS
The Gluten Resolution
As we slide into final days of 2017, here’s a taste of bad news, good news to chew on. First, always, is the bad.
Gluten is bad for everyone.
Simply put, gluten is the protein found in wheat and it causes inflammation in the body, whether we feel it or not. It’s a medical fact.
Filmmaking for Change kicks off podcast!
Legal Hurdles in Making Movies: With Mark Litwak
BOOK SIGNINGS ANNOUNCED IN LOS ANGELES!
Recognizing that film is the most powerful form of social and political activism, you will learn the keys to unlock the powers of Filmmaking for Change, from story ideas to production, film festivals through distribution.
Filmmakers can broaden their audiences and create powerful learning experiences for hundreds of thousands of students who might not otherwise see a particular film. This book helps to provide resources to filmmakers looking to impact both teaching and learning in the classroom.
Joanne Ashe, founding director www.Journeysinfilm.org
We believe in the power of film to inspire social change. With this book, emerging filmmakers now have a resource to help them develop engaging stories and tools to help activate audiences around the world.
David Linde, CEO, Participant Media
UPCOMING BOOK SIGNINGS
January 16 - Pages (Manhattan Beach) 7:00 pm
January 27 - Redondo Bch Public Library 11:00 am
February 15 - Book Soup (W. Hollywood) 7:00 pm
February 24 - Hennessey & Ingalls (Downtown LA) 4-6 pm