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Nicole Block, Instructor at The Art Institute of Hollywood, works on "Breaking Point" Show

By: The Art Institutes

May 19, 2015

(Hollywood, May 2015)  Nicole Block, the Digital Cinema and Video Production Instructor at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood, a campus of Argosy University, is working on a true-crime docu-series titled "Breaking Point".  The final three episodes aired on Thursday, May 14 and also shown on Thursday, May 21 on the Investigation Discovery (ID) network.

From the creator and executive producer of A&E Network's long-running series "Intervention," the similarly styled "Breaking Point" features attorney and certified intervention professional Darren Kavinoky assisting families affected by a loved one's criminal behavior. Each episode documents the lives of real criminals to reveal the devastation their behavior has caused themselves, family members and friends.

As a Supervising Producer, Nicole is proud to work on the television show. It is a compelling series about street criminals and how their activities affect their families and friends. Not only does the show tell their stories, but the show also offers help to get the criminals off the streets!


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By: The Art Institutes

May 19, 2015