內容簡介 Many Faces, One Voice is a must-read companion book to the award-winning film The Anonymous People. The book shares the intimate and inspiring stories of people in recovery from addiction who have exposed their secrets to light and are fighting to erase stigma and discrimination. In exclusive interviews, celebrities, politicians, recovery leaders and advocates tell their personal stories in brutally honest and breathtaking detail, as they confront the paradox of anonymity and reveal the hope and power of recovery. Greg Williams' powerful documentary, The Anonymous People, helped change the public's view of the world of people in recovery and those who love them, opening the doors to a new understanding of the usually-hidden process of saving yourself from addiction. The new book Many Faces One Voice takes the messages of that film to the next level, with even more powerful testimony and insight from an incredible group of brave, open souls. A moving, challenging and revealing portrait of the world of recovery today--and tomorrow."--Patrick Kennedy, Former Congressman, primary sponsor of the Mental Health Parity and Addictions Equity Act, Founder, The Kennedy ForumMany Faces, One Voice is a collection of insights for individuals, families and everyone affected by America's number one health problem, and opens secrets to healing ourselves and our society.Bud Mikhitarian is an award-winning filmmaker and a producer of The Anonymous People film.Greg Williams is the director of The Anonymous People.
作者介紹 Written by Bud Mikhitarian is an award-winning writer, producer, and director in broadcast news, film documentaries and web programs. Teamed with his brother, Craig, their work has earned many honors over the years, including Emmys, Tellys, and an Academy Award nomination. Bud, Craig and director Greg Williams comprised the crew who drove throughout the country to film The Anonymous People, for which Bud served as a writer, producer and sound recordist. He also writes children's stories, loves sports and lives in Connecticut with his wife, a film and TV costume designer, and their two daughters. Foreword by Greg Williams is the director of the award-winning documentary film, The Anonymous People.