Author and producer available for interviews.
CONTACT: Emma Kragen (Author) and Ken Kragen (Executive Producer) are available for interview. Contact Ken Kragen at 310-854-4400 or via E-mail at email@example.com
DETAILS: Emma Kragen, author of the holiday book "The Twelve Dogs of Christmas" is available for interview this holiday season. The book has been turned into a full-length, live-action feature. The book has sold more than 400,000 copies. Emma wrote the book on the back of a restaurant placemat at the age of seven. Now a teenager, the title song from the film will be featured on more than 100 radio stations this Christmas season.
Ms. Kragen is the daughter of superstar manager and educator Ken Kragen. Ken has been Involved with the careers of many major stars (Kenny Rogers, Lionel Richie, Olivia Newton-John, Travis Tritt, Trisha Yearwood, The Bee Gees and many others). He also had a great time producing television shows and films as well as big events such as “We Are The World,” “Hands Across America” and parts of “LiveAid.”
Kragen said "Few things have ever been as close to my heart or as important to me as the November 1st release of the movie “The 12 Dogs Of Christmas” on DVD. Visit www.12dogsofchristmas.com, to view the movie trailer and all sorts of fun things. You can see Emma's documentary, read Ken's daily production diary and much more. The DVD is available everywhere 11-1-05, especially on-line and in 3400 Wal*Mart stores.
“The 12 Dogs Of Christmas” Is a movie for the whole family that was made by two families, the Kragens and the Merrills. Academy Award winning writer/director Keith Merrill has give this project a beautiful look and it’s a very special story for the holiday season. This film has a lot of love in it. Interestingly the same young men who did “Napoleon Dynamite” produced it but other than their mutual low budgets there is little similarity between the two movies.
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