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DRUNK ON CINEMA: OCTOBER 20-26 THE 9TH ANNUAL REEL RECOVERY FILM FESTIVAL EXPLORES THE LANDSCAPE OF ADDICTION THROUGH FILM
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Date(s): 10/20/2017 to 10/26/2017
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Located in seven cities around the Unites States, The REEL Recovery Film Festival highlights the challenges faced by addictive behavior, especially relevant during today’s opiate crisis.This 9th Annual REEL Recovery Film Festival & Symposium, and seven-day event is a celebration of film, the arts and recovery. It showcases filmmakers who make honest films about addiction, alcoholism, behavioral disorders, treatment and sobriety. Opening night, Friday, October 20th will feature the LA premiere of the new Sublime documentary, The Long Way Back, which details how drug addiction ravaged the California ska-punk band after front man Bradley Nowell's 1996 death from a heroin overdose. Opening night will also include a pre-screening reception with food and drink, located at The Federal (across the street from the theater). Tickets for the reception and film are $25, screening only is $10.
Other films making their Los Angeles premieres include The Man Who Built Peace and Welcome to the Men’s Group, directed by Joseph Culp and starring Mackenzie Astin (“Scandal”, “The Magicians”), Timothy Bottoms (The Last Picture Show) and Stephen Tobolowsky (“The Goldbergs”). Welcome to the Men’s Group will also close the festival on October 26. Other films featured at the festival include: Dying in Vein, a deeply personal exploration of opiate and heroin addiction through a cinéma vérité style that drops you directly into the lives of an addiction and recovery and a lesbian couple trying to get clean. Bar Fights, a noir-inspired feature length film, from first time director Michael Nitkowski, from Atlantic City, New Jersey will be answering questions.
For more detailed information on the 9th Annual REEL Recovery Film Festival & Symposium schedule click here.
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