Ann Hedreen is a filmmaker, writer and occasional media relations advisor specializing in social and environmental issues. Her career has spanned print journalism, local and network television news and documentary production (including several projects with her husband, Rustin Thompson) and a wide range of public affairs assignments, ranging from working with Resource Media as a media advisor to environmental groups during the WTO talks in Seattle to two years with the Seattle Art Museum. Her list of awards includes three Emmys and a Telly. She is also a writer of fiction and essays. Ann is a graduate of Wellesley College. She began her career at City News Bureau of Chicago and United Press International. (09/09)
Quick Brown Fox: An Alzheimer's Story
A film by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, 2004, 57 min., Color
Who are you if you canít remember who you are? Ann Hedreenís mother started showing symptoms of Alzheimerís disease at the barely-old age of 60. Thoug...