Annie Spiczak and Travis Angry Meeting at Barnes & Noble for Movie Production Collaboration for the ANGRY AT LIFE Movie Project.
Annie Spiczak and Travis Angry signing their contractual agreements, officially making Annie the Screenwriter and Co-Producer for the ANGRY AT LIFE film production.
Director David Nixon and Travis Angry meeting at DNP Studios in Orlando, FL to discuss the life story of Travis Angry being produced into a Major Motion Picture.
Annie Spiczak receiving the Best Screenplay Award at the LA Femme International Film Festival for her phenomenal screenplay, “The Blue Eye Trilogy.”
Travis Angry visiting staff members at DNP Studios In Orlando, FL.
CHANGE: If I Can, You Can®
This the detailed story of a man destined for as much turmoil as life can provide. Travis created his identity through childhood rebellion, dropping out of school, being in the military, fighting cancer, marrying, divorcing, raising children as a single father, obtaining a college degree, writing a memoir, and working as a professional speaker. Today, through his speaking and nationwide project, this story is at the heart of his mission: helping youth to overcome adversity and use hope as a tool for positive change. The Change Youth Project and book also address how parents and educators can serve as an important catalyst for creating a life of success.
As Travis states, “When our youth succeed at home, the community succeeds. When the community succeeds, then the city succeeds. When the city succeeds, the nation succeeds.”
Soon to be a major motion picture! Click the IMDB logo for updates!
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I Came to Win!®
“I Came to WIN is the story of a man who overcame numerous obstacles in his battle with lymphoma, a disease he was eventually diagnosed with 14 years ago after suffering multiple mysterious symptoms while in Iraq. Finally receiving the correct diagnosis while stationed overseas in Japan, the real war began for Angry. Fighting every step of the way with the Veterans Administration, he ultimately triumphed by receiving approval for life-saving medical procedures at MD Anderson Cancer Center. The stem cell transplant gives him a new lease on life and he looks forward to the future with the confidence of a winner. The journey is hard, but the drive to WIN gives him the hope he needs to WIN for each new round with lymphoma. In the end, he wins, but not without grappling with challenges
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Fighting to Serve®
Fighting to Serve is the first in a series of powerful books by Travis Angry designed to support his greater mission of helping youth and adults choose better lives for themselves. Look for the next book in his series, Fighting to Serve, coming soon.
There is an epidemic facing our society. Our youth are struggling like never before. You see it in our schools through increased drop-out rates and teen pregnancy, with substance use and abuse, low self-esteem, lack of discipline, bullying. The list goes on and on. Travis has a message for our young people, one that is powerful because he has walked in their shoes. Travis made a number of wrong choices, dropped out of high school and associated with the wrong crowd before finally finding his way to discipline and success in the US Navy.
After proudly serving his country, he returned to fight an even bigger enemy when he was diagnosed with cancer. He went on to graduate with his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Phoenix, a second enlistment in the Army, and is raising two beautiful children – and even faced another fight against cancer. This is a man who knows you must find the strength within. Travis published his book, Change: If I can, You Can®, in January of 2014 and is a sought after youth motivational speaker. His passion is to help youth understand that anything is possible and to use the lessons of his life to inspire them to press forward.