A big shout-out to StudyBreaks.com and Miguel Robles for reaching out to us to talk about our documentary and the opioid epidemic. Stay tuned for more updates on the documentary later this Summer. You can view the article here: https://studybreaks.com/2017/06/28/opioid/
Greg Potts is an undercover Federal Investigator who’s worked in the Narcotics Division since the late nineties. Since his time on the force, he’s witnessed the escalation of the opioid epidemic first-hand. We sat down with him as part of our documentary to talk about his experiences and provide community insight. Keith Schnabel: When did … Continue reading A Federal Investigator on the Opioid epidemic
Opiate overdose is the leading cause of accidental death. This is due in part to a medical system which hooks patients on opiates and then lets them slip through the cracks. Board Certified Pain Physician Dr. William Morrone and EMS Director Lee Howie open up about their experiences treating sufferers of addiction and the pain … Continue reading Watch: Medical Professionals Weigh In On Opioid Crisis
We spoke with Emily and her mother about their experiences of grappling with addiction. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Eb8qMYri9g This standalone story was made from portions of their interviews which we found enlightening but couldn't fit into our upcoming feature-length documentary on the opioid crisis. Their experiences are just two of the nearly twenty people we talked to in … Continue reading Watch: A Saginaw Family’s Struggle With Addiction
The lovely and talented student journalists of The Delta Collegiate, a newspaper run out of Delta College, invited us to come into the studio and talk about our documentary. http://deltacollegiate.altervista.org/delta-student-tackling-local-opiod-crisis-through-film/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo1d9Mq9_R4&ab_channel=DeltaCollegiate A big shout out to both Josie Norris and J. Maxim Schofield for speaking with us.