One of the ways the world can change for the better, is to elevate the consciousness
of socially significant films—something our winner of the
“Making a Positive Difference” Award, has taken to new heights.
Actress, singer, journalist and producer, Kat Kramer, founded Kat Kramer’s Films
That Change the World to showcase motion pictures that raise awareness about important
social issues. In doing so, she is following the path of her late father, the legendary
producer/director Stanley Kramer, who was known for taking artistic and
financial chances by making movies about controversial subjects.
Recently, Kat celebrated her film series’ fifth anniversary by presenting a one night
only screening of the North American Premiere of FALLOUT, the critically acclaimed
documentary film about Nuclear Holocaust. FALLOUT explores the mythology and
reality of international bestselling novelist’s, Nevil Shute’s On The Beach and Stanley
Kramer’s film adaptation of the novel, which was filmed in Melbourne, Australia in
1959, starring Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner.
Previous selections in Kat’s screening series have included; Teach Your Children
Well, which deals with the growing problem of bullying in schools; The Cove, the
Academy Award-winning documentary film that exposed the slaughter of dolphins
in Japan; Elephants and Man: A Litany of Tragedy, concerning the suffering of elephants
in captivity; and Barbra Streisand’s Yentl, which focused attention on
women’s equality.
Palm Springs will be graced with a preview of Kat’s new one woman show “My
Duet with Mick,” on the weekend of March 22nd at the Azul Tapas Lounge at 369
North Palm Canyon Drive. This star-studded weekend also includes Lily Tomlin’s
performance at the McCallum Theater on March 21st. On that same weekend, Stanley
Kramer will be honored posthumously with a star on the Walk of Stars in front of
Azul Tapas Lounge.
Kat forges her own truly amazing path while following in her late father’s footsteps – a path of social
consciousness. She is an inspiration and a motivator for each of us to
contribute something that makes the world better for all.
Stanley Kramer and the late Katharine Hepburn, Kat’s godmother,
for whom she was named, would indeed be proud. a

Kat Kramer can be reached at: www.katkramersfilmsthatchangetheworld.com


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