The green set of the environmentally conscious film “World’s Littlest Brat” will be getting a bit cleaner, thanks to a donation from Begley’s Best, an all natural cleaning product developed by actor and environmental activist Ed Begley, Jr.
“This is a great gift. We’re very happy to have Mr. Begley on board,” said director Kathy Kolla, of Cola Kat Productions in Los Angeles, on Mr. Begley’s contribution.
Kathy Kolla – Photo via vegnews.com
The feature length comedy focuses on a lovable vegan outcast who stays true to his green ideals despite his negative surroundings.
Another company that has partnered with Cola Kat, GT’s Kombucha, makers of Synergy Drinks, is taking their commitment once step further. GT Dave, founder of Millennium Products and Synergy Drinks, has agreed to take a part alongside his Kombucha beverages and appear in the film.
“All this support is fantastic. The more we all work together, the bigger impact we can have on the global community,” said Kolla.
In addition, Cola Kat is selling vegan chocolate truffles as a tie-in with the film, at various Los Angeles locations.
Additional companies that have donated their healthy-living products include, Amy’s Organic Kitchen, Glacia Icebox, Eco-Products compostables and Mrs. May’s snackfoods.
This is the second film for Kolla, who began her career as an actress, appearing on such shows as Arrested Development. Her first film, a short comedy about a woman taking control of her chaotic life, was well received throughout the international film festival circuit. To date it has won awards for both “Short Film” and “Direction” at the Accolade Film Awards, “Audience Choice” at the Flint Film Festival in Flint, Mich., and “Best First Film” at the International Film Festival South Africa.
Kolla will be available for interviews and photo opportunities beginning March 15th, 2010.
Contact: Drew Milford, Publicist
Learn more about Vegan Director Kathy Kolla