Crowd Funding: Dr. Wright Talks with Michel Shane

Michel Shane kissed his daughter Emily goodbye for the last time in April 2010.  As she walked alongside the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, to meet him for  ride home following a sleep-over, a speeding motorist swerved off the road and struck her, killing her.

Emily became yet another victim of a road nicknamed “Blood Alley.”

Shane, an executive producer of Catch Me if You Can and I, Robot, hopes to end the senseless loss of life – in his community and others across the country – by doing what he knows best: telling the story on film. 

He has launched a Kickstarter campaign, which runs through Aug. 20, to raise the money to make a documentary on his daughters story, the dangers of the PCH and how communities across the country can help make their notorious highways a better and safe place.


Michel Shane is a filmmaker, producer and co-founder of Hand Picked Films. He’s best known as the executive producer of “Catch Me If You Can” and “I, Robot,” along with his business partner Anthony Romano. On April 3, 2010, Shane’s 13-year-old daughter Emily Rose was killed by an erratic, speeding motorist on Pacific Coast Highway, a road that has become notorious for motorist and pedestrian fatalities. Lined by homes on one side and ocean on the other, it serves a community of 13,000 but draws hundreds of thousands of motorists on holiday weekends. Recognizing that many communities have a deadly highway, Shane hopes to provide a “template for change” using his documentary as a catalyst.

Zombie Drugs ( makes money)

Dr Wright and Bee Kua on the Red Carpet

Zombie Drugs Movie Premier!

Zombie Drugs Official Theatrical Trailer from Zombie Drugs on Vimeo.

I was invited out by Beau Nelson for his new movie!
Good movie, Tons of fun!
I think Beau is actually a really good actor
He is nothing like the character!
I wish them the best on distribution and sales!

Natalie ( Main Character)

Alex Ballar (writer) Beau Nelson (Producer/Actor)

Dr. Letitia Wright Directs the Legendary Brian Tracy in His First Film Acting Role


Dr. Letitia Wright

Wright Place TV Show



Dr. Letitia Wright Directs the Legendary Brian Tracy in His First Film Acting Role

Rancho Cucamonga, CA –December 3, 2010—Ever since ‘The Secret” was released, motivational speakers have been using film as a new medium to reach their audience. The films feature motivational speakers as themselves. In Brian Tracy’ new film “The Journey Movie”, Tracy is cast as the character’s grandfather. This is Tracy’s acting debut. “It was exciting to direct Brian Tracy and watch him bring this character to life. “ says Dr. Letitia Wright the film’s director. “ By adding his personal wisdom and insights on business, we are able to teach key principles without being heavy handed.”

Based on an original story by Don Boyer, the film also features Bob Proctor, Nik Halik, Kandee G, Dr. Joe Rubino and Don Boyer as Jonathan. This is Dr. Letitia Wright’s debut as a film director. “I have been in the position of producer on films and television before and I was excited to take on this project as director. I wanted to add something new to a genre of movie which had become pedestrian. The Journey Movie takes a different approach with the mix of story telling and information and is something people will enjoy watching.”

On working with Brian Tracy, Dr. Wright says “It was a rare opportunity. I don’t think he will be doing a lot of film in the future. I am glad I got to be the one to direct his acting debut. I hope in the years to come that this will be seen as a Brian Tracy classic.”   Previews of the movie had garnered warm The Journey Movie premiers on December 9th at Cinema City Theatres in Anaheim Hills, California.   Dr. Wright is currently in pre-production for her next television series called Wright Girls Guide.

The trailer can be seen at

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