Fentanyl Factor

Fentanyl Factor

Complimentary screening of documentary Fentanyl Factor on Wed. May 4, 2022 at 6 pm, Navarro College in Corsicana, TX. Documentary: 18 min. Panel discussion 40 min. Click here to RSVP With appreciation to Starlite Recovery, Acadia Health, Navarro College and Drug Prevention Resources

Dead On Arrival

Dead on Arrival

Complimentary screening of documentary Dead on Arrival on Tues. Feb. 15, 2022 at 6:30 pm, Circle Cinema in Tulsa, OK. Documentary: 20 minutes Panel Discussion: 40 minutes Click here to RSVP With appreciation to Starlite Recovery, Stonegate Center, AMP Resources, Acadia Health, Country Road Recovery, Mindset Behavioral Health and Cedar Ridge Hospital

Fentanyl Factor

Fentanyl Factor

Complimentary screening of documentary Fentanyl Factor on Thurs. Jan. 27, 2022 at 7 pm Socially distant seating inside 300-seat Civic Auditorium inside Allen Public Library Documentary: 18 minutes Panel Discussion: 20 minutes Click here to RSVP Thanks to Recovery Resource Council, Starlite Recovery Center, Stonegate Center  & Allen Public Library

Crystal City

Crystal City

Two free screenings of documentary: Crystal City Oct. 6, 2021  Austin, 6 pm,  George Washington Carver Museum Oct. 13, 2021 Dallas, 6:30 pm, Studio Movie Grill – Spring Valley With appreciation to sponsors: Starlite Recovery, CHE , Ally Medical and Resource Center

almost-sunrise-2

Almost Sunrise

Sept. 11th & 12th, 2020 Virtual & Complimentary 2-day Film Screening:   (Return to this page for clickable link on Sept. 10th) This screening was made possible by:

Return to Mount Kennedy

Return to Mount Kennedy

In 1965 Jim Whittaker led Senator Robert Kennedy to the first ascent of a remote mountain in the Yukon named after the late president, JFK. Fifty years later, the sons of the original climbing team embark on an expedition to the mountain to celebrate the special bond that connects them all. Featuring music by Eddie Vedder…

sides-of-a-horn

Sides of a Horn

Did you know that in parts of Asia, people pay a higher price for a pound of rhino horn than they would pay for a pound of gold or cocaine? Their irrational demand for a substance no different from human fingernails is fueling an ideological battle on the ground in South Africa. Many South Africans…