Michel Shane didn’t envision himself as an activist, but
circumstances in life brought him to a different place. The
producer of “Catch Me If You Can” this time produced something even
closer to his heart, “21 Miles In Malibu,” and Michel joins us
today to talk about it.
The Pacific Coast Highway is a long, twisty, narrow stretch of
road, it’s beautiful but it’s also dangerous. Michel knows all too
well, because his beautiful daughter, Emily, was killed by a driver
said to be on a murder mission. She was just 12.
In this film, Michel details the history of the 21 mile road that
borders the Pacific Ocean, why it was built, and the history of the
area and land long before a road was built there. It’s fascinating
and well researched, and has gained the attention of the larger
film community. The film will be shown at the Santa Barbara Film
Festival this year.
The goal is to draw attention to how the PCH can be safer. And he
details that in his film as well. Please join us for this wonderful
conversation, and invite your friends along as well. Thanks, as
always, for tuning in. #DeborahKobyltLIVE