She expanded her role and tackled the role the emerging trend of self-distribution and ultimately social media outreach; Olson was the driving force in leading Tapped on a groundbreaking grass-roots tour to reach the masses. All issues cross the dinner plate; the quality of the food our kids are eating is downright criminal and our health statistics support that. We need a film that tells the truth and empowers the consumer to protect their children. WGI has investments in dozens of digital media and Internet companies. Atlas Films announced today the start of production for The Big Picture, a feature-length documentary that examines the causes and impact of the childhood obesity epidemic. Stephanie Soechtig award-winning documentary Tapped will produce and direct the project.
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She lives in New York with her two daughters. Atlas Films announced today the start of production for The Big Picture, a feature-length documentary that examines the causes and impact of the childhood obesity epidemic. Sarah Olson has been developing, producing, and managing documentary projects for television and film for the last ten years. Her most recent book, The Family Dinner: A group of children will provide additional narration though personal video diaries, sharing their own stories of living with obesity. Stephanie joined forces with Michael and Michelle Walrath in to start Atlas Films with the goal of creating films that educate and inspire. One in three American kids is considered overweight or obese.