Summer ends with wave of positive worldwide press coverage
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As “On Beauty” traveled from Los Angeles to New York and cities in between, press around the world praised the film, people and movement.
A recent broadcast featured Rick Guidotti and Margaret Breed in a segment on CBS Evening News.
One of the first reviews came from Matt Fagerholm at RogerEbert.com who called the film “a masterful example of how cinema can serve as a humanizing force in the world.”
The Weekly Flicker featured Rick and his photos in a blog post about how he transitioned from photographing high fashion models to founding Positive Exposure.
It was a dream come true for Sarah Kanney who was interviewed by Cosmopolitan. She told the fashion publication, “I am beautiful, and I need to start believing it. It doesn’t matter who looks at me funny or who tells me that I’m not beautiful because I am.”
Jayne Waithera attended a town hall with President Obama as part of the 2015 Nelson Mandela Washington Fellowship. The president gave a moving response to Jayne’s question about violence against people with albinism in Eastern Africa.
Dozens of other publications covered the film, the film’s stars and the movement including:
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