Push Girls Makes An Impact at CinemAbility Premiere in Hollywood!By Pamela Price | August 5, 2013 | Entertainment
Our Palm Springs correspondent Pamela Price headed to Hollywood for the premiere of CimenAbility, where she caught up with the stars of hit reality series Push Girls.
With their critically-acclaimed reality show on Sundance Channel in full force for its second season, it was no surprise to see the stars of Push Girls wheeling their way down the red carpet of the movie premiere.
CimenAbility is a moving (on wheel chairs most of the time) documentary that delves into images of the disabled on film with countless clips ranging from The Wizard of Oz to Born on the Fourth of July.
Tiphany Adams had Tinseltown’s favorite furry accessory, her soon-to-be official service dog Traver in tow. In true outrageous style, Tiphany declared, “I have 26-inch rims on the sides of my ass!”
The rest of the cast — Angela Rockwood, Auti Angel and Mia Schaikewitz — tripped the lights fantastic with their attitude, simply stating, “If you can’t stand up, stand out!”
CinemAbility‘s groundbreaking narrative offers up poignant interviews with Jamie Foxx (commenting on his role Academy award-winning role as Ray Charles), Marlee Matlin, Beau Bridges, Gary Sinise, Jane Seymour and William H. Macy. Produced by Jenni Gold (GoldPictures.com), CinemAbility takes a giant step forward by changing the way the world views disabilities, not as a setback but as a promise of what the future holds.
Push Girls‘ four extraordinary stars help defy the stereotypes that have malingered over the years. The series gives hope and inspiration, opens new roads for the disabled, and serves up a few laughs to ponder.
Catch Push Girls Mondays at 10 p.m. on Sundance Channel.
photo credit: Alan Lechtman