Nitrous Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the KACF


Nitrous Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the KACF

10 Apr 2019


During her treatments in the early ‘90s, Kristen, her family, and everyone other person fighting the same battle quickly realized their treatment options were extremely limited, due to the rarity of this type of cancer. Kristen’s wish, even if she was not around to see it, was to change this.

Soon after Kristen’s passing at the young age of 21 in 1993, The Kristen Ann Carr Fund was established to help fund research against the disease and improve the general quality of life for these patients and their families, going through a very difficult time.

When Nitrous’ own writer/producer Mark Cerulli informed us of his involvement with the organization, we immediately thought “what could we do to help?” Dating back to 2001 our team has been donating our time to produce video content illustrating progress, new developments, and celebrating the magnetic, kind-hearted nature of Kristen Carr.

This year we are proud and as always, humbled to present The 20th Anniversary film, “A Night to Remember: The KACF at 20” produced and directed by Mark Cerulli and edited and graded by Nitrous owner Paul C. Rosen. The film was premiered at the Tribeca Grill Saturday, April 20th, and will continue to spread hope and rally support on the battle against sarcoma, just as Kristen wished.

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