Monica speaks to Director Michael Galinsky and Co-Director Suki Galinsky about their explosive documentary All The Rage. A wonderful and candid conversation about the state of health care and society norms or discomfort with new ideas.
ALL THE RAGE, a new documentary, explores the connection between emotions and health, by chronicling the work of renowned physician Dr. John Sarno and his radical methods of treating chronic pain, the greatest crisis in American healthcare system.
THIS DOCTOR HAS TREATED LARRY DAVID, HOWARD STERN, AND THOUSANDS OF OTHERS; HIS BOOKS HAVE BEEN READ BY MILLIONS.
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS: An award-winning independent film studio, RUMUR collaborates with high profile clients like HBO, A&E, ESPN, MSNBC, DIRECTV, PBS, and to create critically acclaimed, documentary films. Their work has been shortlisted for the Academy Awards and screened at the top film festivals around the world. As the lines between film, television, and the web continue to blend together, RUMUR integrates its productions across multiple platforms, starting at the early development stages through final product and distribution.
RUMUR is a collaborative between partners Michael Galinsky, Suki Hawley and David Beilinson that has produced seven feature length films and documentaries, two of which were short-listed for the Academy Award. Their first doc “Horns and Halos” was shortlisted in 2003, and it went on to win numerous awards. In 2011, Their feature Battle for Brooklyn was shortlisted for the Oscar. In 2013, Michael received a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship. The 2015 special, “The Sweat Solution”, chronicling the origin of Gatorade, is part of ESPN’s acclaimed 30 for 30 series. Their latest film Who Took Johnny, about the first missing child on a milk carton, is currently airing on Netflix. They are currently in production on several feature docs.
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